@Gluten Free Society said:
As you should know, corn gluten is detrimental to those with gluten issues. Below is a link to another research study proving the point. In this case – corn oil leading to villous atrophy and increased inflammation:
All the best,
Someone I know has been off of gluten (wheat, barley, etc.) for years and things seem to have gotten a lot better. I am wondering, though, if he has been eating corn-based products, are the standard blood tests for celiac disease helpful in diagnosing problems (from eating corn) or is the problem different and only an endoscopy to view the villi will give an accurate diagnosis?