What's really behind 'gluten sensitivity'? Story in Science about our research
The patients weren't crazy—Knut Lundin was sure of that. But their ailment was a mystery. They were convinced gluten was making them sick. Yet they didn't have celiac disease, an autoimmune reaction to that often-villainized tangle of proteins in wheat, barley, and rye. And they tested negative for a wheat allergy. They occupied a medical no man's land. (Servick, Science News, 2018)
The story originated from the back-to-back talks by Knut Lundin and Armin Alaedini in a session on wheat sensitivity at a celiac disease symposium held at Columbia in March. Read the interesting story about the competing theories on 'gluten sensitivity' in Science.