I'm thinking alot of us have systems that just can't handle alot of gluten. And I'm thinking the test doesn't always show positive, but you can still benefit from cutting back on carbs. I know someone who tested negative, but her doctor proceded as if she did have a gluten sensitivity...........and she improved a ton.
So I'm thinking everyone who has symptoms of GERD and IBS, allergies, etc., should try a low gluten or gluten-free diet.
I think alot of people just accept that if a certain test is negative, they think that's not a problem. But I think that's not true. What could it hurt to try a low or gluten free diet? That's what I would suggest.
(But......I'm having trouble practicing what I preach!!! ;))