How To Test for Gluten Sensitivities or Celiac Disease


Cyrex Labs Food Sensitivity Testing

Functional tests are laboratory tests that address the functions of the various systems of the body.  The tests are designed to assess such diverse areas of health as adrenal function, detoxification capacity, digestive function, overall immune system function, vitamin and mineral status, energy metabolism, inflammation and much more.  Functional tests use saliva, urine, stool and blood to provide the information to improve health status and upon which to develop customized nutrition and lifestyle programs.

These are specialized blood tests to identify delayed food reactions that are hard to determine from conventional allergy testing.   When food sensitivities are present there could be a multitude of symptoms that are not usually recognized as being caused by food reactions – depression, anxiety, ADD, skin eruptions and rashes, headaches, sinus issues, unresolved digestive issues, joint pain, fibromyalgia, and other inflammatory conditions.

Array 3:  This array is an IgG/IgA antibody test for celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity, including the different epitopes of wheat and similar grains – gluteomorphin, glutenin, deamidated gliadin,

Array 4:  This array tests for those foods that are similar to gluten/gliadin and create immune confusion in which the immune system mistakes these foods for the gluten/gliadin molecule.

Array 10:  This array tests 180 different types of foods both raw and cooked as well as spices, and gums.

Learn how to test for Celiac Disease.
Learn how to test for Celiac Disease.

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