Listen to Dr. O'Bryan, then decide about the tests below: Slides: bit.ly/DrTomPart1
or Listen only, no slides (does not include testing info): bit.ly/f0hiD9
Recently got a mass email from Dr. Tom O'Bryan because the food sensitivity tests he has been promising for a few years are finally available.
Ask your doctor or health practitioner to open an account with this new lab: bit.ly/cyrexlabs
Learn more at Dr. O'Bryan's site: thedr.com
. More info on specific tests here: bit.ly/cyrextests
"Over the last few years, we have seen the correlation of Gluten Sensitivity as a common initiator of multiple pathologies. From Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder to Hepatocellular Carcinoma [liver cancer], from Migraines to Recurrent Pancreatitis, from Cardiomyopathy to numerous autoimmune diseases, we have seen the association of sensitivity to this protein of wheat, rye and barley with the initial manifestation of multiple pathophysiologies."
"Gluten has to have significantly destroyed the gut wall for current blood testing to be effective. For the majority of people that isn't the case...especially if the brain, heart, liver, or some other part of the body is the main target of attack.
A very recent study in the Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition screened 5,000 children with a saliva test to see how it compared to the blood tests. Their Conclusion? It was as good as the best blood test to screen for Celiac Disease..."
Tests Now Available:
$150 - Array 1: Gluten Sensitivity Screen bit.ly/glutentest
The most research-validated 'screen' of Gluten Sensitivity (oral fluids)
$230 - Array 2: Intestinal Antigenic Permeability Screen bit.ly/intestinal
Finally a test that will identify antigenic Intestinal Permeability
$360 - Array 3: Wheat/Gluten Proteome Sensitivity & Autoimmunity bit.ly/peptideste
There are multiple peptides of gluten that are antigenic. Until now, we have only been able to test one - gliadin. Now we can test for 10 gluten peptides.
$260 - Array 4: Gluten-Associated Sensitivity and Cross-Reactive Foods bit.ly/crossreact
When a patient doesn't 'feel like a million dollars' on a GFD, are they ingesting foods that cross-react with gluten? Now the Array is available looking at 24 of these foods.
$575 - Array 5: Which parts of the body are affected by a gluten-sensitivity?
People typically shrug off the possibility of a gluten sensitivity by saying, "I don't have any digestive problems." Little do they know that gluten produces digestive symptoms in only a minority of people (1 out of 8). For the majority gluten damages the brain, the heart, the skin, the respiratory tract, or the joints.
Already gluten-free? Q&A about gluten challenge for testing: bit.ly/eoPD22
Canadian testing will be available early next year!