Not Celiac? Gluten Could Still Be a Problem

Celiac disease is caused by sensitivity to gluten, which is found in wheat; however, many patients who test negative to gluten sensitivity still have symptoms that are related to eating wheat. Doctors at the McMaster Clinic in Canada and the Mayo Clinic in the United States suggest that bowel symptoms that appear related to celiac disease may appear in patients who test negative for gluten sensitivity. In order to know that if a food is a trigger, eliminate it completely from the diet and determine if the symptoms improve with elimination. The Epoch Times, August 13, 2009 
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