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Question: Are the villi in the upper intestine damaged if you are a ceoliac
Asked by 295ntrd45 to Chloe, Irene, Uday on 19 Nov 2015.
answered on 19 Nov 2015:
In coeliac disease, gluten damages villi, the finger-like projections in the small intestine responsible for absorbing nutrients from food. When the villi are damaged, the body can’t absorb nutrients the body needs to grow.
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