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What Do My Lab Results Mean

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I got my EnteroLab results but I'm not sure what the levels mean.

Gluten Sensitivity

Anti-gliadin IgA 151 units

Anti-tissue Transglutaminase IgA 28 units

Quantitative Microscopic Fecal fat Score 414 units

Anti-casein 37 units

I understand they they are elevated but what is just high and what is extremely high? If some results are close to normal can I just keep them in the diet? for example Egg, Yeast and such is at 17 units. (below 10 is normal)

How long will it take to feel results from removing gluten? Can I keep eggs and milk in and just deal with gluten?

any information would be helpful

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