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What is Celiac Disease?

Celiac Disease is a serious autoimmune condition that causes an immune response to the ingestion of gluten containing foods

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50% of people with cardiovascular diseases have normal cholesterol
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3.6 Million

Over 1.1% Americans are currently affected by Celiac disease[1]

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80%

Of those who are affected are currently undiagnosed[1,2]

DEFINING CELIAC DISEASE

Celiac disease is one of the most under diagnosed diseases in the world. A common disorder that affects almost 3 million Americans, it is a condition where the absorptive surface of the small intestine is damaged by a substance called gluten. Gluten can be found in wheat, rye, barley, and other cross bred grains. This damage leads results in an inability of the body to absorb nutrients which are necessary for a healthy body.


recognizing the symptoms

You may have celiac disease if you have experienced any of the following symptoms:

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Bloating
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Weight Loss
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Cramps
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Digestion Issues

You may have celiac disease if a family member, especially a first-degree member has been diagnosed.[3]

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Our Celiac Disease Tests

Celiac Disease Screening Test

The most comprehensive at-home test for celiac disease

Celiac Disease Monitoring Test

Validate the effectiveness of your gluten-free diet

The imaware™ Cardiovascular Health Journey

Begin by establishing your baseline...

Step 1

Start your cardiovascular health journey by establishing a baseline of a broad spectrum of cardiovascular related biomarkers. This will help monitor your progress moving forward and adapt accordingly.

Cardiovascular Health Test

Our test will review your detailed cholesterol profile, inflammation and a prediabetes/diabetes screen

The imaware™ testing flow for people with diabetes or family history

First, understand if you have diabetes or prediabetes

Step 1

Baseline your risk by measuring two important measures related to diabetes. When detected earlier, people with prediabetes can stop the onset of diabetes.

Prediabetes/Diabetes Test

The only at-home test to measure both hemoglobin A1c (Hb-A1c) and fasting glucose together.

Next, identify hidden genetic risks

Step 2

40% of people have the Haptoglobin (Hp2) 2-2 gene variant, and those with diabetes are at a 500% increased risk of heart attack or stroke

Haptoglobin Genetic Test

The only at-home test to validate your haptoglobin genotype for assessing cardiovascular risk

Next, identify critical hidden risks...

Review your Genetic Risk

1 in 5 people globally have inherited high Lp(a) and most don't know they're at 2 - 4x higher risk of cardiovascular disease, yet this isn't tested in traditional cholesterol panels

Lipoprotein(a) Test

Our Lp(a) test will help determine the lipid-based cardiovascular risk for yourself and your loved ones

Understand your Inflammation Risk

50% of people with heart attacks have normal cholesterol.  Lp-PLA2 (or PLAC) is an independent risk factor and a better measure of plaque rupture than hs-CRP

Lp-PLA2 (PLAC) Test

Our PLAC test can help identify hidden inflammation risk in people over the age of 45

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Our Wellness Tests

Men's Health & Wellness Test

Our comprehensive men's health test that reviews 16 indicators of a man's overall health

Women's Health & Wellness Test

Our comprehensive women's health test that reviews 15 indicators of a woman's overall health

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How Do We Accurately Test?

biomarkers and our screening method

A celiac-specific biomarker is a measurable indicator of your body's response or condition to gluten. We utilized the screening gold standard, the highly sensitive Tissue Transglutaminase (tTG) Antibody, or tTG-IgA biomarker. It’s accuracy rate is over 95%[4] when screening the celiac population. To give you an even more comprehensive view of your results, we also screen for three additional biomarkers: tTG-lgG, DGP-IgG and DGP-IgA.[5]


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Dr. Guandalini
Professor Emeritus at University of Chicago
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Dr. Schuppan
Discovered the tTG biomarker for use in the identification of Celiac Disease
medical advisory team

imaware™ has designed and validated this at-home health test alongside world-renowned medical professionals.

We pride ourselves in creating an easy to understand report that you can feel comfortable sharing with your healthcare professional.

Your healthcare professional will then discuss the next step of completing a small intestine biopsy to evaluate and diagnose your celiac disease condition.

AT-HOME MONITORING

Monitoring Celiac Disease After Diagnosis

After diagnosis, it is recommended for patients to be monitored to ensure that their lifestyle and dietary changes are in fact improving their condition.

biomarkers and our monitoring method

We utilize the same screening biomarkers to track your progression. We then plot this onto an easy to read graph so you can ensure you're heading towards healing.

engaging your health professional sooner

The results of our monitoring test should be shared with your healthcare provider to ensure that additional evaluation or testing is not required.

