Celiac Disease and Gluten: Facts, Fiction & Controversies - UCSD-TV - University of California Television
Celiac Disease and Gluten: Facts, Fiction & Controversies
Premiere Date: 1/6/2011; 76 minutes


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Celiac disease is an inflammatory autoimmune disorder of the small intestine triggered by gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye and barley. With symptoms that vary from person to person, it's a disease that often remains undiagnosed. Join Martin Kagnoff, one of the country's leading authorities in Celiac disease research, Kimberly Newton, a pediatric gastroenterologist, and dietitian Shawna McNally for a detailed discussion about the disease and its many misconceptions. (#19658)

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