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Are food additives causing celiac disease? Widely used 'meat glue' may be driving rise in people who react to gluten, study suggests

An additive commonly used to make food last longer and give it better texture may be a cause of celiac disease, a new study suggests.  The additive, called microbial transglutaminase - also known as 'meat glue' - is similar to enzymes that naturally occur in the body which are the targets of the autoimmune response known as celiac disease.  Read more... 

 

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