Genetic Testing For Gluten Sensitivity and Celiac Disease
One of the most common questions pertaining to gluten sensitivity and celiac disease? How do I get tested? Serum blood tests and lab tests are fraught with error and inaccuracies. A number of research studies have confirmed this. Many patients have these tests performed, the results come back negative, yet they still respond to a gluten free diet. Why?
Many people go on a gluten free diet and feel better despite lab results. This works great if you are an adult capable of making your own decisions, but what about children? In my clinic I see this problem frequently.
The following video will explain the answer to this question and more. Additionally, this video will break down genetic testing of gluten sensitivity for you. If you have had negative biopsy or blood tests for gluten intolerance or celiac disease find out now by watching…
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