FeaturesDec/Jan 2011 Issue

A Celiac Pill

A Celiac Pill

Treatment for celiac disease is the gluten-free diet. There may be another way.

A university dietitian helped arrange for a selection of gluten-free cereals, yogurt, plain chicken and veggies for Simon in the main cafeteria but she still felt she was missing out. Her options were bland and limited. She knew college presented a special set of challenges—but she suspected the diet would always be socially inconvenient. Would there ever be another way to treat celiac disease?

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