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FAQ: Hi I am a 49 year old male from the UK who was diagnosed with Coeliac disease 2 years ago and I have been coping with the change in diet quite well. What I do seem to have a problem with is oats, I buy gluten-free oats and gluten-free cookies with oats and I seem to react to them. I am a full time fire fighter and I also like to run marathons so I need to keep my health in tip top condition. My question really is if the avelin protein would show a positive reading on my TGA test? If it is just a GI reaction to the higher fibre, could this be overcome? As I think I may have a similar reaction to lentils too.

Oats are safe for 99% of celiac patients. There is however the extremely rare one who does react to oats. The mechanism is not related to avenin toxicity, however,…

FAQ: Do oats contain gluten?

…A large body of scientific evidence accumulated over more than 15 years has proven that oats are completely safe for the vast majority of celiac patients. Oats are not…

FAQ: How often can I eat oats?

Research reports that incorporating oats uncontaminated with wheat, barley or rye at intake levels of approximately 50 g dry oats/day is generally safe for most persons with celiac disease.