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Cyrex array 3 for non celiac gluten sensitivity
Cyrex array 3 for non celiac gluten sensitivity
Cyrex array 3 for non celiac gluten sensitivity
Cyrex array 3 for non celiac gluten sensitivity
Cyrex array 3 for non celiac gluten sensitivity
Cyrex array 3 for non celiac gluten sensitivity
Cyrex array 3 for non celiac gluten sensitivity
Cyrex array 3 for non celiac gluten sensitivity
Cyrex array 3 for non celiac gluten sensitivity
Cyrex array 3 for non celiac gluten sensitivity
Cyrex array 3 for non celiac gluten sensitivity
Cyrex array 3 for non celiac gluten sensitivity
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Cyrex array 3 for non celiac gluten sensitivity

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How do you know if you need to be tested for gluten sensitivity? If you're breathing. …

How do you know if you need to be tested for gluten sensitivity? If you're breathing.

We are all at risk for the emerging syndrome called Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity (NCGS). Even if you have been tested in the past for celiac disease, because of the limited ability of tests routinely used in clinical practice, you may still suffer from gluten mediated symptoms and conditions.

Moreover, NCGS is frequently missed because it often shows up as extra-intestinal symptoms such as brain fog, depression, anxiety, pain, and headaches.

Most importantly, newer generation testing technologies are finally sensitive enough to determine if your historically hard to diagnose symptoms might actually turn out to be due gluten and/or other dietary toxins.

One such test, and the one we use most often at Health Remedies, is the Cyrex Array 3.

Check, check, check it out.

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  • 1. Sensitivity to Do You Need to be (Re)Tested? Image credit: http://www.123rf.com/profile_incomible
  • 2. Probably. Here’s why(in case you’ve missed the news) - Gluten sensitivity/intolerance (Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity ((NCGS))) has been associated with many symptoms and conditions.
  • 3. Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity (NCGS) • An emerging syndrome in people who have tested negative for celiac disease and wheat allergy and who have symptoms that are evoked by ingestion of gluten. Effect of gluten free diet on immune response to gliadin in patients with non-celiac gluten sensitivity. Caio G, Volta U, Tovoli F, De Giorgio R. BMC Gastroenterol. 2014 Feb 13;14(1):26.
  • 4. Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity (NCGS) • NCGS is characterized by gastro-intestinal (GI)symptoms as well as symptoms that affect other parts of your body and brain: GI Symptoms • GERD • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) • Bloating • Cramping • Constipation • Diarrhea Systemic Symptoms • “Fog brain” • Headaches • Fatigue • Depression • Anxiety • Pain • Eczema/rash Effect of gluten free diet on immune response to gliadin in patients with non-celiac gluten sensitivity. Caio G, Volta U, Tovoli F, De Giorgio R. BMC Gastroenterol. 2014 Feb 13;14(1):26.
  • 5. Moreover, gluten has been implicated in the rise of Diseases of Civilization.
  • 6. The Background • Chronic degenerative conditions (Diseases of Civilization – DOCs) are on the rise and have overtaken infections as the major source of death and illness in the world. • This epidemiological transition is due, at least in part, to environmental changes that have increased the disease liability of genetic profiles that were previously benign. Cordain L, Eaton SB, Sebastian A, Mann N, Lindeberg S, Watkins BA, O'Keefe JH, Brand-Miller J.. Am J Clin Nutr. 2005 Feb;81(2):341-54. Raison CL, Lowry CA, Rook GA. Arch Gen Psychiatry. 2010 Dec;67(12):1211-24.
  • 7. One of these environmental changes is
  • 8. To Review: Tight Junction (TJ) Disassembly (“Leaky Gut Syndrome”) leads to disruption of gut lining allowing dietary and environmental toxins to leak into your body. (and other dietary compounds) Increased Immune Surveillance mistakes food for foreign invaders. Antibodies, Autoimmunity, and Oxidative Stress ensue. Poor Absorption of nutrient leads to multiple deficiencies. Altered Gut Microbial Ecology causes an imbalance of microbial powers which: • Magnifies life stressors • Amplifies your immune response • Inhibits corrective homeostatic measures.
  • 9. I Can’t Say It Loudly Enough: JUST BECAUSE YOU HAVE TESTED NEGATIVE FOR CELIAC AND WHEAT ALLERGY IN THE PAST DOES NOT MEAN YOU DO NOT HAVE GLUTEN SENSITIVITY!
  • 10. Which is why, when we test, we use the gold standard: Cyrex Array 3 – Wheat Gluten Autoimmunity Reactivity Profile. Routine tests for “celiac disease” miss too many case of NCGS. Cyrex Array 3 – Wheat Gluten Autoimmunity Reactivity Profile is the most sensitive test available for gluten reactivity. Measuring immune response to an array of wheat antigens increases the sensitivity and specificity, and will provide greater confidence in formulation of a diagnosis that allows for better patient compliance with a gluten-free diet.
  • 11. Available at Healthremedies.com Toll Free: (800) 385-7863 Fax: (941) 371-7667 info@healthremedies.com

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