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    No, the studies are NOT very clear.   If they were, leading celiac research centers would be recommending an AN-PEP as a treatment for the prevention or reduction of cross contamination (not a replacement for the gluten free diet).  But it M...
    With a positive TTG IgA it's about a 98% chance you have a celiac disease but there is a 2% chance you could have a false positive caused by another autoimmune disease. That's why they do the biopsies, you don't want to have an incorrect DX...
    I certainly had many more sinus/ear infections before I went gluten-free. I have a brother that is not a celiac but does have Sarcoidosis and your case sounds similar to his. He is only 34. Only way to find out for sure is to have the testing...