Cognitive impairment in coeliac disease improves on a gluten-free diet and correlates with histological and serological indices of disease severity

Highlights: Eleven adult patients that recently started a gluten-free diet after celiac disease diagnosis were followed over one year – including histology (upper GI biopsy results), serology (blood tTG antibody), serum micronutrients and cognitive function measurements. Cognitive function was impaired

Randomized clinical trial: gluten may cause depression in subjects with non-celiac gluten sensitivity – an exploratory study

Highlights: Twenty-two adult subjects with irritable bowel syndrome, but not celiac disease, that self-reported feeling better on a gluten-free diet randomly received snacks containing gluten, whey protein (one of type of milk protein) or placebo. Significantly higher levels of depression

Managing food allergies in schools

Highlights: When food allergic children attend school, the school staff and parents must work together to determine measures to keep the child safe. This article reviews the common, controversial issues that arise, such as the need for separate tables and

Consensus communication on early peanut introduction and the prevention of peanut allergy in high-risk infants

Highlights: This clearly written, concise document communicates the essential details about a recent ground breaking study: Randomized trial of peanut consumption in infants at risk for peanut allergy which is the first randomized study investigating the timing of peanut introduction in infants at high risk of food allergy. Previous