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Gluten Test

Gluten intolerant?

4.5

(4)

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  • Test for celiac disease (gluten intolerance)
  • Easy home testing
  • Results within a few minutes
  • CE-marked

Our Gluten Test detects IgA antibodies that are directly associated with celiac disease/gluten intolerance.

Undiagnosed gluten intolerance can cause damage to the villi in the small intestine, leading to poor absorption of various nutrients and can lead to malnutrition and ill health. If our test shows positive, it means there is a good reason to seek medical attention for further examination and diagnosis.

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Gluten Test

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Product Description

Test for Celiac/Gluten Intolerance at home

Gluten intolerance, also known as celiac disease, is a chronic inflammatory condition where the body is unable to tolerate the protein gluten. Common symptoms include stomach discomfort, fatigue, and weight loss. With the Quicktest Gluten test, you can find out if you suffer from gluten intolerance. Our gluten test comes with a home sampling kit and is performed by taking a blood sample from a fingertip prick. In cases of gluten intolerance, elevated levels of IgA antibodies against tissue transglutaminase are usually seen. Our gluten test indicates anti-tissue transglutaminase IgA antibodies in the blood. Note: If gluten has been eliminated from the diet during sampling, or if one is on a gluten-free diet, there is a risk of a negative test result even if gluten intolerance is present. If you are on a gluten-free diet, it is recommended that you eat at least one meal a day for 14 days before testing to obtain a more reliable test result.

What does gluten intolerance mean?

In celiac disease, also known as gluten intolerance, the body's immune system is activated when gluten is eaten and attacks the gluten in the intestine. When gluten proteins, which are found in wheat, rye, and barley, reach the small intestine, an autoimmune reaction is triggered. This causes the immune system to attack the villi of the small intestine's mucous membrane, causing inflammation. If the small intestine is exposed to gluten for an extended period, the inflammation becomes so severe that it has difficulty absorbing nutrients. The body then suffers from malnutrition. Untreated celiac disease increases the risk of complications such as iron, vitamin, and trace mineral deficiencies.

Gluten intolerance/celiac disease can affect both children and adults. The disease occurs and appears in all age groups, young and old. The only treatment for gluten intolerance currently is a strict gluten-free diet.

Common symptoms of gluten intolerance?

The most common symptom of gluten intolerance is stomach discomfort such as bloating, diarrhea, constipation, weight loss, and nausea. But celiac disease can also cause other symptoms that may not be as apparent and may vary greatly between individuals. One may experience fatigue, depression, mouth blisters, skin rashes/eczema, and joint and skeletal pain. In some cases, symptoms of gluten intolerance can also manifest as delayed growth in children.

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Fact-checked on July 2, 2022, by

M.D Fredrik Lönnqvist
Licensed nurse

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I get tested for gluten intolerance?

Gluten intolerance (Celiac disease) is a chronic autoimmune disorder that affects the small intestine and therefore also the body's nutrient absorption. Untreated celiac disease increases the risk of complications such as iron, vitamin, and trace metal deficiencies. Suffering from untreated gluten intolerance often has a significant impact on quality of life, but changing one's diet can significantly improve the daily life of those affected.

Does a positive gluten test mean I have a gluten allergy?

No. Celiac disease should not be confused with allergy, such as wheat allergy, where symptoms can be severe. If you have celiac disease/gluten intolerance, your body reacts to the proteins found in wheat, rye, and barley. The intestines are damaged, resulting in nutrient deficiency. In the case of allergy to cereal, it is usually wheat that is not tolerated.

Is celiac disease hereditary?

Celiac disease is to some extent hereditary, which means that people who have a close relative with celiac disease are at a higher risk of getting the disease. The risk of developing celiac disease is around 15 per cent if someone else in the family has the disease.

Can celiac disease go away?

Celiac disease is a chronic disease that does not go away as many food allergies do. It is common for the symptoms that a person experiences after consuming gluten to vary throughout their life.

Is it common to have low iron levels when you have celiac disease?

In untreated celiac disease, iron deficiency can be common. This is because the intestine, which has been exposed to gluten for a long time, can become so inflamed that it has difficulty absorbing nutrients. The body can then suffer from nutrient deficiency, including iron deficiency.

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Product Data

Type of test

Blood

Limit

Presence of specific antibody

Analyzing

t-TG of IgA type

Reliability

97%

Test response/min

15 min
Manual
What Our Customers Think

4.5

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Karoline H
I have probably had a "light version" of intolerance to gluten as it has not really caused much trouble, but it is nice to have it confirmed. The stomach feels much better without gluten but then you end up there sometimes... The test worked beyond expectations, easy to read, etc. Have nothing directly negative to say more than that the package arrived a little bent. Regards / Karoline
Emelie
Tested our daughter who has had stomach problems for some time, had been given an appointment for an assessment by the health service but did not want to wait. It turned out that she has an intolerance to gluten. It was then confirmed so now we have to buy different foods but what can you do? :) Maybe you should tell us from what age the test can be performed? Thank you.
Madeleine
Well then it was gluten after all, tested and got a clear line! Does not feel fun to have to exclude gluten but there is not much to do. / Madeleine
Anonymous
Our 3.5-year-old son had complained about stomach pains on a few occasions, in some cases he has even vomited and had a high fever and stopped eating, only to be fully recovered a day later. The symptoms came and went for a few months, often appearing within about 1 hour after he had eaten. We bought the Quicktest Gluten Test which gave a positive result. We then excluded gluten completely from his diet and since then his stomach has functioned well without any problems!
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Gluten Test

Gluten intolerant?

4.5

(4)

17 

  • Test for celiac disease (gluten intolerance)
  • Easy home testing
  • Results within a few minutes
  • CE-marked

Our Gluten Test detects IgA antibodies that are directly associated with celiac disease/gluten intolerance.

Undiagnosed gluten intolerance can cause damage to the villi in the small intestine, leading to poor absorption of various nutrients and can lead to malnutrition and ill health. If our test shows positive, it means there is a good reason to seek medical attention for further examination and diagnosis.

100% Satisfaction Guaranteed • Free shipping on all orders above 99€

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Fredrik is a specialist of internal medicine and endocrinology and received his degree at the Karolinska Institute, where he is still attached as a researcher/associate professor.

Therese is our registered nurse who can answer your health-related questions and provide useful information about how our tests work.

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