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Celiac & Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity Symptoms

"Gluten sensitivity has been shown to be 30x more prevalent than Celiac Disease."

Dr. Tom O'Bryan


With a myriad of symptoms on the gluten-related spectrum of disorders, how do you know if you have Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity (NCGS), especially when the symptoms are similar to those experienced by Celiacs? What are the symptoms both groups have in common? More than you think!


Symptoms of both CD patients and NCGS patients

  • skin rashes: eczema, keratosis pilaris (KP)

  • heartburn, GERD

  • fatigue

  • GI distress: bloating, gas, diarrhea, vomiting, cramping, nausea

  • mouth sores

  • inflammation

  • joint pain

  • headaches/migraines

  • mood disorders/psychiatric disorders/anxiety/depression

  • muscle aches

  • tingling in the body

  • malabsorption: vitamin/mineral deficiencies

  • intestinal permeability/leaky gut

Symptoms of only CD patients (in addition to the above)

  • small intestinal damage/flattened villi (aka villous atrophy)

  • dermatitis herpetiformis

Have you tested negative for Celiac Disease and still suffer from many of the above symptoms? Perhaps it's time you find out your body's relationship with gluten using a state-of-the-art highly sensitive blood test known as The Wheat Zoomer.


"The Wheat Zoomer aids in the specific recognition of antibodies to wheat peptides - including gluten and non-gluten components, along with antibodies that indicate the presence of intestinal permeability. It is also a highly sensitive peptide-based array designed to detect autoimmune reactions to gluten." Vibrant Wellness Labs


This comprehensive antibody recognition test will simultaneously identify any of the conditions which may be associated with gluten and/or wheat:

  • Intestinal permeability (leaky gut syndrome)

  • Celiac Disease

  • Wheat Allergy

  • Wheat Germ Agglutinin - related Vitamin D deficiencies

  • Dermititis/eczema - skin-related disorders

  • Gluten Sensitivity

  • Wheat Sensitivity

  • Gluten Ataxia - an autoimmune disorder where the body's immune response to gluten becomes severe and the body starts to attack the central nervous system, specifically the brain - this is a progressive, often debilitating condition that includes issues with movement, loss of coordination, unsteady, loss of precise movement skills (writing, buttoning a shirt), difficulty talking, vision issues, symptoms of nerve damage in hands, feet, limbs

As a National Board-Certified Health and Wellness Coach, it's my job to help you put together a game-plan that brings you out of sickness and into wellness through lifestyle and behavior change modifications, accountability coaching and goal setting. As a Functional Nutrition Counselor, it's my job to educate you on the functional role of food as medicine and how to best support your body and all it's functions. As a Certified Gluten-free Practitioner, it's my job to support you as you discover your body's relationship with gluten and to help you adopt a 100% gluten-free lifestyle, making the gluten-free choice not just the easy choice, but the healthy choice too!


Tired of feeling sick and tired?

Tired of not getting answers?

Ready to discover if gluten is a problem and what to do about it?


Please reach out to me for a complimentary Discovery Call and let's talk it through. I'm here for you! I have NCGS and I understand what you are going through, it took me decades to get diagnosed. There were consequences to that long road that included being side-lined from my life due to severe autoimmune issues. I don't want you to go that road. I'm here to guide you. You are at the fork in the road... You can continue with symptoms and see what happens... OR, find out answers to what's going on in there...


WHICH DO YOU CHOOSE?




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