Give Your Doctor a Gluten Intolerance IQ Test!

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www.healthnowmedical.com Suspect gluten intolerance? Do you want to avoid getting bad advice?Learn from a doctor and author how best to test your doctor’s knowledge.

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  1. Vikki Petersen

    There is a blood test for tTG (celiac) and AGA (gluten sensitivity? and celiac) that should be able to be done in Argentina. Did you contact EnteroLab online to see if they would accept a cheek swab sample from Argentina? They do genetic testing.
    Let me know how this goes and if I can be of further assistance.

  2. bitsmidt

    Vikki, i really want to? test my gluten sensitivity. the best way is by a genetic test, right? i know that by watching doc osbourn videos. buy i live in Argentina and i´m pretty sure there is no lab that could do this kind of test. how can this be done, and what´s the name of the test? i want to do a bit of research over here, because i have european relatives, and i know the risk is higher, and i suspect i do have some symptoms

  3. jlauralee

    Thanks a lot for this vid. All of these misinformed statements I have heard myself from various doctors. Especially when they? test you without even asking if you have been consuming gluten.

  4. Vikki Petersen

    @jelyfl5 – I heartily agree. So sorry you had to go through such a long wait.
    Please do let me know if you need any assistance.? I’m here to help!
    You can set up a free health analysis if that would be of benefit: 408-733-0400.

    To your good health,
    Dr Vikki

  5. jelyfl5

    Amazing, this video and all others. Eight years later and I’m finally diagnosed via blood test and biopsy and my family physician still doesn’t see it as being an issue. Let’s hope the health care system evolves a little faster toward fixing problems with diet instead of finding a pill to help people consume things they know are bad for them. Thanks for your knowledge sharing!? 🙂

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