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  1. [quote name='Skylark' timestamp='1307861997'] ... there were people in Fine's data who were negative for anti-gliadin and still felt better gluten-free. [/quote] Also, Dr. O'Bryan states that up tp 50% of those tested will test negative with anti-gliadin. That is why...
  2. Just to add another positive anti-tTTG test from Enterolabs. My 6 year old daughter's test read 19 units with <10 being normal.
  3. [quote name='Lori2' timestamp='1309641256'] A year ago, when my celiac panel came back negative, I did the Enterolab stool testing. My anti-gliaden was positive (219, normal less than 10) but I do not have the DQ2 or DQ8 gene. Since I could find no understandable information about...
  4. but what if the 29% of the healthy volunteers actually had atypical symptoms...those that are unnoticeable. dr, Tom O'Bryan says that only 1 of 8 actually feel the "typical" symptoms of bloating and other tummy problems. What if those 29% had issues that weren't noticed yet. ...