Could you could have a gluten problem and not know it?

Could you could have a gluten allergy and not know it? Take Dr. Mark Hyman’s quiz below and find out!

The Gluten Quiz

  1. Do you have an autoimmune disease such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis or inflammatory bowel disease?
  2. Do you have digestive problems like reflux or irritable bowel?
  3. Are you overweight?
  4. Do you have frequent headaches?
  5. Are you often tired and bloated?
  6. Do you have rashes like eczema, psoriasis or acne?
  7. Do you have ADD (attention deficit disorder) autism, schizophrenia or depression?
  8. Do you have allergies, asthma or sinus problems?

If you answer yes to any of these questions then you might consider:

  1. Get tested for gluten sensitivity or celiac disease – Do Cyrex 3 test for a comprehensive test or check for elevated antibodies to gluten (anti-gliadin IgG and IgA, or tissue transglutaminase antibodies, TTG).
  2. Do a trial of a 100% gluten free diet for 2 weeks. Then reintroduce gluten and monitor your symptoms. If you feel better, you are probably gluten sensitive.
  3. Take probiotics to help reduce inflammation and repair the digestive system and leaky gut.

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