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Brain Fog and Gluten Exposure Survey


Note: This survey has been closed. Stay tuned for updates on the results!

Brain fog after gluten exposureAlthough many patients with celiac disease and gluten intolerance report experiencing “brain fog,” the term is not well understood in the medical community.

In discussion with The Celiac Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) has recognized that this is an important area in need of dedicated study. In an effort to provide some of the information needed to carry out these studies, NFCA is collecting information from people with celiac disease about this important symptom.

Note: In this survey, "gluten exposure" refers to either accidental or purposeful ingestion while already maintaining a gluten-free diet. This survey is open to those who have been diagnosed with celiac disease as well as those who have been diagnosed with non-celiac gluten intolerance or self-diagnosed through the elimination diet. Please read questions carefully to ensure your responses are accurate.

Contact NFCA Healthcare Relations Manager Kristin Voorhees, [email protected], with any questions or comments about this survey.


Complete our Celiac Disease Symptoms Checklist today to find out if you could have celiac disease and how to talk to your doctor about getting tested.