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newgersy/Do not avoid gluten unless you have celiac disease, researchers say

newgersy/ Do not avoid gluten unless you have celiac disease, researchers say


























Gluten is a protein commonly found in grains such as rye, barley, and wheat. For patients with celiac disease, avoiding gluten is a good idea because the protein causes them to experience intestinal problems. However, should the rest of us do the same? A new study investigates the impact of gluten consumption in people
without celiac disease(CD) celiac disease is autoimmune disorder that effect more than 3 million people in united stste as protein tt triggers intestinal inflammation.

However people don't have CD and avoid gluten all the same for these individuals gluten can still cause intestinal symptoms.
The biological basis for this non-celiac gluten sensitivity not yet been identified but an increasing number of medical professional and laypersons conccered that gluten have negative health effects .from increasing the risk of obesity to developing heart disease.
An explain given that celiac disease also been linked with higher risk coronary heart disease(CHD) arisk seems to be lowered by adopting agluten free diet
this is just an investigate study. CHD is a condition in which plaque build up inside hearts arteries increasing apersons heart attack

Gluten-free diet may deprive consumers of heart-healthy whole grains

Researchers adjusted for various risk factors and found no significant association between long-term gluten consumption and an increased risk of CHD. In fact, after adjusting for refined grains and considering gluten as correlated with whole grain intake, the researchers found that an increased intake of gluten was associated with a reduced risk of CHD.

Because whole grains are thought to reduce cardiovascular risk, adhering to a gluten-free diet is not recommended for people who do not have celiac disease, the authors write.

as conclusion"Long-term dietary intake of gluten was not associated with risk of coronary heart disease. However, the avoidance of gluten may result in reduced consumption of beneficial whole grains, which may affect cardiovascular risk. The promotion of gluten-free diets among people without celiac disease should not be encouraged."




































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