Non-Celiac Gluten Sensibility (NCGS): Nutritional management | 75971


Non-Celiac Gluten Sensibility (NCGS): Nutritional management of the disease

Author(s): Reig-Otero, Yolanda; Mañes, Jordi; Manyes i Font, Lara

The Non-Celiac Gluten Sensibility is a relevant disorder that there are not enough scientific studies and specific biomarkers to identify strictly this pathology separately from others gastrointestinal disorders. The later diagnosis could lead to a number of pathologies, not necessarily in the intestinal area, which can lead to a chronic, autoimmune, inflammatory or neoplastic disease. The symptoms are not usually reported immediately to healthcare professionals, given that many of the affected patients do not consider relevant in its base pathology, likewise not relate to a possible sensitivity to gluten, or they believe that these problems are derived from age or other situations (indigestion, heavy meals, medication side effects). Furthermore, tests performed to patients with these symptoms to rule out celiac disease or food intolerance, often are negative discarding that gluten is involved in these disorders. This makes it a disease that is affecting slowly patient’s health that could lead to more serious complications.

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  • Dietary Supplements
  • Cholesterol, Dehydration
  • Digestion
  • Electrolytes
  • Clinical Nutrition Studies
  • energy balance
  • Diet quality
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