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  1. Efter förra veckans bombardemang mot de som anser sig må bättre utan gluten i kosten trots att de inte bevisats ha celiaki eller allergi, var det lite roligt att idag hitta en länk till en forskningsrapport (av hög kvalitet) som kom den 19 februari i år och som visar att det bevisligen finns en sådan glutenkänslighet. Förvisso en liten studie men ändå. Den här rapporten ger bl.a. de forskare som säger att det är fodmaps problem och inget annat om man känner problem med gluten utan allergi eller celiaki, en knäpp på nosen.http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25701700 Citat: There is debate over the existence of nonceliac gluten sensitivity (NCGS) -intestinal and extra-intestinal symptoms in response to ingestion of gluten-containing foods by people without celiac disease or wheat allergy. We performed a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, cross-over trial to determine the effects of administration of low doses of gluten to subjects with suspected NCGS. According to the per-protocol analysis of data from the 59 patients who completed the trial, intake of gluten significantly increased overall symptoms compared with placebo (P=.034). Abdominal bloating (P=.040) and pain (P=.047), among the intestinal symptoms, and foggy mind (P=.019), depression (P=.020), and aphthous stomatitis (P=.025), among the extra-intestinal symptoms, were significantly more severe when subjects received gluten than placebo. In a cross-over trial of subjects with suspected NCGS, the severity of overall symptoms increased significantly during 1 week of intake of small amounts of gluten, compared with placebo. Clinical trial no: ISRCTN72857280.
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