Infant feeding study, a low FODMAP vegetarian easy dinner recipe, news, Halloween & more
New study—breastfed infants were either fed gluten early (starting 4-6 months) or after 6 months. Then they compared the rates of Celiac at 3 years. Surprisingly, the early intro of “high dose” of gluten group had lower rates of Celiac at 3 years (0%, vs 1.4%)
The study suggests that higher amounts of gluten may be the key to prevention here. They specify that this study involved an age appropriate “normal” amount of gluten—3.2 grams by 9 months—but the paper does not provide an example of what that means in “real life”.
Longer follow up is underway…
Also: Hot off the presses—Celiac is not linked to increased risk of COVID. Phew!
And big news for many: For a long time, SIBO tests looked at 2 gasses, hydrogen and methane, but this would miss some people, because there was starting to be evidence that hydrogen sulfide was also a factor. Now labs are available can also examine this, too, and make the clinical picture clearer.
Ooh, did you hear? A bunch of Ben & Jerry’s flavors are about to be certified GF. If you happen to like ice cream. ?
Halloween on the way…
My standard Halloween suggestions here….some things may require adaptations.
From Allergic living–
- Food-Free Fun
- Treats and Candy from Allergic Living and another candy list here from Kids with Food Allergies Recipe:
Easy cheesy egg bake
We’ve still got an abundance of basil to use up this time of year, and it’s a balancing act of finding quick and easy recipes. This one takes about 5 min prep time and it’s delicious. Bonus—it’s gluten-free, vegetarian, low FODMAP, SCD friendly and adaptable for dairy-free.