Is there a test for gluten issues?
Research suggests that 0.4%, 1%, and 6% of the general population have a wheat allergy, celiac disease, or gluten sensitivity respectively.
You can test IgE-related reactions to determine if you have a wheat allergy.
According to a recent article, you can now avoid getting a biopsy to diagnose Celiac disease. "A combination of four tests (IgA anti-dpgli, IgG anti-dpgli, IgA anti- tissue transglutaminase, and IgA anti-endomysium) yielded positive and negative predictive values of 99% and 100%..."- (see link "Intestinal Biopsy is not Always Required to Diagnose Celiac Disease")
Unfortunately, there are currently no laboratory tests available to determine if you have gluten-sensitivity. Gluten-sensitivity is best discovered by completing an Elimination Diet for a minimum of 28 days and then adding gluten-containing foods back in to see if you have a negative response.
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