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What you need to know about celiac disease

What you need to know about celiac disease patho puzzler What you need to know about celiac disease By Amanda Perkins, MSN, RN Pizza, anyone? How about some lasagna As a result of this response, the body begins with garlic bread? Every day, gluten to attack itself. adorns the plates of individuals throughout the world. For breakfast, you may have How does celiac disease occur? Q: pancakes, toast, or a muffi n; lunch may A properly functioning digestive sys- A: include a sandwich, pasta, or a salad with tem is essential to the maintenance of croutons and bread; and dinner may con- health because the digestive system is sist of pizza, lasagna, or macaroni and what provides the body with the fuel it cheese. Besides being delicious, what do needs to survive. In most cases, food en- all of these foods have in common? I’ll ters the digestive system via the mouth, give you a hint, and it isn’t weight gain. where it’s broken down into small pieces. They all contain gluten, a seemingly harm- From the mouth, the food moves to the less protein that’s poisonous to individuals stomach, small intestine, and large intes- with celiac disease—a chronic, autoim- tine, and then exits via the anus. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Nursing Made Incredibly Easy! Wolters Kluwer Health

What you need to know about celiac disease

Nursing Made Incredibly Easy! , Volume 13 (1) – Jan 1, 2015

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patho puzzler What you need to know about celiac disease By Amanda Perkins, MSN, RN Pizza, anyone? How about some lasagna As a result of this response, the body begins with garlic bread? Every day, gluten to attack itself. adorns the plates of individuals throughout the world. For breakfast, you may have How does celiac disease occur? Q: pancakes, toast, or a muffi n; lunch may A properly functioning digestive sys- A: include a sandwich, pasta, or a salad with tem is essential to the maintenance of croutons and bread; and dinner may con- health because the digestive system is sist of pizza, lasagna, or macaroni and what provides the body with the fuel it cheese. Besides being delicious, what do needs to survive. In most cases, food en- all of these foods have in common? I’ll ters the digestive system via the mouth, give you a hint, and it isn’t weight gain. where it’s broken down into small pieces. They all contain gluten, a seemingly harm- From the mouth, the food moves to the less protein that’s poisonous to individuals stomach, small intestine, and large intes- with celiac disease—a chronic, autoim- tine, and then exits via the anus.

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