Gluten Sensitivity Self-Test

As many as 20 million Americans could be affected by a gluten sensitivity and not know it. Find out if you might be experiencing a gluten sensitivity with this checklist. Count all the symptoms that you experience on a regular, chronic basis. Interested in going gluten-free? Try this diet plan.

Gluten Sensitivity Self-Test

How many of the following do you have? Check all that apply. 

Digestive Symptoms 


  • Frequent bloating or gas
  • Diagnosed with IBS or acid reflux
  • Daily diarrhea or chronic constipation

Neurologic & Skeletal Symptoms 

  • Migraine or headaches
  • Joint pains or aches
  • Brain fog

Hormonal & Immune Symptoms

  • Depression or anxiety
  • Ongoing fatigue
  • Chronic eczema or acne

Results

Four or moresymptoms indicate that gluten may be impacting your health. But even one symptom, if severe and chronic, can be a sign of a gluten sensitivity. You may want to consult your doctor or try going gluten-free for 2-4 weeks.

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