The Coeliac Disease is a small-intestine disease. It is caused by an allergy to glutine which is to be found in grains flour, barley, rye and other cereals. The symptoms are: diarroea, weight loss, pains, abdominal cramps, asthenia, etc.
By allergic persons glutine swalling gives rise to inflammation, therefore our immunitary system starts to produce dedicated anticorps. As a matter of fact, in order to deduct the disease presence, the test detects the presence of these antbodies: antigliadin, human tissue transglutaminase (h-tTG) and anti-endomisio. This is an easy, reliable, non-invasive method to diagnose the disease.