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Gluten contamination in food services and industry: A systematic review.

Gluten-related disorders (GRD) affects approximately 10% of the general population. The only treatment for GRD is still so far is the lifelong complete exclusion of gluten from the daily diet. The correct information about the presence/absence of gluten in food is very important to this group. The present study aimed to evaluate the prevalence of gluten contamination in gluten-free industrial and non-industrial products. In this systematic review, 24 cross-sectional studies were analyzed. The authors develo...

Too picky for my taste? The effect of the gluten-free dietary restriction on impressions of romantic partners.

Millions of individuals world-wide adhere to a gluten-free diet and this dietary trend is on the rise. The present research identified a consumption stereotype of those following a gluten-free diet and tested whether this stereotype influenced impressions and interest in a potential romantic partner. We also assessed whether being gluten-free differentially impacted impressions of males compared to females. In Study 1, participants (N = 161) responded to a survey containing both qualitative and quantita...

Gluten-Free Products for Celiac Susceptible People.

The gluten protein of wheat triggers an immunological reaction in some gluten-sensitive people with HLA-DQ2/8 genotypes, which leads to Celiac disease (CD) with symptomatic damage in the small intestinal villi. Glutenin and gliadin are two major components of gluten that are essentially required for developing a strong protein network for providing desired viscoelasticity of dough. Many non-gluten cereals and starches (rice, corn, sorghum, millets, and potato/pea starch) and various gluten replacers (xantha...

Gluten and Neuroimmunology. Rare association with Myasthenia Gravis and Literature Review.

As the celiac disease (CD), the non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS) has also been associated with several autoimmune manifestations. It is rarely associated with myasthenia gravis (MG). This paper shall introduce the case of a young female patient, initially presenting a peripheral neuropathy framework. During clinical and neurological follow-up, she began to present symptoms of various immune-mediated morbidities. Diseases related to gluten represent a clinical spectrum of manifestations with a trigger in...

Metabolic Alterations in Celiac Disease Occurring after Following a Gluten-Free Diet.

Many investigations have demonstrated that changes in body weight are frequent in patients with coeliac disease (CD) after a gluten-free diet (GFD); conversely data on the metabolic syndrome (MS) and hepatic steatosis (HS) are still rare. The aim is to evaluate the prevalence of MS and HS in patients with CD, before and after a GFD.

Prevalence of Chronic Liver Disease Among the Patients of Celiac Disease and Effect of Gluten-Free Diet on Outcome of Liver Disease: A Prospective Study.

Descriptive reports of liver involvement in celiac disease (CD) are sparse, and the effect of a strict gluten-free diet (GFD) on the course of liver injury is also poorly understood. We conducted a study on 94 adult patients with CD and found that 39 of them were having chronic liver disease as well. We further followed patients of 'CD with CLD' with strict Gluten-free diet (GFD) for six months.

Compliance with gluten-free diet in a selected group of celiac children in the Slovak Republic.

Celiac disease (CD) is a chronic long-term disease with autoimmune disorder connected to an allergic reaction to the molecule of gluten. CD is manifested in persons who are genetically predisposed. The only therapy for CD is a strong gluten-free (GF) diet. The aim of our study was to follow the adherence to the gluten-free diet in the selected group of parents and caregivers of children with CD, and to compare factors influencing the adherence to GF diet and therefore influencing also clinical symptoms of C...

Cross-Contamination with Gluten by Using Kitchen Utensils: Fact or Fiction?

A risk of cross-contamination exists when preparing a gluten-free (GF) meal in kitchen facilities that usually handle gluten-containing (GC) foods. Cross-contamination with gluten may occur during the preparation or cooking process; however, published data are lacking on gluten cross-contamination from kitchenware. This study was conducted to determine whether cross-contamination occurs through shared domestic kitchenware and, if so, which cleaning method is most reliable for avoiding this cross-contaminati...

In situ Gluten-Chitosan Interlocked Self-Assembled Supramolecular Architecture Reduces T-Cell-Mediated Immune Response to Gluten in Celiac Disease.

The prevalence of celiac disease has increased since the last half of the 20th century and is now about 1% in most western populations. At present, people who suffer from celiac disease have to follow a gluten-exclusion diet throughout their lives. Compliance to this restrictive diet is demanding and the development of alternative strategies has become urgent.

Gluten-free and low-FODMAP sourdoughs for patients with coeliac disease and irritable bowel syndrome: A clinical perspective.

Wheat- and gluten-containing products are often blamed for triggering a wide range of gastrointestinal symptoms, and this has fueled demand for gluten-free products worldwide. The best studied 'gluten intolerance' is coeliac disease, an auto-immune disease that affects the small intestine. Coeliac disease occurs in 1% of the population and requires strict, life-long avoidance of gluten-containing foods as the only medical treatment. There is a larger group of individuals (around 10-15% of the population) wh...

Type 1 diabetes and hyperthyroidism in a family with celiac disease after exposure to gluten: a rare case report.

Celiac disease (CD) is an autoimmune disorder related to the gluten and can be also associated with some other endocrine disorders such as type 1 diabetes and thyroid disease. Gluten exposure in CD may have especial role in developing other auto immune disorder.

Rapid and selective luminescent sensing of allergenic gluten by highly phosphorescent switch-on probe.

First time the luminescent switch-on probe using novel water-soluble cyclometallated iridium complex (Ir-dc) has been developed for sensitive and selective detection of gluten in the presence of several interfering elements. Linear concentration range of gluten is obtained from 5 to 200 µg/mL with a limit of detection 2.6 µg/mL. The Ir-dc complex responded to the broad pH range which is advantageous for the detection of gluten in various food samples. Additionally, It has been successfully employed fo...

