Do you suspect that eating wheat causes discomfort or health problems for you? You may want to consider getting formally tested, a local registered dietitian and nutritionist says.
The prevalence of celiac disease is only 1 percent, but it is underdiagnosed and the rate of diagnosis has increased in the last 10 years. If you associate certain symptoms with your wheat intake, finding out for sure whether you have celiac or a different reason for your wheat intolerance is essential, Denise Cedar of Salem Gatro said.
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