Tammy BarneyTammy Barney

@Yenni said:

I had two regular blood tests done..probably 10 years apart. Both negative for gluten. Kept on getting sicker and sicker.. I could hardly walk to the mail box in the end. Then I heard of Eneterolab and was tested 2006.
Gluten and Casein was positive. Soy was just under normal and I don’t feel good at all eating that so I don’t.

DNA test at EnteroLab showed :

HLA-DQB1 Molecular analysis, Allele 1 0201
HLA-DQB1 Molecular analysis, Allele 2 0502
Serologic equivalent: HLA-DQ 2,1 (Subtype 2,5)

I was told I have a gene for Celiac disease and one for gluten sensitivity. My levels were not leveled a lot, but I felt so, so sick. It took about a year and a half for my energy to get much better and I am no where near as bad as I was back then.
I need to cut out all grain though, and sugar. I can’t do any processed foods. I know it, but have additional allergies to stone fruits, nuts… Felt slightly panicky with the options..
I see a very supportive chiropractor. I am going to start fermenting cabbage to get probiotics here, because I have not been able to find a probiotic that I can tolerate.
I am not well enough. What I am doing is not enough, so I heard of your site and just ordered the cookbook. I am tired of feeling sick still.

So my question about the lab, are they accurate?