Yeah, like I assumed.. Djokovic does not have coeliac disease, but gluten intolerance. Which is different. What bugs me.. is the way Dr. Cetojevic diagnosed it... According to his words, he diagnosed it using his SCIO machine... Now.. in medicine, that is not how you diagnose any kind of allergies. And now here - they are talking about ELISA tests.. Funny..
Gluten intolerance is defined as celiac disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity, or gluten allergy (yes, there are people with an allergic response, similar to others with other allergies). There isn't even a definitive test for non-celiac gluten sensitivity. They haven't come out with one. For celiac disease, there are tests, including the "gold standard" endoscopic biopsy. I don't doubt that he has NCGS, his response to the dietary changes is proof enough. I have no idea what testing he went through, maybe he goes into it in the book. I work in a medical lab and I had no idea what testing I needed before I researched it, my doctors didn't even know.