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  1. Arti says:

    People with celiac disease are at risk of nutritional deficiencies because the disease can limit the small intestine's ability to absorb nutrients from food, per the Celiac Disease Foundation. (11) Your doctor can test for nutritional deficiencies with a simple blood test. A small percentage of people with celiac disease find that their symptoms don't improve, even with a strict gluten-free diet. But unfortunately, there isn’t a good test to diagnose this condition. Gluten intolerance, also called nonceliac gluten sensitivity (NCGS), is a possibility if you’ve tested negative for both celiac disease and a wheat allergy. If you’ve been tested for celiac and the results prove negative, there’s a chance you simply have an allergy to wheat. If you’ve been tested

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