Well, as soon as we use this tricky word 'qualify' (like at a race), we are talking about people who believe themselves to be [i]limited [/i]to a [i]particular dogma[/i] (set of man-made rules, not nature-made maxims). They can no longer engage thinking skills, they can only repeat. The [i]qualification[/i] defines the latter use of [i]'right choices'[/i] within an artificial context, therefore [i]by nature[/i], without the qualification: wrong.
A lot of people who had their trust placed in the above characters (almost as from a novel, it's so unsubstantive), had this trust then breached when given all sorts of quack 'remedies' allegedly to help their condition. It helped the condition, yes! It made the symptoms worse.
So I present myself directly, as an unqualified private physician, unsubscribed to any medical dogma (man-made rules), free to critically think (I can see the a-turn-on-me's scurring), and know absolutely who I am: a soul, not legally-defined nor part of some third-rate legal code system. I do not presume, nor should the other board members, that my blog articles reflect the opinion of anyone using the celiac.com system, only my own. However, they are free to agree to mistakes, to the trouble it may cause them.
[i]I am the administrator for the private estate.[/i]