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    Default New Clue In Celiac Disease Puzzle: Cause Of Oat Toxicity Explained

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    Melbourne researchers have identified why some people with coeliac disease show an immune response after eating oats.

    The researchers have identified the key components in oats that trigger an immune response in some people with coeliac disease. The findings may lead to better tests for oat toxicity, and have implications for new treatments being developed for coeliac disease.

    As many as one in 60 women and one in 80 men in Australia have coeliac disease, an autoimmune condition caused by consuming gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye and barley.

    Read more here: http://medicalxpress.com/news/2014-1...uzzle-oat.html
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    Default Re: New clue in celiac disease puzzle: Cause of oat toxicity explained

    I recently heard a podcast with Dr. Tom O'Brian who researches gluten/celiac disease and he said also part of the problem is even with gluten free oats they are finding them contaminated with wheat due to transport, processing, etc.

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    Default Re: New clue in celiac disease puzzle: Cause of oat toxicity explained

    Reesacat, I just realized that I posted this in "Getting Started!" It's been such a long time since I've begun a new thread that I've forgotten how, and I couldn't find the information. I also don't remember the max number of words, though I think it's 100. Is that right? Is there a way you can put this in the appropriate forum? So sorry!

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    Default Re: New clue in celiac disease puzzle: Cause of oat toxicity explained

    LOL! Pattypans I didn't even notice — thank you and will move it promptly!

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    Default Re: New Clue In Celiac Disease Puzzle: Cause Of Oat Toxicity Explained

    Yes it is 100 words or so. The Guidelines are in Getting Started Forum under Rules of the Road.
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    Default Re: New Clue In Celiac Disease Puzzle: Cause Of Oat Toxicity Explained

    Thank you! I looked exactly there! How on earth did I miss it?!?

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