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Are Celiac Biomarker Tests Worth It?

Celiac disease (celiac disease) affects people in many different ways making it difficult to diagnose. In fact, there are more than 300 different symptoms of celiac disease and they can affect all areas of the body. To further complicate things, some people with celiac disease won’t even know they have it as the symptoms may not be visible.

But no matter if the symptoms are clear or not, everyone that has celiac disease is prone to run into serious health problems later down the line.

Around 1 in 100 people around the world are affected by celiac disease in one way or another. This means that many many people have celiac disease right now and they don’t even know it.

For this reason alone, it’s important to know if you have celiac disease so you can make a lifestyle change and avoid long-term damage.

Here are some other reasons why celiac biomarker tests are worth using.

Blood Tests To Confirm If You Have Celiac Disease

This is the most obvious reason to use a celiac biomarker test. If you don’t take the test in the first place, you won’t know if you actually have celiac disease.

This becomes problematic as if you are still consuming gluten in your diet, you are leaving yourself exposed to severe health problems. The same problems will occur if you have a lot of contact with gluten even if it’s not directly included in your diet.

If you are already on a gluten-free diet before taking the test, the results of the test will be invalid. You must be tested for the disease before you make the switch.

Celiac Disease Has No Cure

The only way to “cure” celiac disease is by switching to a gluten-free lifestyle. Even in our modern times, there is no other way to treat celiac disease.

Unless you know that you have celiac disease, you won’t know that you must switch to a gluten-free diet.

This makes it important to get a celiac biomarker test. The only other way to find out if you have celiac disease is by seeing a specialist which can cost you thousands of dollars. 

Save yourself a lot of time and money. The quicker you know that you have celiac disease, the quicker you can switch to a gluten-free diet and begin to live a healthier life.

Undiagnosed Celiac Disease Can Lead To Serious Health Problems

Celiac disease lasts for a lifetime. If you have it, unfortunately, there is no getting away from it. 

Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease. This means that your body attacks itself instead of the disease.

Initial signs of celiac disease include fatigue, diarrhea, bloating and weight loss. However, if left untreated, it can lead to more severe health problems.

These include Type 1 diabetes and muscular sclerosis. In women, celiac disease can have problems with fertility and during pregnancy, the chances of having a miscarriage go up considerably.

Celiac disease can also lead to intestinal cancer if left untreated. The symptoms of this are similar to stomach cramps so it can be tough to diagnose. 

A celiac biomarker test ensures that these symptoms are not confused with anything else and you can avoid serious health problems. 

Celiac Disease Is Hereditary

If you have celiac disease, there is a good chance that someone in your family also has it or will develop it over time. According to celiac.org, 1 in 10 people with a first-degree relative with celiac disease (ie a parent, child or sibling) risk developing celiac disease.

This makes it important for everyone in your family to use a celiac biomarker test. Even if you don’t have it, someone close to you easily could.

It doesn’t matter how old you are either. While it mostly affects children, celiac disease can strike at any time. 

Celiac Biomarker Tests Are Easy To Use

I’ve recently ordered and conducted the imawareTM celiac biomarker test. imawareTM is a startup out of Austin, Texas, taking on the celiac disease diagnostics market.

I only needed to take 5 minutes out of my day to take the test. The results are all verified by real doctors so I was sure that they were accurate and reliable. 

I simply had to draw a few drops of blood (pain-free!), collect them into the provided microtube and send them off for analysis. And I received the results within 5 days.

When the results are ready, they were shown to me in an easy-to-read report. 

Children With Celiac Disease Require Certification

In the US, children with celiac disease are considered disabled under the Americans With Disabilities Act. Without the proper documentation signed by a physician, your child’s school may not be able to satisfy their dietary requirements.

If your child has celiac disease, they will need a proper diagnosis record. Only then can they get the care that they need to live a healthy lifestyle and protect them from future issues.

Since children spend a lot of time at school, you cannot control what foods or products children come into contact with every day. Providing the documentation means the school can also help children avoid cross-contact.

Celiac Biomarker Tests Can Answer Your Long-Standing Problems

If you have been suffering from a chronic condition for a long time, you may not think that are symptoms of anything. You may even become used to them.

Celiac biomarker tests are worth getting to finally put these long-term problems to bed. 

If the results come back that you have celiac disease, you will know that there is something you can do. A gluten-free lifestyle will change the rest of your life and even make you feel like a brand new person.

You’ll no longer have to worry about getting out of bed and facing the same problems again the next morning. It may take a while to get the benefits but once you start feeling them, they’ll be worth the wait.


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