How is gluten intolerance diagnosed?

The blood test for gluten intolerance:

To clearly diagnose gluten intolerance, your doctor may prescribe a blood test. During this assessment, the doctor looks for the presence of antibodies that cause the disease: anti-transglutaminase, anti-endomyosum, anti-gliadin. Unfortunately, blood tests do not always 100% confirm the presence of the disease.
The biopsy of the small intestine:
Intestinal biopsy is to observe villous atrophy, that is to say, the destruction of the lining of the intestine. The biopsy can diagnose more clearly the presence of gluten intolerance.

The plan:
Finally, the feeling or improving physical fitness and wellness following the adoption of a gluten-free diet will confirm the diagnosis of gluten intolerance. This is probably the most noticed and most important for the person who suffers from this condition.

Unfortunately, some symptoms of gluten intolerance can take between 6 and 18 months before completely disappearing, as long as the gluten completely evacuates the system and the lining of the intestine is renewed.