Since being diagnosed - I have always wondered about our differences. Reading this forum, it is very apparent that we all react with varying types and degree of symptoms - from having no symptoms to becoming violently ill. I have always been curious - do we also have differences internally. I know that the standard is that we are able to tolerate 20 ppm - but have read that some people can only tolerate 5 ppm. Does that mean some of us can tolerate 30 ppm? Do our intestines get equally inflamed?? Or do some people get mild inflamation while others get severe inflammation.
Does anybody know the science of this??
I posted something similar to this when I first got diagnosed, and got a lot of preachy - "don't eat any gluten! "-responses. I know that - and I have never cheated. My second endoscopy showed full recovery and my latest blood test showed normal antibody levels. So I am not looking for permission to cheat - I am just curious about the science.