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Glutenpro Celiac Genesure Genetic Test
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Do you have the genetic markers for celiac disease? This product will provide you with a definitive answer.
The Glutenpro Celiac Genesure Genetic Test tests for the presence of the HLA DQ2 and HLA DQ8 genotypes. A positive test means you are at risk for the disease, but it does not necessarily mean you will develop it. A negative result means you do not have celiac disease and can never develop it.
According to Glutenpro, those who have a family history of celiac, Type 1 diabetes or Downs Syndrome and get lab tests done for celiac disease on a regular basis will no longer have to do this, should their genetic test be negative.
Taking this test is super easy. After your kit arrives in the mail all you do is swab the inside of your cheek three different times using three swabs. Allow the swabs to dry, return them in the envelope provided (you pay postage) and include your personal information, and you'll receive your results in about 10 business days.
My test results indicated that I'm negative, which is good to know for both myself and my kids.
For more information visit: www.glutenpro.com.
Review written by Patricia Seeley.
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