Tracking the reduction of celiac disease specific biomarkers over time
our mission

Working to Find a Solution

Celiac Disease, like many auto-immune diseases, has no cure. It takes the average American over 3 years from recognizing symptoms to be diagnosed with celiac disease.[6]

The best way to fight this disease is through early detection allowing a patient to adjust their lifestyle habits and improve their overall quality of life and reduce unnecessary pain and suffering.

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our PARTNERs

imaware™ works alongside the leading celiac disease organizations to help bring awareness, increase the use of convenient screening and engage in earlier diagnosis and treatment.We are also actively working on research and studies together to help find a way to potentially cure celiac disease.

why imaware™

What Makes Our Tests Different:

imaware™ is the only independently validated and scientifically peer-reviewed at-home testing platform in the United States.

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Easy & Convenient

imaware™ tests use a simple and painless process that can be completed in just a few minutes

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Fast & Accurate

Samples are tested using leading-edge Microarray equipment, and are validated by world-class doctors

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World-Class Doctors

Each test is designed and validated alongside world-renowned medical doctors and scientific researchers

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Easy & Convenient

imaware™ tests use a simple and painless process that can be completed in just a few minutes

Learn more

Fast & Accurate

Samples are tested using leading-edge Microarray equipment, and are validated by world-class doctors

Learn more

World-Class Doctors

Each test is designed and validated alongside world-renowned medical doctors and scientific researchers

Learn more
Our mission is to reduce the number of undiagnosed celiac patients.

How Does The Test Work?

The imaware™ home collection kit is easy to use, painless and requires only 3-5 drops of blood. Test requests are evaluated and if appropriate, authorized by a physician.

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Draw 3-5 drops of blood

Use the pain-free lancet by pressing it against the tip of your finger and press the button

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Capture Sample

Capture the sample into your collection device

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Secure and return collection device

Secure the collection device, and mail it back to us with the provided return label

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Check your results online

Within 5 days we'll send you an email link to view your results online

Want to know how the kit works before it arrives? Check out our instructional video!

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PREPARING FOR A CELIAC DISEASE SCREENING

Celiac Disease requires the presence of gluten to trigger

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You need to be ingesting gluten on a daily basis for this test to be accurate
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There is no need to fast before taking this test
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Return your sample to the mailbox on the same day

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support@imaware.health1-855-502-9273

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  1. Choung RS, Larson SA, Khaleghi S, Rubio-Tapia A, Ovsyannikova IG, King KS, Larson JJ, Lahr BD, Poland GA, Camilleri MJ, Murray JA. 2017.
    Prevalence and Morbidity of Undiagnosed Celiac Disease From a Community-Based Study.
    Gastroenterology Mar;152(4):830-839. doi: 10.1053/j.gastro.2016.11.043
  2. Choung RS, Ditah IC, Nadeau AM, et al.
    Trends and racial ethnic disparities in gluten-sensitive problems in the United States: findings from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys from 1988 to 2012.
    Am J Gastroenterol. 2015Mar;110(3):455-61. doi: 10.1038/ajg.2015.8
  3. Wessels MMS, de Rooij N, Roovers L, Verhage J, de Vries W, Mearin ML. 2018.
    Towards an individual screening strategy for first-degree relatives of celiac patients.
    Eur J Pediatr 2018 Nov;177(11):1585-1592. doi: 10.1007/s00431-018-3199-6
  4. Hill ID. 2005.
    What are the sensitivity and specificity of serologic tests for celiac disease? Do sensitivity and specificity vary in different populations?
    Gastroenterology. 2005 Apr;128(4 Suppl 1):S25-32.
  5. Terryberry J, Tuomi J, Perampalam S, Peloquin R, Brouwer E, Schuppan D, Guandalini S
    Diagnostic accuracy of a fully automated multiplex celiac disease antibody panel for serum and plasma.
    Clin Chem Lab Med. 2019 Jul 26;57(8):1207-1217. doi: 10.1515/cclm-2019-0088.
  6. Paez MA, Gramelspacher AM, Sinacore J, Winterfield L, Venu M. 2017.
    Delay in Diagnosis of Celiac Disease in Patients Without Gastrointestinal Complaints.
    Am J Med. 2017 Nov;130(11):1318-1323. doi: 10.1016/j.amjmed.2017.05.027.