AIRE is not designed to detect gluten-related issues. If you think you may have a problem with gluten you should contact your physician for a test.

However, many people who have are not sensitive to gluten but still feel better when they avoid wheat may be reacting to carbohydrates like oligos-fructans. For some people, these ferment in the gut, which can be detected by AIRE. If you're reacting to specific carbohydrates rather than gluten (a protein), that changes which foods you are likely to tolerate well.

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