Mayo Clinic Tells About a Pill That Could Help Celiacs Consume Gluten


If you have celiac disease, you know that there is no magic pill you can take that will allow you to eat gluten without damaging your intestines. At least, not yet

Here is a video that just came out from the Mayo Clinic (a little slow and dry…but considering the source that makes sense) about a recent study on Larazotide Acetate – a pill that could help people with celiac disease consume gluten.

What do you think? Would you eat gluten again if there was a pill that came available? Or, would you stay gluten free?

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Filed under Changes, Medical Tests, Nutrition, What is Celiac Disease?

2 responses to “Mayo Clinic Tells About a Pill That Could Help Celiacs Consume Gluten

  1. I love the gluten free life and most “magic pills” turn out to have side effects. So no, I wouldn’t — I’m quite happy with my life the way it is..

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