Coeliac disease is a permanent autoimmune disorder that causes a reaction to gluten, which is found in wheat, barley, rye and oats. It is estimated that 1 in 70 New Zealanders have coeliac disease, but up to 80% of them don't know they have the condition. Read more about coeliac disease.
The following online tools can help you find out if you have the symptoms of coeliac disease.
Note: Don't stop eating gluten based on the assessment results. You must see your doctor to get a confirmed diagnosis. Removing gluten from your diet can lead to a shortage of essential nutrients and so needs to be done only with the advice of your healthcare provider.