For anyone out there, who has experienced this…I have a random question that I have searched for and can’t seem to find the answer too.
I know with Celiac disease there are folks that are silent Celiac’s.
Are there silent non-celiac gluten intolerant/sensitive folks? There is a reason I am asking.
In theory, let’s say someone has traditional celiac symptoms, and is diagnosed celiac via blood, but not villi (no villi damage) and the blood is only IGG higher none others, so….they go gluten free, but their symptoms continue even after years of gluten free, they remove other intolerant foods (corn and dairy) and then dying gall bladder and then finally they feel great.
Then, out of curiosity, they do the celiac gene test, and they don’t have either gene, but the doc interpreting the results says they have both genes for NCGI/NCGS. But then the person accidentally eats gluten and nothing happens, no symptoms nada…..they feel great.
How does that happen? What does it mean? Has anyone had a similar experience? Theories, ideas?
Thanks guys, just need to bounce this off ya'll.