The McDougall Newsletter - September 2005
  September 2005   Vol. 4 Issue 09

Could It Be Celiac Disease?

Intestinal problems that linger despite adherence to the McDougall Diet may be the result of celiac disease (CD). As many as one in every hundred people—1% of the population—is affected by CD, a condition caused by gluten—protein molecules most commonly found in wheat, barley, and rye.1 Celiac disease prevents the small intestine from effectively absorbing necessary nutrients.

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