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:: Metametrix IgG + Celiac Combination Blood Test
Metametrix IgG + Celiac Combination Blood Test
What is Celiac Disease?
It is estimated that more than 2 million people in the United States alone have celiac disease. Celiac disease is an autoimmune response to gluten. Inherited factors make some individuals sensitive to a protein called gliadin, which is a part of the total protein or gluten found in grains such as wheat, rye, and barley. When people with celiac disease ingest gluten, their immune system responds by damaging their intestinal villi – the tiny, finger like protrusions lining the small intestine. Villi normally allow nutrients from food to be absorbed through the walls of the small intestine into the bloodstream. Damaged villi can lead to long-term complications from impaired absorption such as malnutrition, anemia, osteoporosis, and miscarriage, among other problems.
Components of the Celiac Test:
IgA human tissue transglutaminase (IgA-tTG)
: Occurs as an immune response to tissue transglutaminase and is rarely found in individuals without celiac disease.
Identifying serum IgA deficiencies are important for two reasons. First, IgA deficiencies can lead to false negatives for IgA-tTG. Second, individuals with an IgA deficiency have a 10 - 21 times greater risk of developing celiac disease.
IgA antigliadin antibody (IgA-AGA):
This antibody develops against gliadin showing consumption of gluten-containing foods that can propagate the enteropathy of celiac disease.
People with celiac disease experience varied symptoms or no symptoms, but can still develop complications of the disease. The following symptoms may indicate a need for a celiac test:
unexplained iron deficient anemia, fatigue, bone and joint pain, arthritis, bone loss or osteoporosis, depression or anxiety, auto immune, tingling of extremities, seizures, infertility or miscarriage, canker sores inside mouth, itchy red rash
83516 x 2 - Gliadin IgA I, Anti-Gliadin IgA II, 82784- IgA
What is an IgG4 response?
IgG4 antibodies are associated with non-atopic or "delayed" food reactions that can worsen or contribute to many different health problems. These reactions are considered the most common form of immunologically mediated food intolerance. An IgG4 response to food is actually more common than the IgE response, which causes an immediate reaction. IgG4 acts as a blocking antibody, protecting the individual from potentially fatal IgE reactions. These reactions are more difficult to notice since they can occur hours or even days after consumption of an offending food. In some cases, a person's reaction to a food may occur several days after eating the offending food and the link between the food and their symptoms may not be connected. These "hidden" food allergies are caused by increasing blood levels of IgG4 antibodies in reaction to specific foods.
This test is for 90 foods that may be causing "delayed" food reactions"
beef, casein, chicken, egg white, egg yolk, milk, pork, turkey,
clam, cod, crab, flounder, halibut, mackerel, oyster, salmon, trout, tuna,
apple, apricot, banana, blueberry, cantaloupe, cranberry, grape, honeydew, lemon, orange, peach, pear, pineapple, strawberry, watermelon,
barley, corn, oat, rice, rye, wheat,
beans/string, lentil, navy bean, pea/green, peanut, pinto bean, soybean,
aspergillus, black pepper, chocolate, cinnamon, coffee, ginger, malt, tea, vanilla, yeast/baker's, yeast/brewer's Nuts & Seeds: almonds, cashew, coconut, pecan, pistachio, sesame, sunflower, walnut,
asparagus, avocado, broccoli, cabbage, carrot, cauliflower, celery, cucumber, garlic, lettuce, mushroom, olive, onion, pepper/green, potato, spinach, sweet potato, tomato, zucchini
Metametrix Innovation in IgG Antibody Testing
New patent-pending IgG4 assay allows our test to show less false positives leading to better patient compliance. First test to quantitate IgG4 Eliminates non-specific binding, lowering false positives without rejecting true positives
86001 x 90 Allergen Specific IgG quantitative or semiquantitative each allergen.
EASY 3 STEP PROCESS:
1. Place your order and the test kit will be mailed to you right away.
2. Take the kit to a local lab/clinic and ask for a blood draw. (if you need assistance finding a lab email us and we will find one for you)
3. Results will be mailed to your within 3 weeks with a full color interpretation and rotation diet.
BENEFITS OF ORDERING FROM NUTRITIONALLY YOURS.
1. Test kits are mailed out right away
2. Great customer service over the phone and via email.
3. Years of experience successfully helping people feel better!
4. Convenient, confidential nutritional tests on "your" terms.
Testing and Medication:
immuno-suppressive drugs like cortisone need to be out of the body for 8 weeks prior to testing.
Note: do not reduce or stop any medications without consulting your medical doctor first
Directions for online orders:
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Disclaimer: All of the Nutritionally Yours test kits are to be used for educational and research purposes only, they are not intended to diagnose, cure or treat any medical condition.
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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 18 June, 2009.
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