Coeliac disease

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  • Coeliac Disease Research Paper

    Coeliac Disease And its effect on The Digestive System Introduction This report will examine the digestive system, its function in a healthy body and how it is affected in a patient who suffers from coeliac disease. The Digestive System “The system by which ingested food is acted upon by physical and chemical means to provide the body with absorbable nutrients and to excrete waste products; in mammals, the system includes the alimentary canal extending from the mouth to the anus, and…

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  • Celiac Disease Case Study

    Digesting Celiac Disease: Examining Biological Components and Sex-Based Considerations Celiac disease (CD), an autoimmune condition involving the body’s averse response to gluten proteins in wheat, barley, and rye, was once primarily prevalent in Europe and Australasia and was rarely studied or diagnosed in the United States (Kang, Kang, Green, Gwee, & Ho, 2013). However, prevalence and incidence rates of CD, especially in the United States, have increased over the past several decades (Catassi…

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  • Family Diet Analysis

    health because there is a difference between nutrition and calories. The diet that I had planned for my family consists of a variety of different foods, though in general, a typical meal would be comprised of a serving of wheat in some shape or form, meat, and occasionally vegetables. However, potatoes were extremely beneficial, for they exhibit a unique sense versatility. One can sauté, steam, mash, bake, fry, boil, roast, and grill a potato, each of them being vastly different from one…

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  • The Importance Of Being Gluten Free Diet

    Gluten is a product found in wheat, rye and many grains. It is what helps bread have the chewy texture and the strength to stay in one piece. Gluten is very common in many foods, but for some people eating gluten can cause a sensitive stomach, making it hard for these nutrients to be absorbed the right way. A gluten free diet is for the people who do not have celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder that can occur when the ingestion of gluten leads to damage in the small intestine, but want to…

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  • Wheat Disease Research Paper

    The History of Wheat and Celiac Disease Wheat of the centuries has been a source of food and nutrition all over the world for many different cultures. Originating in southwest Asia, the crop was bought and sold by traders from Europe and Africa and eventually making it over to the Americas by the early 1600s. The first archeological findings of wheat being made into bread can be found in ancient Egypt along the Nile River sometime around 5,000 B.C. as well as India, China, and even stretching…

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  • Gluten Research Paper

    eliminate gluten from their diets. Not only can gluten affect adults, but it can also have just as much of an effect on children as well. Celiac disease is defined as a disease in which the small intestine is hypersensitive to gluten, leading to difficulty in digesting food. This condition is genetically based, so it is more frequent in those with a family history of gluten sensitivity. This means that if a first or second- degree relative has celiac disease, you are at an…

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  • Causes Of Celiac Disease

    Historically, oats were not allowed to be consuming while on a gluten free diet for a patient with celiac disease. Still, to this day the question on whether or not they are truly gluten free is still floating around. This has been a debate for those who have celiac disease because a person with this disease may not consume gluten. Celiac Disease is an inflammatory disease that destroys the lining of the small intestines and prevents the absorption of nutrients and vitamins into the system. The…

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  • Celiac Disease: A Case Study

    Introduction Celiac disease is not considered a food allergy1 but rather considered an autoimmune disorder that will affect the villi which can cause malabsorption in the gastrointestinal tract.2 In general, the villi will help absorb the nutrients from the food. When eating gluten, the villi in the small intestine will become inflamed. When the villi are not working properly nutrient deficiencies will be a result which is also malabsorption.1 Gluten is in a lot of foods that athletes eat when…

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  • Gluten Free Research Paper

    Imagine having a disease with no cure. For a person with Celiac Disease, living gluten-free is not a cure, but only a treatment to an improved health and well-being. Not eating gluten does not cure the disease, it just stops the symptoms. A cure would let people with Celiac eat gluten again without getting symptoms. However, Celiac Disease is a lifelong autoimmune disorder in which the small intestine is hypersensitive to gluten, leading to difficulty in digesting food. Even though the labeling…

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  • Gluten Essay

    They think it makes you gain weight, and causes skin issues. This is false and people need to know that a gluten free diet is a big fad, and the food industry is making a lot of money off of people wanting to eat gluten free. It is best to eat healthy, and continue eating wheat. To conclude, the gluten fad diet needs to end. Gluten is good for you, only a very small percent of people have a gluten allergy, and it changes your everyday life. The 1% of people who have celiac disease or a wheat…

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