Review the common scenarios above to determine where you may exhibit risky behavior. Utilize an elimination diet if you have to by cutting back to naturally gluten-free, unprocessed foods you make yourself, and then slowly introduce higher risk foods while continuing to test your urine and stool. Keeping a food diary might help you to identify patterns. Some people experience symptoms hours or days after an exposure, so it might be difficult to pin down the exact source of gluten. Don’t be discouraged, though. Thankfully, new tools like Gluten Detect can help you identify the clues of your discomfort and, ultimately, help you take control over your health once again.