By Stephen Matthews Health Editor For Mailonline
Published: 16:00 BST, 13 August 2019 | Updated: 16:03 BST, 13 August 2019
Children at risk of coeliac disease who eat more gluten in infancy are more likely to be struck down with the condition, a study suggests.
Scientists in Sweden tracked thousands of at-risk youngsters from when they were six months old until they reached their fifth birthday.
Youngsters who ate more than the average amount of gluten during that time were seven per cent more likely to have coeliac disease, they found.