Gluten Intolerance and the Extraordinary Form

The autoimmune condition commonly known as “celiac disease”—marked by degenerative inflammation of the bowels upon ingestion of gliadin proteins (a component of the more complex protein commonly referred to as “gluten”) present in wheat and related cereals—appears to have been present in the European population for at least 2,000 years. Not until the 1950s, however, … More Gluten Intolerance and the Extraordinary Form