Get Tested for Gluten Sensitivity Even if You Think You Know the Answer

     Don’t assume that your symptoms are unique to you. For much of my life, I just thought that it was just normal for me to be in pain. People with osteoporosis, for example, say that their condition “runs in the family,” ignoring the fact that osteoporosis is often connected with celiac disease, which prevents the absorption of the vitamins and minerals that bones need.  You can take a look at the list of symptoms of gluten intolerance and celiac disease on my gluten-free website.

     If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms regularly, even if you think you know why, you should schedule an appointment with your physician right away to get tested for celiac disease or gluten sensitivity.

Tina Turbin

From our home to yours, Miranda Jade.


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One thought on “Get Tested for Gluten Sensitivity Even if You Think You Know the Answer

  1. This is so true! Getting diagnosed with CD was a turning point in my life–so glad I got tested–wished I would’ve done it sooner!

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