Key Advantages

  • Most comprehensive serological assessment possible
  • Involves Single Test
  • Allows differentiation of Gluten Sensitivity, Allergy, and Coeliac Disease

What Makes Gluten So Problematic As A Source of Food-Based Reactivity?

Due to gluten being, by nature, highly resistant to digestion, gluten has been associated with numerous digestive and inflammatory complaints.

However the degree that this is so, appears to stem well beyond the merely structural. Due to possessing some relatively unique and formidable characteristics of its own, and being invariably accompanied by numerous other potentially disruptive and anti-nutrient compounds, gluten and the grains that contain it, appear to have an entire swathe of physical and metabolic consequences, all of which appear to be almost universally inflammatory.

How Many Ways Are There to Be Sensitive To Gluten?

There is a surprisingly long laundry list of common complications associated with the ingestion of gluten containing grains. Strictly immunologically speaking however, it is most necessary to clinically differentiate between any one individual being:

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