Celiac disease ‘frequently’ asymptomatic in type 1 diabetes

Celiac disease as a comorbidity of type 1 diabetes is often asymptomatic, and people with both diseases should closely monitor glucose levels during transition to a gluten-free diet, according tostudy.“Celiac disease is a disorder triggered by gluten that is frequently unrecognized and asymptomatic, especially in individuals with type 1 diabetes or other autoimmune conditions,” Farid Mahmud, MD, FRCPC, associate professor and clinician investigator in the division of endocrinology at the Hospital for Sick Children at the University of Toronto, told Healio. “A significantRead More

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