In celiac disease, for those with a genetic predisposition, consuming gluten damages the small, fingerlike projections (villi) that line the intestinal wall, and that are responsible for absorbing nutrients into the body, eventually leading to nutritional deficiencies and often retarded growth. There is no treatment available other than observing a strictly gluten-free diet.Learn More
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Oranges are a delicious snack that boast serious health benefits! Just one orange can provide you with over 130% of the daily recommendation of Vitamin C. They are low in calories and packed full of other nutrients that can promote healthy skin as well as help to lower our risk for many diseases as part of an overall healthy and varied diet.Read More »
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