Approximately 3 million people have celiac disease. However, 97% of these people are either misdiagnosed
or undiagnosed with the disease.* Common symptoms of celiac disease include:
- Intermittent diarrhea, abdominal pain and bloating
- Irritability or depression
- Joint Pain
- Muscle cramps
- Mouth sores
Blood tests and family history can be used to help determine if you have celiac disease.
Depending on the results, your doctor may suggest you go for further testing for confirmation.
A gluten-free diet is the only way to manage celiac disease—that means complete, lifelong avoidance of all products containing gluten
*National Foundation for Celiac Awareness