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Post Diagnosis, Recovery & Treatment of Celiac Disease

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  1. Newly gluten-free And Really Thirsty?

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  5. It's Finally Done!

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  6. Migraines And Going Gluten Free

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  8. Grain Free Diet? 1 2

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  9. Silent Celiac: Newbie Question

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  10. Gluten Sensitivity - Concentration

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  11. Feeling So Horrible

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  12. Recently Diagnosis And Not Feeling Well..

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  14. Hair Loss/thinning

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  15. Recovery Time?

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  16. Celiac Or Not?

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    you didn't have a biopsy with the endoscopy? I dont think there is such a thing as celiac level high..  if you have high anti bodies then you probably have celiac
    I can't answer your question about the reputation of the laboratory you reference but my larger concern is about the methodology of the naturopath. I am certainly aware that improvement in serum analyzing technology allows for smaller blood samples to be used for testing but a finger prick blood sample just seems too small to allow for the various antibody tests that are generally performed when...
    I just had a finger prick blood test sent away by a naturopath to this company. Are ther reputable?