In 2011, a professor of gastroenterology at Monash University provided the key evidence of gluten sensitivity in people without celiac disease.
But recently Peter Gibson published follow-up papers, equally as scientific as the first, that show the opposite.
In the latest study, gluten, which is a protein found in grains like wheat, rye, and barley, appears to cause the gastrointestinal distress because of the placebo effect.
(READ the story in the Business Insider)
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