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A strict diet throughout life gluten-free allows to the small intestine get health. Obvious sources of gluten are bread, many cereals for breakfast, pasta, pizza, cakes and biscuits. The gluten can also be used to give structure to the food products, such as sausages, stock cubes, soups and sauces. Naturally the gluten-free foods include meat, fish, eggs, fruits, vegetables, dairy products, beans, potatoes, rice, corn, quinoa and buckwheat. Food substitutes as the especially gluten-free bread, flour, pasta and biscuits, have increased in recent years in variety and are available by prescription in some countries.
makes this a problem?, well the problem is the cost of this diet, which
are priced high in gluten-free foods, besides the clear deprivation the
celiac without meals as common as pizza, and even drinks such as beer.
think of a way to solve the gap between celiac patients and those
without eating disorders, but without forgetting the price, therefore,
consider the low cost of production and, like that, was born the idea
creating a pill that is able to degrade gluten before its contact with
When the gluten enter in contact with the villi of the small intestine (enterocytes) the helper T cells (type of reporter) detects the gluten as a toxic substance and leaves a chemical trail, which is followed by antibodies, among the more important the Transglutaminase and the Antigliadin (in this case); In addition to the lymphocytes T and B. The first ( lymphocytes T) would be the natural killers and an army of these cells will attack to the infected cells, which could cause a cancerous effect, in this case the dangerous cells are the enterocytes, and after of the atack they could causing inflammation, poor absorption, and other symptoms. But does not stop there the auto-immune action, also the B cells serves as a kind of memory which is used to the next time that the threat enter in the body, the reply will be more quickly and efficiently.
- Type 0 (Pre-Infiltrative): Mucus is unchanged, in other words, not atrophy is any villous hyperplasia of crypts.
- Type 1: Increased in the number of lymphocytes intraepithelial (LIE)
- Type 2: Hyperplasia of crypts, but still not it can diagnose to the patient celiac disease, except those who are under treatment or suffering from dermatitis hipertiforme.
- Type 3: Atrophy villous, increase in the number of LIE and hyperplasia of crypts. According to the degree to the atrophy is divided into partial and total. This pase is know as injury destructive.
- Type 4: Terminal where the patients does not
respond to the suspension of gluten and lesion
develops malignant conditions such as cancer.
- Silent Celiac Disease: Patients have no symptoms but if damage histological.
- Latent Celiac Disease: There are not symptoms and stunted villi. Individuals tend to develop the disease suddenly.
- Potential Celiac Disease: Are subjects with high genetic risk that could have the disease.
- Refractory Celiac Disease: Those patients diagnosted celiac and despite follow a diet without gluten doesn't improve and can get diseases even more serious.
- Food intolerance problems.
- Variety of cancers.
- Diseases related to the nervous system.
- Diseases related to the circulatory system.
- Skin-related illnesses.
- The probability of having celiac disease is 1 each 265.
- The celiac patients represent 15% of the Chilean population.
- Most die by cancer without really knowing their status.