What is Considered a Safe Dose of Gluten?

Globally there is uncertainty as to what a safe level of gluten intake is for patients with coeliac disease. In Australia and New Zealand, we have a ‘no detectable gluten’ standard which is considered ‘safe’. Whereas in Europe and the United States, up to 20ppm (which is a concentration of gluten in food) is deemed acceptable. 

With the help of our dedicated participants, Dr James Daveson aims to address this knowledge gap; a gap that is crucial for labelling food as gluten-free and determining safety standards. 

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In order to achieve this, our research approach follows a Translational Research Pathway, with a core focus on stages T2 to T4:

Our goal is to take clinical science discoveries and transform them into improved health care and health outcomes for the greater community.

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