Gluten intolerance, often called celiac disease, is one of the most common food intolerances which can cause a great number of digestive problems.
It takes on average 11 years before a completely accurate diagnosis can be made. It is estimated that during this time, when wrong conclusions from various examinations are often drawn, up to 12% of untreated cases have subsequently fatal health consequences. If a genetically-determined intolerance to gluten is diagnosed, it is possible to avoid further complications thanks to an individual diet plan.
The genetic sensor test for gluten focuses on analyzing two essential genes that contribute by their genetic damage to the formation of an intolerance to gluten. If the tests reveal damage, you will get detailed instructions on how to recognize the early signs of an intolerance to gluten and also how to change your diet in order to avoid health complications.