This Revolutionary New Pill FINALLY Lets Gluten-Free Folks Eat Pizza And Beer


Those suffering from celiac disease know how it feels to miss out on gluten-heavy foods like bread, pizzas, or even beer. CBC News reports that a new pill will allow those with a gluten-free diet to enjoy gluten.

Hoon Sunwoo, an associate professor of pharmaceutical studies at the University of Alberta, has developed a pill that may change the way someone with celiac disease can experience foods.

Sunwoo has been working on the pill for nearly a decade. Essentially, it uses egg yolk antibodies to cover up gluten and lets it pass through the body without causes any damage or discomfort. One simply has to take the pill five minutes before eating or drinking. The pill should give them one to two hours of gluten protection.

The pill, however, is defintely not a cure for celiac disease. In fact, a gluten-free diet is still strictly enforced. The pill is only a temporary aid to help gluten-free people enjoy foods that would usually make them sick.

Safety clinical trials began two months ago and efficacy clinical trials are expected to start next year.


Ask Your Doctor About Clinically-Proven Anti-Depressant Tacos [HUMOR]


I don’t always eat tacos, but when I do, I prefer not to be gazing emotionally out of windows while sad piano music plays in the background and I depressed-ly neglect my cat. But for those who aren’t so lucky, hey, at least they taste better than pills.

According to the following infomercial by Pleated Jeans, tacos are the best new anti-depressant medicine (also known as beef’n’cheese-ifil citrate), are formulated to be “freaking delicious,” help give you a warm feeling of satisfaction “deep down in your tum tum region,” and aid in curing depression caused by “not having tacos.”

Don’t wait, ask your doctor about tacos today. Or wait until they come out with a Doritos-flavored taco-flavored Doritos-flavored version. You know.

H/T Pleated Jeans