•Gluten-related disorders are increasingly recognized among both men and women.•It has been suggested that fertility problems and obstetrical complications may be a consequence of the endocrine disorders caused by selective nutrient deficiencies in celiac disease.•The same selective nutrient deficiencies (folate, iron, vitamin B12, and vitamin D) in celiac disease and nonceliac gluten sensitivity could be the cause of fertility problems.•Celiac disease is postulated to be considered in the preconceptional screening of patients with reproductive disorders, but for non-celiac gluten sensitivity, an effect on fertility is not proven.
Nutrition – Elsevier
Published: Apr 1, 2018
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