Appropriate nutrient supplementation in celiac disease

@article{Caruso2013AppropriateNS,
  title={Appropriate nutrient supplementation in celiac disease},
  author={R. Caruso and F. Pallone and E. Stasi and S. Romeo and G. Monteleone},
  journal={Annals of Medicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={45},
  pages={522 - 531}
}
Abstract Reduced levels of iron, folate, vitamin B12, vitamin D, zinc, and magnesium are common in untreated celiac disease (CD) patients probably due to loss of brush border proteins and enzymes needed for the absorption of these nutrients. In the majority of patients, removal of gluten from the diet leads to histological recovery and normalization of iron, vitamin, and mineral levels. Iron deficiency anemia is the most common extra-intestinal sign of CD and usually resolves with adherence to… Expand
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