There’s a test for wheat and gluten sensitivity!

Jun 30, 2021 | Gut health

Do you feel better when you avoid gluten despite testing negative for celiac disease?

Does the lack of diagnosis undermine your will power, leaving you only kinda-sorta gluten free?

Do you wish there was a test to confirm that, yes, you are sensitive to gluten and wheat?

If you answered “yes,” then you are a perfect candidate for the Wheat Zoomer blood test.

The Wheat Zoomer measures your reactivity to gluten and wheat. A “high” reaction confirms you are sensitive. A positive test affirms you need to follow a strict gluten-free diet.

The test also predicts if you are “on the road” to developing celiac disease. A special marker, called the fusion peptide, identifies celiac disease progress 14 months to 4 years earlier than traditional lab markers.

A comprehensive test, the Wheat Zoomer also tells you whether or not you have leaky gut!

Want a deeper dive? This At-A-Glance handout provides a quick interpretation of all the markers measured.

Here’s the bottom line, if you suspect you have gluten or wheat sensitivity, running a Wheat Zoomer gives you the confirmation you’ve been waiting for.

Good news! The Total Gut Health Program includes a (free!) Wheat Zoomer test.

Learn more about the program here or, if you’re ready to start feeling better today, schedule a free consultation below.

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