It Should Never Take 8-10 Years to Be Diagnosed With Celiac Disease

2.3 It Should Never Take Ten Years To Get Diagnosed

It took me 16 years to get my celiac disease diagnosis. 

According to the Beyond Celiac Organization, it takes an average of 6-10 years to get diagnosed with celiac disease. 

Today’s episode is all about spreading awareness and informing others on how to get tested and how you can now get tested at home with I’m Aware screening test kits so you don’t have to wait 10 years to know how to help your body!

Listen to this episode to hear all about it. Share this message with a friend who you feel can benefit!

To get 10% off all I’m Aware kits click HERE and use the code: CORAL10 at checkout!

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Remember, I’ve got your back. I have a comprehensive gluten-free guide available on my website. It’s packed with valuable information to make your journey smoother. And if you want to spread the knowledge, I’ve created free ‘I am gluten-free & I have celiac disease’ printables you can share with others.

Fo more resources visit my website HERE!

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It Should Never Take 8-10 Years to Be Diagnosed With Celiac Disease
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