I had not really done anything about her diet since her test results came back because it was such a LOW number that it hardly seemed worth the headache of making everyone aware that they should not feed her gluten--not to mention how hard it would be in our house of seven to keep from having CC issues.
I'm presuming this is the same daughter who you tested with Enterolab? If so, did they make you aware that a positive is a positive via their test, it's not a case of low positive being less serious than high positive. They have a note about this in the results, or at least they used to. Think of it like a pregnancy test - you can't be a little bit pregnant, it's yes or no. If your daughter scored an 11 and the cut-off for gluten intolerance is 10, then she is most definitely and forever gluten intolerant and every morsel of gluten she ingests is damaging her. I'm sure Enterolab would be happy to back this up if you called or emailed them. Please for your daughter's sake take her positive result as seriously as if it were a 300.