Given the growing rise in prevalence of celiac disease, there is interest in trying to prevent the development of celiac disease. There are studies that suggest breast-feeding and delayed introduction of gluten into the diet may reduce the risk of developing celiac disease [82, 83]. However, while these observations make sense, there are other reports that suggest early introduction of gluten in a defined period of time in infancy may also reduce the risk [84, 85]. There is also interest in whether dietary changes such as increased consumption of strains of wheat that contain greater amounts of potentially immunogenic peptides could play a role in the apparent increase in celiac disease . Further studies are needed to answer these questions.
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