As I found out more about celiac disease I read that the only definitive diagnosis of celiac disease was to have an intestinal biopsy.
The procedure required me to eat gluten for a month before the test.
I was feeling so much better when I avoided gluten, and the thought of having to eat gluten to be diagnosed made me physically ill.
It was very scary.
My thought then? There must another way.
And there is.
In my white paper, Testing and Diagnosis of Celiac Disease, I show you what tests are needed to obtain a diagnosis of celiac disease.
The steps to find out if you have celiac disease can appear to be complicated, and I know, when you don’t feel healthy, those steps appear insurmountable.
To help those who are struggling about what to do for a definitive diagnosis and thus a treatment plan, I urge you to download my white paper, Testing and Diagnosis of Celiac Disease.
There you will find a flow chart to help you through the decision process.