Category Archives: Lab Testing

Gluten Sensitivity and Vitamin Deficiencies

Have You Had Your Nutritional Levels Checked? One of the biggest delays in healing that patients with gluten sensitivity face has to do with the deficiency of vitamins, minerals, and other dietary nutrients.  Many doctors check their patients for iron deficiency, but fail to check other essential nutrients like vitamin C, calcium, magnesium, selenium, zinc, […]

Glo-3A Antibodies and Celiac Disease

A recent study published in the the Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition identified a new protein in celiac patients that may help detect the disease earlier than some of the traditionally used lab tests. Immune Response to Non Gluten Protein The protein is called Glo-3A.  It is a non gluten storage protein found in […]

What is Gluten Sensitivity? An Easy Explanation To Avoid All the Confusion…

What is the Difference Between Gluten Sensitivity, Intolerance, and Celiac Disease? The difference is very big and it may just surprise you.  Watch the video below to learn more on this, and to learn more about a TRUE gluten free diets Vs. Traditional gluten free diets… Celiac Disease is not the same thing as Gluten […]

Serum Lab Testing for Gluten Sensitivity Inaccurate

A new study confirms more inadequacies in the accuracy of serum lab testing to diagnosis gluten sensitivity and celiac disease… Reports from our clinical laboratory database show that 75% of children <2 years old tested for celiac serology who were found positive for deamidated gliadin peptide (DGP) antibodies had negative results for tissue transglutaminase IgA. […]

Using The Right Lab Test To Identify Food Allergies

Want to Know How Food Allergy Works? I recently invited one of the world’s leading experts in food allergy diagnosis to Houston to speak to a group of my patients.  His name?  Dr. Russell Jaffe, M.D.  In the video he discusses how food and environmental allergies work and how to best identify them. It can […]

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