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Gluten-Free Diet is Not Enough – Ongoing Intestinal Damage in Most Diagnosed Patients

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Many people with celiac disease have significant disease-associated symptoms and intestinal damage despite trying to adhere to a strict gluten-free diet.

While the gluten-free diet is currently the only way to manage celiac disease, recent research data from Digestive Disease Week 2014 shows that even those who strictly maintain their diet continue to have ongoing intestinal damage even when follow-up blood tests are negative for celiac disease antibodies.

Beyond Celiac strongly encourages you to download a poster featuring preliminary research findings that explain why people with celiac disease need more than just the gluten-free diet.

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