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We utilize the screening gold standard — the highly sensitive Tissue Transglutaminase (tTG) Antibody, or tTG-IgA biomarker. For an even more comprehensive view of your results, we also screen for three additional biomarkers: tTG-lgG, DGP-IgG and DGP-IgA, designed to identify immunoglobulin deficiencies. Together, these unique biomarkers provide a complete analysis that goes beyond baseline testing to help you better understand your condition.
Measure your body's response to gluten with gold standard biomarkers tTg-IgG, DGP-IgG & DGP-IgA.
Yes, men have celiac disease too. It was once thought that celiac disease was primarily found in white, middle-aged, wealthy women. It’s a fact that 60-70% of those diagnosed with celiac disease are women. Women are also more likely to have an autoimmune disease overall.
As part of our ongoing goal of supporting patients with celiac disease, here's our second part Q&A with Dr. Stefano Guandalini.
Do some foods make you feel more like a balloon than a human? Some amounts of gas and bloating are considered normal. But, excess gas and bloating can be uncomfortable and embarrassing.
Gluten seems to be the newest nutritional villain found on every menu, but does it deserve to be? Gluten-free diets are more popular than ever, even for those that are not diagnosed with celiac disease. Is there a real reason to avoid gluten or is it just another passing fad diet?
Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease that affects at least 3 million people in the US, and many of them are undiagnosed. Because there are hundreds of symptoms, and in some cases, no symptoms at all — it can be incredibly challenging to diagnose, and leave patients with a flood of questions.
May is a special month at imaware™ - The whole month is designated to Celiac Disease Awareness, a month to bring awareness to celiac disease, to increase diagnosis rates, and to fundraise for research efforts towards a cure.