Saturday, 16 May 2015

Celiac Disease Awareness Month: Why Not Get Diagnosed?

Although I can't fathom a reason someone wouldn't want to know if they have Celiac Disease, there are valid reasons. To expand on yesterday's post, here is the follow-up article, 4 Reasons Not to Puruse a Diagnosis.

It covers the following four reasons:

1. Getting diagnosed can be a pricey — and frustrating! — process.
2. If you've already gone gluten-free, you'll need to undergo a gluten challenge to be tested.
3. An "official" diagnosis could make your insurance costs go up.
4. You don't need a diagnosis to eat gluten-free.   

Mind you, if you want to see your doctor about getting tested, don't let anything stop you!

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