Gluten’s Relationship to Serious Disease & Early Detection
October 23, 2014
Detectiong Non-Celiac Gluten Cyrex Laboratories
Peace of mind. It’s what medical testing is for, right? Your doctor orders it, it comes back clear, and that’s that. Or is it? Did you know that if you or your doctor suspects gluten or non-gluten wheat sensitivity and orders a standard blood test, you may be one of 50-75% of people whose results aren’t accurate? It’s a staggering statistic whose implications are ominous: Gluten and non-gluten wheat protein reactivity are precursors to a myriad of serious medical issues including autoimmune diabetes, neurological disorders, joint autoimmunity, tissue damage, liver disease and even Alzheimer’s. Today, medical experts like Dr. Chad Larson have a new weapon for early diagnosis: the Array 3 by Cyrex Laboratories. Cyrex is a leading research and development laboratory in the field of environmentally-induced autoimmunity and early detection testing tools. Watch as Dr. Larson explains how this groundbreaking new test could help prevent decades of serious medical complication in the lives of millions.
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