Academic
Publications
Psychological support counselling improves gluten-free diet compliance in coeliac patients with affective disorders

Psychological support counselling improves gluten-free diet compliance in coeliac patients with affective disorders,10.1111/j.1365-2036.2004.02193.x,A

Psychological support counselling improves gluten-free diet compliance in coeliac patients with affective disorders   (Citations: 20)
BibTex | RIS | RefWorks Download
Journal: Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics - ALIMENT PHARMACOL THERAPEUT , vol. 20, no. 7, pp. 777-782, 2004
Cumulative Annual
View Publication
The following links allow you to view full publications. These links are maintained by other sources not affiliated with Microsoft Academic Search.
    • ...Third, CD is associated with an extraintestinal inflammatory process that can itself lead to a number of abnormalities in both the peripheral and central nervous system (Cakir et al, 2007; Takahashi, Fukunaga, Kaneto, Fukudome, & Yoshikawa, 2000) such as electroencephalogram (EEG) abnormalities (Kozlowska, 1991), white-matter lesions (Kieslich et al, 2001), brain atrophy (Luostarinen et al, 2001), and cerebral hypoperfusion (ie, reduced blood flow; Addolorato, Di Giuda, et al, 2004; Kieslich et al, 2001)...

    Marie-Nathalie Beaudoinet al. A medical issue affecting the diagnosis of mood, attention and autisti...

    • ...As greater adherence to dietary advice is a critical component for preventing the onset and progression of many diet-related chronic diseases, some studies have developed innovative interventions resulting in a better agreement between evidence-based dietary advice of health professionals and their patients’ eating patterns [6,7]...

    Sophie Desrocheset al. Interventions to enhance adherence to dietary advice for preventing an...

    • ...Ideally, this type of psychological intervention should also involve parents and school teachers, which may play an essential role in such diseases in order to promote a good social adaptation [40]...

    Luigi Mazzoneet al. Compliant gluten-free children with celiac disease: an evaluation of p...

    • ...Third, CD is associated with an extraintestinal inflammatory process that can itself lead to a number of abnormalities in both the peripheral and central nervous system (Cakir et al, 2007; Takahashi, Fukunaga, Kaneto, Fukudome, & Yoshikawa, 2000) such as electroencephalogram (EEG) abnormalities (Kozlowska, 1991), white-matter lesions (Kieslich et al, 2001), brain atrophy (Luostarinen et al, 2001), and cerebral hypoperfusion (ie, reduced blood flow; Addolorato, Di Giuda, et al, 2004; Kieslich et al, 2001)...

    Marie-Nathalie Beaudoinet al. A medical issue affecting the diagnosis of mood, attention and autisti...

    • ... on this point, a recent study showed that psychological support counseling is able to improve both depression and GFD adherence [...

    Giovanni Gasbarriniet al. Celiac Disease: What’s New about It?

Sort by: