Benefits and Barriers of Using a Gluten Sensing Device

We’re certain that many of our listeners have heard the debates about the merits and downfalls of having a gluten sensing device, like Nima. Do they actually provide peace of mind or make users even more anxious? And, do they really work? We’re here today to discuss the results of a recent study that measures exactly that.

To share more with our listeners about this controversial topic, I have Dr. Randi Wolf in the studio with me. Dr. Wolf is a faculty member and researcher at Teachers College at Columbia University. She was a leader of the Benefits and Barriers to Portable Gluten Detection study that was published in a recent issue of the journal Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology. 

To learn more about the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University Irving Medical Center and find information about various studies underway, please visit:  celiacdiseasecenter.columbia.edu.

Thank you to the Walter and Jean Boek Global Autoimmune Institute for their ongoing support to make this podcast possible. 

Photo Credit: NIMA Website: https://nimasensor.com/blog/ 
We’re certain that many of our listeners have heard the debates about the merits and downfalls of having a gluten sensing device, like Nima. Do they actually provide peace of mind or make users even more anxious? And, do they really work? We’re here today to discuss the results of a recent study that measures exactly that.

To share more with our listeners about this controversial topic, I have Dr. Randi Wolf in the studio with me. Dr. Wolf is a faculty member and researcher at Teachers College at Columbia University. She was a leader of the Benefits and Barriers to Portable Gluten Detection study that was published in a recent issue of the journal Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology. 

To learn more about the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University Irving Medical Center and find information about various studies underway, please visit:  celiacdiseasecenter.columbia.edu.

Thank you to the Walter and Jean Boek Global Autoimmune Institute for their ongoing support to make this podcast possible. 

Photo Credit: NIMA Website: https://nimasensor.com/blog/&nbs
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