Non-gluten proteins constitute about 25% of the total protein content of wheat cereal. Recently it has been shown that these non-gluten proteins are immune-reactive in individuals with wheat sensitivity. The 5 groups of non-gluten proteins which are distinctly different from the gluten proteins that are responsible for inflammation in patients with wheat sensitivity are serpins, purinins, farinins, amylase/protease inhibitors and globulins.
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Increased levels of antibodies to non-gluten wheat proteins (serpins, purinins, farinins, amylase/protease inhibitors and globulins) are responsible for inflammation in patients with wheat sensitive enteropathies.
Consider avoiding wheat in your diet.
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