Celiac Disease 5 Times Higher Than 50 Years Ago – Mayo Clinic Video

-

Dr. Joseph Murray of the Mayo Clinic explains his landmark study that tested blood samples from 50 years ago and compared them to people of the same ages today. The results: 1. Celiac disease is 5 times more prevalent than it was 50 years ago, 2. People with untreated celiac disease are 4 times more likely to die prematurely than the general population. This breaking information shows us that the rate of celiac disease is rising and people must be identified and diagnosed to insure good health. – John Libonati, Editor. Glutenfreeworks.com


About John Libonati

John Libonati

One comment

  1. I believe out bodies are starting to reject gluten. Accordin to the Paleo Diet (which makes very good arguments to that diet, but I which I do not personally practice), we were not meant to digest things like wheat and certain grains. I mean, think about it, we have to process the crap out of the original grain, to make it digestible.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

2 + nine =

x

Check Also

298549_InnovateBiopharmalogo_300x87[1]

Innovate Biopharmaceuticals Completes License For Late-Stage Celiac Disease Asset From Alba Therapeutics

Alba Therapeutics has been working on a therapy for celiac disease the past 8 years. ...

Where to Find the Scientific Proof That Gluten Makes People Sick

Gluten makes people sick, through celiac disease, gluten sensitivity or allergy. But, where do you ...

Dr. Oz and the Real Scam – Doctors Don’t Know Everything

The Gluten Dude posted this video of Dr. Oz commenting that gluten free is a ...

Stanford University Seeks Celiac Disease Study Participants

  Jennifer Iscol, of the Celiac Community Foundation of Northern California, just distributed this message regarding a ...

BioLineRX’s BL-7010 Treatment of Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity Presented

BioLineRx Ltd, a biopharmaceutical development company, was invited to deliver an oral presentation at the ...