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Self-Reported Prevalence of Gluten-Related Disorders and Adherence to Gluten-Free Diet in Colombian Adult Population

Table 2

Comparison between self-reported recurrent adverse reactions to wheat/gluten and recurrent adverse reactions to other foods.

VariableRecurrent adverse reactionsOdds ratio (95% CI)
Wheat/gluten ()Other foods ()

Mean age in years (range)41.4 (18–78)37.4 (18–88)
Gender (female/male) (%)71.8/28.246/1862.3/37.7175/1061.5 (0.853–2.8)
IBS (%)23.41515.6441.5 (0.76–2.9)
Food intolerance (%)14.6107.8221.9 (0.84–4.41)
Allergy (%)9.3611.0310.68 (0.25–1.8)
Psychiatric disease (%)3.121.443.4 (0.74–15.6)
Gastrointestinal cancer (%)1.511.031.4 (0.15–14.3)
Eating disorders (%)4.632.162.2 (0.54–9.2)
Diabetes mellitus (%)3.122.881.1 (0.22–5.3)
Colitis (%)3.128.9250.33 (0.07–1.4)
Lactose intolerance (%)14.0917.8500.75 (0.35–1.6)

Self-reported physician-diagnosed diseases were considered for analysis.
Age comparison by Student’s -test ().
Irritable bowel syndrome.

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