Which parts of the body are affected by a gluten-sensitivity?
People typically shrug off the possibility of 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 can damage the brain, the heart, the skin, the respiratory tract or the joints. Cyrex Array 5 can be useful for Patients who:
- Have been diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder, as they commonly develop additional autoimmune conditions
- With chronic increased intestinal permeability, which is the gateway for environmentally-induced autoimmune disorders.
The Cyrex Array 5 is an economical and effective way to assess possible tissue damage to multiple organs of the body and will help you assess predictive antibodies. Elevated numbers of antibodies, known as Predictive Antibodies, are measurable up to ten years before the clinical onset of the disease. Identification of pathogenesis at this stage allows for the possible arrest or even reversal of disease progression. Array 5 - Systemic Autoimmune Reactivity Screen™ looks at multiple tissues commonly targeted by auto-antibodies, including Cardiovascular, Endocrine, Joint, Gastrointestinal and more.
Your test includes a 15 minute Interpretation of your results with Michelle Ross, Director of Clinical Services
*Price includes collection kit, US nationwide phlebotomy services (ages 16 and above) and second Day UPS return shipping. Orders accepted from United States only. Cyrex tests are not available in New York State. Cyrex Laboratories is not contracted with any insurance provider.
Cyrex Laboratories is CLIA* certified and licensed in the state of Arizona. Cyrex participates in CAP (College of American Pathologists) surveys to assure quality procedures and regulatory compliance. Cyrex Laboratories follows the strictest federal guidelines for the development of its assays.
*Congress passed the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) in 1988, establishing quality standards for all laboratory testing to ensure the accuracy, reliability, and timeliness of patient test results regardless of where the test is performed.