There is still debate about if people have Celiac’s Disease or gluten sensitivity. Called non-celiac gluten sensitivity. Many people say they feel better after being on a gluten-free diet.
Dr. Doug Seidner MD stated that not much is known about gluten sensitivity and there may be another component to wheat, rye, etc… that is creating the gluten sensitivity. Dr. Seidner estimates that 9 out of 100 people could have gluten sensitivity.
A lot of the symptoms can be the same gas, bloating, pain, fatigue, low libido, headaches, joint pain are just a few of the symptoms.
If you were tested for gluten sensitivity and the test came out negative there is still a chance of a person having gluten sensitivity. If the symptoms still persist. It takes 21 days for the gluten to be eliminated from the body to really see how a person feels.