Pureed peanuts advised for infants to stave off allergy
Write this article about how pureed peanuts fed to babies may stop the allergy from manifesting. Read more
Celiac disease researchers examine the content of patients’ doggie bags | BeyondCeliac.org
Celiac disease researchers examine the content of patients’ doggie bags x Celiac disease research needs you! Opt-in to stay up-to-date on the latest news. Yes, I want to advance research Read more
Diet Disappointments in IBD/IBS
Restricting meat doesn’t ease Crohn’s flares; restricting FODMAPs doesn’t preclude adequate micro-nutrition From: Medpagetoday.com ,  Diet Disappointments in Read more
Meta-Analysis Suggests Top Constipation Treatments
But commentator says true head-to-head trials may be more instructive Article from : medpagetoday.com Meta-Analysis Suggests Top Constipation Read more
Can Food Combining Put an End to Your Digestive Woes? | Livestrong.com
Food combining, an Ayurvedic diet, claims to rid the body of toxins and help digestion. But there’s no scientific evidence to support these purported benefits. Article From Read more
Nutritional deficiencies common before and after bariatric surgery
For adults undergoing bariatric surgery, lifelong nutritional support is a key factor in successful outcomes. After surgery, patients are at increased risk for micronutrient deficiencies, Read more
Obesity linked with chronic diarrhea
Patients with obesity are at greater risk for chronic diarrhea, and the association grew stronger as BMI increased, according to the results of a nationally representative survey. Sarah Read more
Teabags Can Release Billions of Microplastics into Your Drink, Study Finds
September 25, 2019 Just one plastic teabag can release billions of tiny plastic particles into tea, scientists have discovered. The research, which “shocked” the team, suggests Read more
3 Ways Your Weight and Your Poop Are Connected | Livestrong.com
Your poop can tell you a lot about what’s going on in your body, and it may even be a window into your weight. Here are three ways research has linked the two. From LiveStrong.com Read more
The Patented Mediator Release Test (MRT®) – Oxford Biomedical Technologies, Inc.
  Despite all of the clinical and immunologic complexities associated with food sensitivities, the single common component of all diet-induced inflammatory reactions is proinflammatory Read more
High-salt diet may kill off ‘good’ gut bacteria
Eating too much salt is known to increase blood pressure. Researchers recently discovered that this might be due to salt’s impact on gut bacteria.” Original Article: High-salt diet Read more
Science behind these food sensitivity tests has been debunked — but they’re still widely offered
Two of Canada’s biggest labs promote and offer something known as IgG food tests at their labs, marketed as a way to test for food sensitivities. But medical experts call these blood Read more
Type 2 diabetes: Gut bacteria may influence drug effectiveness
A new review of existing research examines the effect of the gut bacteria composition on the effectiveness of type 2 diabetes medications.” Original Article: Type 2 diabetes: Gut Read more
Simple Sugars Wipe Out Beneficial Gut Bugs
Fructose and sucrose can make it all the way to the colon, where they spell a sugary death sentence for beneficial bacteria. Karen Hopkin reports.” Original Article: Simple Sugars Read more
Impact of Edible Cricket Consumption on Gut Microbiota in Healthy Adults
Original Article: Impact of Edible Cricket Consumption on Gut Microbiota in Healthy Adults, a Double-blind, Randomized Crossover Read more
IBS Benefit with Hypnotherapy Extends to Non-Refractory Patients
Group hypno-sessions as effective as individual treatment and educational/supportive therapy in primary and secondary care settings” Original Article: IBS Benefit with Read more
Fructans, not gluten, might cause wheat sensitivity. Here’s what you need to know.
 We know that many people who follow a gluten-free diet don’t need to for medical reasons, such as having celiac disease. Yet some insist they aren’t going gluten-free because Read more
The 8 Worst Foods for Digestion – Cooking Light
If your stomach has been giving you trouble, one of these foods may be to blame.” Original Article: The 8 Worst Foods for Digestion – Cooking Read more
Capsule more accurately measures stomach gases and sends readings to your smartphone
​​Bit by bit, scientists are shining the light on the relationship between gut bacteria overall health. A new pill could prove a useful tool in learning more about the mechanics at Read more
Diet Hit A Snag? Your Gut Bacteria May Be Partly To Blame
Scientists are learning more about how our gut microbes may influence dieting. A small new study finds successful dieters have a different mix of bacteria than less-successful Read more
There’s really not much proof probiotics work: Study
Probiotics are intended to mimic, strengthen the effects of “good” bacteria. Source: There’s really not much proof probiotics work: Read more
Unmasking the Origins of IBD
Call for studies on biological and environmental factors driving differences between ethnicities and between immigrants versus non-immigrants Source: Unmasking the Origins of Read more
1.2 Million Children and Teens Have Peanut Allergies
Two studies estimate current PA prevalence to be 2.2% Source: 1.2 Million Children and Teens Have Peanut Read more
IgG food intolerance tests continue to mislead consumers into unnecessary dietary restrictions
IgG food intolerance testing is ineffective, yet it continues to be promoted to consumers. CBC Marketplace recently investigated two Canadian companies that sell these tests. Source: IgG Read more
Newly Diagnosed With Celiac Disease 
Are you newly diagnosed with celiac disease? Our resources will help you learn about living with celiac disease and how to start the gluten-free diet. Source: Beyond Read more
A new study looks at how much gluten is in celiac disease patients gluten-free diet by testing food, stool and urine samples. Source: Beyond Read more
Vasculitis: A Link with IBD?
High rates of Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis seen in patients with giant cell arteritis Source: Vasculitis: A Link with Read more
I’m a Foodie With Celiac Disease. Here’s Why I Love Traveling to Sweden
From meatballs to crispbread to random snacks, my Swedish gluten-free travels were delicious. Source: I’m a Foodie With Celiac Disease. Here’s Why I Love Traveling to Read more