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04

Antigliadin antibodies in Huntington’s disease – (01-21-04)

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Antigliadin antibodies in Huntington’s disease

Gluten insensitivity, Celiac disease–whatever you call it, the impacts on those with the sensitivity is great. A recent review in the Updates showed that those with celiac disease had an overall greater mortality rate. With the advent of commercially grown grains, the gluten content has increased in an attempt for the plant to store the excess nitrogen. This, coupled with the ubiquitous presence in processed foods, are probably the main contributors to the common nature of this condition.

Neurology — Abstracts: Bushara et al. 62 (1): 132 -

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