According to the Journal of Medicine, celiac disease is one of the most common lifelong disorders in both Europe and the United States.
But how can that be? We have all heard that about 1% of the population (approximately two million people) has celiac disease so how could celiac disease be one of the most common lifelong disorders? Does that make sense to you?
I think it is this statistic that we have failed to talk about and that is 83% of Americans who have celiac disease are undiagnosed or misdiagnosed with other conditions.
And, research estimates that 18 million Americans or 6 times the number of celiacs, have non-celiac gluten sensitivity.
So my question to you is… Are you willing to bet your life that you are not part of that 83% or that the diagnosis that you do have is the correct one?Read More