Nutrition. Fish peptides. Glucose metabolism. Irritable bowel syndrome. Gut health.
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- 2018. Non-coeliac gluten sensitivity and the spectrum of gluten-related disorders: an updated overview. Nutrition research reviews. 1-10. doi: 10.1017/S095442241800015X
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Health effects of a dietary supplement with cod protein hydrolysate: Clinical trials in healthy individuals and patiens with irritable bowel syndrome