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If you have tried cutting out gluten before or eat "gluten-free" products you might want to consider a study done by J.R Hollon et al., published in BMC Gastroenterology 13 (2013).

In the study Hollon took eighty two percent of patients who had followed a traditional gluten-free diet (e.g. including some grains like rice and corn) without relief of their symptoms and put them on three-to-six-month diet of whole, unprocessed foods.

This gluten contimination elimination diet succeeded in eliminating symptoms for most of the subjects.

Food for thought, isn't it.

This Gluten Sensitivity Self-Assessment was adapted from Dr Peter Osbourne's book "No Grain No Pain". If you answer yes to two or more of the following symptoms or conditions you may be gluten sensitive.

 Are you ready to find out if gluten plays a role in you pain?