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Celiac Screening Panel
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Celiac Disease is an autoimmune disorder in which the body produces autoantibodies, Immunoglobulin A or Immunoglobulin G, which attack gluten that a person with Celiac Disease eats.  Gluten is a protein found in many foods including Wheat, and in dietary proteins found in Rye and Barley.

If a person with Celiac Disease eliminates foods and products containing gluten from their diet, autoantibody levels should fall.  If the levels don’t fall it is possible that the person has a form of the disease that doesn’t respond to gluten elimination or there are hidden sources of gluten still in the diet.  These can be in unsuspected foods and products such as salad dressings, cough syrup or even the adhesive on an envelope.  Some people are extremely sensitive to gluten and will need to remove all sources of it from their diet.


  1. Celiac Disease Panel

    Celiac Disease Panel

    Celiac Disease is an autoimmune disorder in which the body produces autoantibodies, Immunoglobulin A or Immunoglobulin G, which attack gluten that a person with Celiac Disease eats. Gluten is a protein found in many foods including Wheat, and in dietary proteins found in Rye and Barley.
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