I have wondered the same thing. Something I have noticed with myself and one of my children is that when badly glutened and reacting neurologically is that one eye will appear much smaller because the lid will droop. In my case it is the eye on the opposite side from the brain lesions. I find myself looking at pictures of the perpetrators and see many with this difference in eye size. Wondering if it may be a neuro impact in them. I see it often especially in young folks and then will read that they have psychiatric issues and are on meds. Those meds always made me worse because they were medicating something I didn't have. I do so wish they would screen routinely for celiac like they do in some other countries. Maybe we wouldn't have as unhealthy of a population, both physically and mentally, if they would test everyone but it is hard enough to get them to test even those of us with symptoms.
I will be looking over your links later. Got called in to work today so not much time this morning. Thanks for the info.
apprehensiveengineer, You are totally right, thank you, I needed to read that. I actually think that giving up eating out is a small price to pay for never feeling this sick. I think when I am feeling good I just forget how awful it is to be glutened, so I risk it and hope for the best. I need to be better. I am just glad to know that the restaurant really was the likely cause of my glutening so I can learn from my mistake.