One can easily surmise that the patients described in the above research study developed neurological symptoms largely because they were not on a TRUE gluten free diet. Many patients diagnosed with celiac disease are encouraged to consume substitute grains despite the fact that they contain gluten. This is a major problem because it contributes to refractory celiac disease as well as a number of other diseases and syndromes associated with the intake of gluten containing grains.
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