Neuropathic pain in HIV patients receiving ART without stavudine in an Indonesia Referral Hospital.

Lower limb neuropathic pain in HIV patients is a common manifestation of sensory neuropathy (HIV-SN), but can be seen in patients who do not meet standard definitions of HIV-SN. The drug stavudine is a risk factor for HIV-SN, but some patients treated without stavudine experience HIV-SN, and the prevalence and risk factors influencing neuropathic pain in this setting are unknown. A cross sectional study at Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital Jakarta tested 197 HIV patients treated for >12 months without stavudine...

Improving gluten free diet adherence by youth with celiac disease.

Introduction Celiac disease (CD) is a gluten-triggered autoimmune disorder of the small intestine, which can occur in genetically susceptible individuals at any age. A strict life-long gluten free diet (GFD) is the only medically approved treatment, and non-adherence is associated with significant morbidity. However, gluten use is widespread, complicating efforts to follow the diet. Youth with CD are especially challenged with dietary adherence, as they strive for peer acceptance and personal autonomy in th...

The role of gluten in multiple sclerosis: A systematic review.

There is an increasing interest in diet as a modifying factor in multiple sclerosis (MS), and gluten has been suggested to affect MS.

Recasting the Tissue-Resident Lymphocyte in Celiac Disease.

In a recent issue of Cell, Mayassi et al. (2019) show that chronic inflammation in celiac disease (CeD) patients changes the repertoire and functional phenotype of intestinal TCR γδ intraepithelial lymphocytes. These changes are not reversed by gluten-free dietary regimens, suggesting that they might underlie the long-term sensitivity of CeD patients to gluten.

Effects of tea polyphenols and gluten addition on in vitro wheat starch digestion properties.

Starch-containing food normally has complex components and structure, which control its digestion kinetic properties and nutritional value. However, interactions among multiple food components and their effects on starch digestion kinetics are rarely reported. Here, we evaluated the influence of tea polyphenols [i.e., (-)-epigallocatechin (EGC) and (-)‑epigallocatechin‑3‑gallate (EGCG)] on the in vitro digestion rate and extent of wheat starch in the presence of gluten under uncooked and cooked condit...

Involvement of gliadin, a component of wheat gluten, in increased intestinal permeability leading to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug-induced small-intestinal damage.

Gliadin, a component of wheat gluten known to be an important factor in the etiology of celiac disease, is related to several other diseases through its enhancing effect on intestinal paracellular permeability. We investigated the significance of gliadin in non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID)-induced small-intestinal damage in mice. 7-week-old C57BL/6 male mice were divided into the following groups: standard diet group, in which mice were fed with wheat-containing standard rodent diet (CE-2); glut...

Prevalence of gluten-related disorders in Asia-Pacific region: a systematic review.

The epidemiology of gluten-related disorders (GRDs) is still an open field to be explored. We conducted this systematic review based on the current epidemiology knowledge of GRDs, focusing on the changing prevalence of GRDs reported in the Asia-Pacific region.

Role of the P2X4 receptor in neuropathic pain.

Neuropathic pain is the most important type of chronic pain because it is refractory to available medications. Neuropathic pain occurs after peripheral nerve injury (PNI) or nerve damage by various reasons. In recent decades, a growing body of evidence shows that spinal microglia and P2X4 receptor (P2X4R), a subtype of ionotropic ATP receptors, play a principal role in evoking this pain. Understanding the functions of microglial P2X4R in evoking this pain provides potential strategies for developing new tre...

The NOD2 signaling in peripheral macrophages contributes to neuropathic pain development.

Neuropathic pain is one of the most important types of chronic pain. It is caused by neuronal damage. Clinical and experimental studies suggest a critical role for neuro-immune interactions in the development of neuropathic pain. Herein, we have shown that the cytoplasmic receptor Nod-like receptor-2, NOD2, and its adaptor-signaling molecule RIPK2, participate in the development of neuropathic pain after peripheral nerve injury (Spared nerve injury model). The activation of NOD2 signaling in peripheral macr...

Characterization of Neuropathic Pain in Primary Sjögren's Syndrome with Respect to Neurophysiological Evidence of Small-Fiber Neuropathy.

To determine whether clinical features of neuropathic pain differ with respect to the presence of small-fiber neuropathy (SFN) in patients with primary Sjögren's syndrome (pSS).

Anti-transglutaminase antibody in adults with celiac disease and their relation to the presence and duration of gluten-free diet.

IgA anti-transglutaminase 2 (tTG2) antibody is a relevant marker in celiac disease. The utility of IgA anti-tTG2 determination is well established for the diagnosis, however their use in the follow-up of patients with gluten free diet (GFD) it is not fully established.

Development and evaluation of efficiency of inclusion of specialized meat semi-finished products in the diet of children and teenager with celiac disease.

The purpose of the study is to evaluate the possibility and effectiveness of inclusion of specialized semi-finished meat products in the gluten-free diet of children and adolescents with celiac disease. In the article the authors present the recipe for a new type of specialized meat semi-finished products - gluten-free dumplings. As ingredients of semi-finished products rice flour, amaranth flour, flax flour, chickpea flour, corn starch, curd whey, beef, poultry, goose fat and other auxiliary ingredients we...

Fibromyalgia: is it a neuropathic pain?

Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain syndrome of unclear pathophysiology. It is believed to be a dysfunction of the CNS, but no definite structural lesion has been identified so far. Despite a number of changes in the diagnostic criteria, diagnosis remains a clinical one. Since the 2011 revision of the IASP definition of neuropathic pain, fibromyalgia has been excluded from the diagnosis of neuropathic pain. More recent studies however found newer evidences of pathophysiology including small fiber neuropathy in p...

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