Study suggests delaying diet switch doesn't harm children with diabetes and celiac

10/11/2010 | Medscape (free registration)

Children with Type 1 diabetes and celiac disease who ate a regular diet had no major differences in glycemic control or celiac symptoms after two years compared with those who switched to a gluten-free diet. Children on a regular diet also had no significant differences in z-scores for weight, body mass index or height.

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