Celiac.com 09/28/2018 - You have suffered from gluten intolerance most of your life, and you wonder how you can find out if you have celiac disease without undergoing an invasive and expensive medical procedure. You also wonder if you don’t have celiac disease, what the likelihood is of developing it during your lifetime?
Have you wondered if you have some level of gluten intolerance or what your chances are of developing celiac disease?
MTHFR.com is one of the few companies, if not the only company, in the market that provides your results with a table that explains to you how likely you are to have celiac disease, not just whether you are positive or negative. Your genetic report will display your HLA-DQ results, which will clearly show you if you have a mutation and what type of mutation you have. The report will also display your likelihood of developing celiac disease as low, high, or very high based on your unique combination of mutations of the HLA-DQ genes.
The more likely you are to develop celiac disease, the more likely you are to develop gluten intolerance. The higher you are on the interpretation table, the more strictly you should avoid gluten.
According to research, a positive result will give you a likelihood of developing celiac disease with an accuracy of 97%, while the negative result's accuracy are over 99%.
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