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Is a Gluten-Free Diet More Aspirational Than Achievable?

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Todays’ topic is about the recent “Doggie Bag” study published in the journal Gastroenterology, that suggests that a truly “gluten-free diet may be more aspirational than achievable.” We talk a lot about strict gluten-free diets on the podcast, but this study points out that even at our strictest, we may still be exposed to gluten.  

To help us better understand why this is and what it means for the future of patients with celiac disease, we have Dr. Jocelyn Silvester from Boston Children’s Hospital in the studio. Dr. Silvester is the lead researcher on the study and one of our favorite podcast guests!

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