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Nieceliakalna nadwrażliwość na gluten ― aktualny problem w dietetyce

Joanna Śledziona, Kinga Ciesielska, Paweł Bogdański, Marcin Mardas, Dorota Mańkowska-Wierzbicka, Marta Stelmach-Mardas
Forum Zaburzeń Metabolicznych 2021;12(2):70-75.

Streszczenie

Nieceliakalna nadwrażliwość na gluten (NCGS) jest ciągle mało poznaną chorobą. Objawy NCGS nakładają się na objawy innych chorób glutenozależnych, co dodatkowo utrudnia jednoznaczną diagnostykę. Wyniki badań wykazały, że głównymi wyzwalaczami NCGS są glutem i produkty o dużej zawartości FODMAP. Obecnie w celu złagodzenia objawów NCGS stosuje się dietę niskoglutenową/bezglutenową i low-FODMAP. Z uwagi na brak markerów specyficznych w kierunku NCGS  nie zawsze jest to choroba prawidłowo diagnozowana. W celu ogólnej standaryzacji rozpoznania NCGS przyjęto Skalę Oceny Objawów Gastrointestinal Sympton Rating Scale.

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