Most people with celiac disease have no symptoms at all.
A large number of people with celiac disease who undergo a blood test get negative results. these two facts support my theory...
I think theres a lot of people out there with villi atrophy because there intestines are being robbed of glutamine, not because the immune system has attacked their intestines. Here is the cause-and-effect that leads to this problem.
Heavy metal poisoning = Candida + high demand for glutamine + poor digestion = sluggish liver = more heavy metal poisoning = More candida + higher demand for glutamine + poorer digestion.
Eventually you'll have a gut that lacks integrity. It's not a question of whether the intestines are being robbed of glutamine in a crises like the one above. My question is... Is the "robbing" of glutamine cause a flattening of the intestines???