Cyrex Array 3X: Wheat/Gluten Proteome Reactivity & Autoimmunity
More than one wheat protein can cause Gluten Sensitivity – Cyrex Labs tests for multiple peptides of gluten
Being Gluten Sensitive isn’t as black-and-white as once thought. Actually, gluten is a misnomer – “gliadin” is the portion of wheat that triggers an immune response in people (since “gluten” is commonly used I will stick with that term). It also has been discovered that wheat is made up of more than 100 different components that can cause a reaction, not just one (gliadin).
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Cyrex Array 4: Gluten-Associated Sensitivity and Cross-Reactive Foods
In cross-reactivity, the body may mistake another food for gluten and react accordingly. Array 4 tests for 24 different foods that may be causing cross-reactivity or are newly introduced to the diet or over-consumed favorites.
One of the most frustrating scenarios for both the practitioner and the patient is when a gluten-free diet fails to have any effect on a person who seems so clearly gluten sensitive. Newer research shows this may be due to cross-reactivity.
In cross-reactivity, the body mistakes another food for gluten and reacts accordingly. Array 4 tests for 24 different foods that may be causing cross-reactivity or are newly introduced to the diet or over-consumed favorites.
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