Celiac Disease (CD) Systematic Review (2019-21)
Welcome to the Celiac Disease Systematic Review
Celiac disease is a genetically-based autoimmune disease characterized by chronic inflammation of the small intestinal mucosa. Individuals with celiac disease have an immunologic reaction to specific sequences of amino acids found in the grains wheat, rye, and barley.
The primary objective of the Celiac Disease systematic review was to identify, characterize and analyze studies examining the effects of different nutrition interventions. The following sub-topic areas were identified:
- FODMAP Diet
- Gluten-free Diet
- Prebiotics and Probiotics
- Medical Nutrition Therapy
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