Only a small portion of those who are gluten intolerant have celiac disease. As research continues to be conducted on this surprisingly underdiagnosed condition, the number of people affected continues to increase. The latest research suggests that celiac disease affects one in 133 Americans, which translates into approximately 1 percent of the population or 3 million Americans. Shockingly, 97 percent of those estimated to have celiac disease remain undiagnosed.
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