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'Controlled by food'- lived experiences of coeliac disease.
TLDR
The lived experiences of coeliac disease were more varied and profound than expected and it is important to take psychological and social aspects into account in the treatment of patients with coelacio disease.
Evidence of poor vitamin status in coeliac patients on a gluten‐free diet for 10 years
TLDR
A lifelong gluten‐free diet is advised to keep to a lifelong gluten-free diet to remain well and uncertainty still exists as to whether this gives a nutritionally balanced diet.
Increasing Fecal Butyrate in Ulcerative Colitis Patients by Diet: Controlled Pilot Study
TLDR
This pilot study shows that patients with quiescent UC can safely take a diet rich in oat bran specifically to increase the fecal butyrate level, which may have clinical implications and warrants studies of the long-term benefits of using oat Bran in the maintenance therapy in UC.
Quality of life of adult coeliac patients treated for 10 years.
TLDR
After 10 years on a GFD adult coeliac patients fail to attain the same degree of subjective health as the general population, particularly true for female patients, which suggests that factors beyond normalization of the intestinal mucosa are of importance for the perceived health status of coeeliacs diagnosed in adult life.
Ispaghula husk may relieve gastrointestinal symptoms in ulcerative colitis in remission.
TLDR
The results show that ispaghula can be helpful in the management of gastrointestinal symptoms in quiescent ulcerative colitis.
Living with Coeliac Disease: Controlled Study of the Burden of Illness
TLDR
In the light of similar differences in their quality of life, inquiry is warranted into the way coeliac men and women are coping with the disorder.
Perceptions of health-related quality of life of men and women living with coeliac disease.
TLDR
It is concluded that the intriguing difference in HRQoL between coeliac men and women may have some of its origin in the way living with the disorder is conceptualized and coped with and gender-related aspects need to be taken into account to improve treatment outcome.
Dietary habits of Swedish adult coeliac patients treated by a gluten-free diet for 10 years
TLDR
The results suggest that Swedish coeliac patients living on a gluten-free diet for several years need to improve their dietary habits and regularly visiting a dietitian could be helpful to introduce oat-based options and increase the intake of fresh fruits and greens.
'I lose all these hours...'--exploring gender and consequences of dilemmas experienced in everyday life with coeliac disease.
TLDR
Consequences of dilemmas in everyday lives for women and men, as personally affected by CD or as close relatives to someone affected by the disease and to put these experiences into context regarding household activities are explored.
Sharing life with a gluten-intolerant person--the perspective of close relatives.
TLDR
The role of relatives in handling the coeliac disease with the diseased person in the everyday life might be underestimated, and to provide relatives with better knowledge regarding the disease might improve the situation also for patients.
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