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Gluten Consumption in Non-Celiac Adults and Risk of CHD Gluten Consumption in Non-Celiac Adults and Risk of CHD

This study looked at the possible risks and benefits of a gluten-free diet as it relates to coronary heart disease.The BMJ (formerly known as the British Medical Journal)
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Conclusion We found no clear evidence for an association of tTGA or EMA seropositivity with incident CHD outcomes, suggesting that tTG autoimmunity is unlikely to be the biological link between coeliac disease and CHD.
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Conclusion This study has found that while overall gluten consumption in people without coeliac disease may not be related to heart disease risk, avoiding whole grains (wheat, barley and rye) in order to avoid gluten may be associated with increased heart disease risk. This study has several strengths, including its large size, the fact that data was collected prospectively and diet assessed at several time-points, the long period of follow up, and that it took into account a wide range of potential confounders. As with all studies of this type, it is possible that other factors may affect the results. However, the researc...
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A new study looks at the link between long-term gluten consumption and coronary heart disease among people who do not have celiac disease.
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Conclusion This review looked into food groups often linked to cardiovascular risk, some of which may be overstated or based on poor evidence. Overall, the researchers reported there being evidence solid fats are harmful. Examples include coconut and palm oil, eggs, fruit and veg juicing with pulp removal, and "[US] Southern diets" that include added fats, fried and processed foods and sugar-sweetened drinks. There's also evidence extra virgin olive oil, blueberries and strawberries, leafy green vegetables and controlled portions of nuts are beneficial for cardiovascular health. Investigating wh...
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A University of Toronto physician speaks out about the Fifth Estate production that purports to have debunked the Wheat Belly arguments: To the producers of the above named show. I did not find that you presented the issue fairly to the public. The show was basically about which guru people should follow—Dr. Davis and a host of glamorous hucksters or the skeptical debunkers. A debunking of a popular movement always feeds into people’s cynical nature and makes good, entertaining TV and a smug audience. Unfortunately, the truth took a big hit. So did an opportunity to educate Canadians to some important issues Dr...
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