(Jackson, 2013, paraphrased) the small bowel is the primary area of injury in celiac disease however, it is believed that a relationship exists between what occurs in the small bowel and the colon also known as the large bowel.
Large numbers of bacteria are present in the colon and the majority of these are beneficial bacteria.
A simple blood test can give the physician the first clue to this disease." For those who have celiac disease, gluten results in injuries to the lining of the small intestine.
The elimination of gluten from the individuals' diet gives the lining of the intestine an opportunity to heal.
Miscellaneous Ingredients on Food Labels Miscellaneous ingredients on food labels include such as the following: Wheat starch Seasonings Emulsifiers Stabilizers Starch Caramel coloring Natural and artificial flavorings Hydrolyzed vegetable protein (HVP) (Massachusetts General Hospital, 2013) IV.
Celiac Disease Celiac disease is a genetically determined disease.(Anderson and Roach, 2009) The following list is a partial list of gluten containing foods, which the individual with Celiac Disease should avoid.Figure 2 -- Gluten Containing Foods le Durum Lager Seitan Atta Einkorn Malt Semolina Autolyzed yeast Emmer Malt extract, malt syrup, malt flavoring, malt vinegar Soy sauce Barley (pearl, flakes, flour) Farina Malted milk Spelt Beer (gluten-free beer is available) Faro/Farro Matzoh Triticale Brewer's yeast Fu Modified food starch Wheat Bulgur Gluten, gluten flour Oats* Wheat bran Chapatti Graham flour Orzo Wheat flour Couscous Hydrolyzed vegetable/plant protein Rye Wheat germ Dinkel Kamut Seasoning Wheat starch *Those labeled gluten-free are fine.Label the jar that is gluten-free or buy squeeze bottles so that knives need not be used; (2) Purchase a separate toaster for gluten-free breads or alternatively place clean aluminum foil on the toaster rack when used for gluten-free products.(3) Purchase a separate colander or strainer for use with gluten-free past and color code with a permanent marker to keep utensils in the kitchen separate.Damaged villi make it nearly impossible for the body to absorb nutrients into the bloodstream, leading to malnourishment and a host of other problems including some cancers, thyroid disease, osteoporosis, infertility and the onset of other autoimmune diseases.Celiac disease is: ● A serious autoimmune disease ● Genetic ● Triggered by consuming a protein called gluten, which is found in wheat, barley and rye When people with celiac disease eat foods containing gluten, their immune system responds by damaging the finger-like villi of the small intestine.Research on Gluten A randomized, blinded trial conducted in Italy stated findings that 'one-third of patients with gluten intolerance clearly felt better with gluten-free diets." (Sanghavi, 2013) This is reported to confirm "a distinct clinical condition." (Sanghavi, 2013) However, another randomized trial reported an improvement in symptoms in some of the subjects that consumed a gluten-free diet and… Pages: 25 (7524 words) | Type: Research Proposal | Bibliography Sources: 20 ¶ …student with a gluten allergy comes to the study abroad office looking for suggestions on which programs would be best for her given her dietary restrictions. Pages: 2 (988 words) | Type: Questionnaire | Bibliography Sources: 0 ¶ …Microbiota Can Alter Immune Disease of Diabetes Type I If the microbiota in one's gastrointestinal system can be altered, then autoimmune diabetes type 1 can be prevented and…Pages: 13 (3482 words) | Type: Research Paper | Style: APA | Bibliography Sources: 15 Nutrition Celiac Disease What can you find out about the digestive system and nutrition?