Greater Insight Into Your Health, Better Decisions for Your Body

Get to the Root of Gluten Sensitivity

In the last few years, the term “gluten-free” can be found everywhere, and for good reason. Gluten sensitivity can cause more than just an upset stomach. Symptoms can range from nausea and hives to difficulty breathing and malnutrition. Because of a wide range of potential symptoms, gluten sensitivity can be difficult for physicians to diagnose. This is where genetic testing can help. Your DNA can reveal if you’re genetically predisposed to one form of gluten sensitivity, celiac disease. With your genetic analysis you will get personalized diet recommendations describing your diet type and gluten-free food options.

Gluten Free

Greater Insight Into Your Health

Gluten Fit includes 5 traits that help you and your physician determine if genetics play a role in your gluten sensitivity and what type of diet can best help you stay healthy.

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Your Matching Diet

Your Matching Diet

Learn your genetic diet type
4 Traits
Matching Diet
Response to Monosaturated Fats
Response to Polyunsaturated Fats
Omega-6 and Omega-3 Levels
Gluten Sensitivity

Gluten Sensitivity (Celiac)

Discover your genetic risk for celiac-related gluten sensitivity
1 Traits
Celiac-related gluten sensitivity
Recommendations

See What Personalized, Genetic Recommendations Can Do For You

Gain clarity regarding your genetics to help you and your physician understand your gluten sensitivity and develop a diet to meet your nutritional needs. Gluten Fit can help you and your physician create a personalized roadmap designed to lead you toward optimal health.

With Gluten Fit, you’ll learn:

  • If you carry celiac disease-associated alleles that confirm risk for the disease
  • What type of diet best suits you

Get a Handle on Negative Side Effects

Many people don’t realize that health issues they’re experiencing, like rashes, fatigue, nausea or hunger, are due to celiac disease. Continuing to consume gluten can wreak havoc on your intestines and cause long term damage. With genetic testing, you can determine if you are at low or high risk to develop celiac disease, and you can adjust your diet to fit your body’s needs.

Determine if Genetics Play a Role

Because celiac disease is difficult to diagnose, it may run in your family without anyone realizing it. By looking at your specific allelic variants of your HLA family of genes, genetic testing can help you determine if genetics play a role in your gluten sensitivity. As a result, you’ll have a greater understanding of the root cause of your gluten intolerance, as well as next steps to take.

Act now towards making healthier decisions

Know your genes and how they factor into your health and diet. Get your personalized genetic report that offers insight into your gluten sensitivity and the type of diet that works best for you so you can take proactive steps in caring for your body and feeling healthy