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  1. Thanks. The mfr did not note a separate processing line. I believe there is a low risk, but as they note themselves, the risk of cross contamination cannot be ruled out. I will be asking if there is something else. I'm actually surprised a product designed for gut health would not be tested...
  2. Hello: I was advised by a Naturopath to take Digest Forte to help break the ongoing cycle of acid reflux inflammation I get periodically. As it is a natural product, there is no testing to confirm gluten free, and the mfr said (I called them) that they do not add gluten to the tablets, but they...
  3. Thank you for the reply. I had (what I thought) totally de-glutened my home, bought new utensils, etc. I only use gluten-free creams, lip balms, sunscreen, etc. I really thought I was doing everything right which is why it's very discouraging that one of the test level is still positive. I...
  4. It's the Tissue Transglutaminase Ab IgA. I am very disciplined with my food. I don't eat out; I primarily buy organic and even organic meats; dressings, sauces, etc are all gluten free. I even checked to see if my thyroid medication is gluten-free...apparently it is, so I am at a loss. The...
  5. Hello: I was diagnosed with celiac in May 2019. Have been on a strict gluten-free diet ever since. Recent retests of IgG showed negative but IgA is still showing positive. IgA has declined since starting gluten-free diet but still >20. Is this a normal occurrence. First test of IgG...