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

Table 3

Self-reported prevalence rates estimations.

Assessment(+) casesPrevalence by gender (95% CI) valueGeneral prevalence (95% CI)

Adverse food reactionsTotal = 452
M = 183
F = 269
M 34.46 (30.5–38.6)
F 39.8 (36.1–43.5)
0.06337.4
(34.7–40.2)
Adverse reactions to wheat/glutenTotal = 96
M = 29
F = 67
M 5.4 (3.8–7.7)
F 9.9 (7.8–12.4)
0.0057.9
(6.5–9.6)
Recurrent adverse food reactionsTotal = 342
M = 124
F = 218
M 23.35 (19.9–27.1)
F 32.2 (28.8–35.8)
0.00128.3
(25.8–30.9)
 (i) Recurrent adverse reactions to wheat/glutenTotal = 64
M = 18
F = 46
M 3.4 (2.1–5.3)
F 6.8 (4.1–8.9)
0.0095.3
(4.1–6.7)
 (ii) NCGSTotal = 55
M = 16
F = 39
M 3.0 (1.8–4.8)
F 5.7 (4.2–7.7)
0.0264.5
(3.5–5.8)
 (iii) Wheat allergyTotal = 9
M = 2
F = 7
M 0.37 (0.1–1.3)
F 1.0 (0.5–2.1)
0.3130.74
(0.3–1.4)
Adherence to GFDTotal = 72
M = 22
F = 50
M 4.1 (2.7–6.2)
F 7.4 (5.6–9.6)
0.0205.9
(4.7–7.4)

Positive cases for the assessment.
F: female; M: male.

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