Hi, I'm Natalie Jill. Let's talk about how many people are gluten intolerant. Gluten is a big buzz word but how many people really can't absorb it, can't use it. Let's first define gluten intolerance versus Celiac Disease. Gluten intolerance means your body does not react well to gluten. You might have stomach issues, you can get a rash, a host of symptoms because your body just does not do well with it, similar to being lactose intolerance. Now Celiac on the other hand means you have an autoimmune disease where your body does not recognize gluten and your immune system does not react well to it. So your body cannot digest the protein found in gluten which is a protein from what, rye and barley. So gluten intolerance and Celiac Disease are two different things. It is estimated that 1 out of every 133 people in the US alone have Celiac or are undiagnosed with it. It's estimated that about 5 to 6% of the population are intolerant to gluten which is different. So Celiac means it's an autoimmune disease, your body doesn't recognize, it cannot process gluten and gluten intolerance means you just have a range of symptoms that you feel when you digest it.