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Elevated levels of toxic chemicals found in bloodstream could cause coeliac disease

Children and young people with high levels of toxic chemicals in their bloodstream are far more likely to be diagnosed with coeliac disease, a study suggests. Chemicals used in fire retardants, pesticides, and even non-stick coatings on kitchen pans, can make their way into the human bloodstream. A team of doctors in New York has found children with elevated levels of these chemicals in their bloodstream were twice as likely to be diagnosed with coeliac disease than those with lower levels.  Read more....

 

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