If you’ve been following along for a while, you know that I was experiencing some health issues this past year. I went to the doctor as I just wasn’t feeling myself – extreme fatigue, hair loss and more! I went to my doctors and they started wanting to prescribe me thyroid medication, hormone therapy and all kinds of other things. Needless to say I was NOT happy about that. One day after speaking with a friend of mine and hearing my symptoms he said it sounded like I might have a gluten intolerance and it could possibly be the underlying factor to all my symptoms. I’d never even considered this but thought it was worth a try versus starting to take all kinds of medication. Lucky for me I found an at-home test by Targeted Genomics that tests to see if you have the genes for Celiac Disease.
Targeted Genomic’s Gluten ID test helps identify if you have one of the two genes that are common in individual’s with Gluten Intolerance (GI): HLA-DQ2 and/or DQ8. After taking the test, I found that I had not just one, but both of the genes!
In the video above, I’m sharing more about my experience with Targeted Genomic’s easy at-home test (with the help of a special guest!) and walk you through my report findings so you understand how to read the results. Since adopting a Gluten-Free diet I have started feeling myself again!
Think you may have symptoms of gluten intolerance or possibly Celiac Disease? Common symptoms can include abdominal pain. irritable bowel syndrome, mal-absorption, fatigue, depression, itchy skin rash, hair loss and more. You can read up on all of the information on Targeted Genomic’s website here. Don’t wait any longer to order your at-home test to get your results! You can use code “storibook” at checkout to save 10% on your purchase.