Do You Suspect Celiac Disease?

2.15 Do You Suspect Celiac Disease?

Have  you ever wondered if you have celiac disease?

Tune in to hear how you can know and get feeling your best!

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 Here are a few show notes to quick reference to:

Blood Work: TTG is the abbreviation for tissue transglutaminase, an enzyme that is present in the intestines, as well as in other parts of the body. … There are 2 main types of anti-TTG antibodies, or immunoglobulins, that can be measured when one is tested for celiac disease: TTG IgA and TTG IgG 

*Must be eating gluten to show positive*

Endoscopic Biopsy: The only true way to get a diagnosis

 *Must be eating gluten to show positive*

Carry the gene: HLA-DQ2 or HLA-DQ8 You have to carry one of these genes to have celiac disease. This does not necessarily mean that you have or will ever have celiac disease. It means that you have the ability and an increased risk of developing CD.

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