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Take the Quiz. Are You Gluten Intolerant?

The easiest way to find out if you are at risk of being gluten intolerant is to screen for gluten intolerance genetic mutations.

Gluten intolerance has as strong heritable component – 80% concordance in identical twins.

If you have genetic mutations that increase your risk of being gluten intolerant, it’s recommended that you avoid gluten. If you continue to eat gluten you maybe at an increased risk of a wide range of symptoms and health conditions. It is difficult to know if you are gluten intolerant, you can’t make this judgement by looking for gut symptoms. Only 1 in 3 people who are gluten intolerant experience any obvious gut symptoms. Intolerance to gluten can manifest in many different ways.

If you answer yes to any of the following you are recommended to screen for gluten intolerance.
  1. Have an autoimmune disease (or a family member with an autoimmune disease).
  2. Have gut pain or discomfort (pain, bloating, diarrhoea, constipation).
  3. Have a diagnosed gastrointestinal disease (or a family member with gastrointestinal disease) such as IBS, Crohn’s, Celiac, Ulcerative Colitis or Diverticulitis.
  4. Eat grains and pasta containing gluten (wheat, barley, rye).
  5. Get headaches or migraines.
  6. Suffer from fatigue.
  7. Have joint aches and pains.
  8. Allergies and hay fever.
  9. Skin rashes and redness.

Genetic screening is preventive, predictive healthcare. Find out if gluten is a risk factor for you developing a range of diseases.

Genetic researches state that if we screened gluten intolerance mutations in children under the age of 12 months we could change the risk and trajectory of autoimmune disease. Read Gluten Intolerance. The Autoimmune Fallout

Contact us today to get started on your Personalised Health Journey.

Order your Food Intolerances + Allergies Package. The group of DNA reports that identify food intolerances and allergies.