There are so many people out there struggling…in pain…in a fog…not knowing what is wrong with them and desperate for answers, when in fact it could be celiac disease.After hearing so many doctor horror stories from you this past year, it’s painfully obvious we can’t solely depend on the medical community to accurately diagnose celiac disease.It’s all very generic: bloating, vitamin deficiencies, failure to thrive, etc. What we need is a list of the specific symptoms of celiac disease from those who have been through it….actual celiacs.So today, I am reaching out to you to help all of those undiagnosed celiacs out there.Celiac disease may be discovered at any age, from infancy through adulthood.The disorder is more commonly found among white Europeans or in people of European descent.
Celiac disease occurs when the body reacts abnormally to gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye, barley, and possibly oats.So people turn to the internet looking for a solution.The problem is that many of the medical websites fail when it comes to listing the symptoms of celiac disease.—————————————————————————————————- Dear Gluten Dude, Just found your website for the first time. I’m one of the ones that testing didn’t show Celiac, but it is clear as day that I have it. Doctors told me I was just stressed out when I would go in for help.Hit rock bottom on 1-6-2012 at 130 pounds not knowing what was happening to me. I’m 6’1″ and a normal healthy weight for me was around 165. Wasn’t until I saw a medical marijuana doctor that I was told about gluten.