Analysis of Body Composition and Food Habits of Spanish Celiac Women

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Churruca Ortega, Itziar; Miranda Gómez, Jonatan; Lasa Elguezua, Arrate; Bustamante Gallego, María Ángeles; Larrechi Lamelas, Idoia; Simón Magro, Edurne;

The purpose of the present work was both to analyze composition of Spanish celiac women and to study the food habits and gluten-free diet of these celiac patients, in order to determine whether they achieve a balanced and healthy diet as well as to highlight nutritional... View more
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