Which are the normal blood levels labs for celiac disease?

Restate the question. There are no normal blood levels for celiac disease. Some lab tests are abnormal in patients with celiac disease, e.g., antibodies to tissue transglutaminase.
Depends. Each lab has its own reference range for out of range celiac panels. I would refer to those that come along with the lab report. However, you don't have to have positive tests to be gluten-sensitive. Why not just cut gluten out of the diet for 8 weeks and keep a journal? This is cheaper. If you do go gluten-free, make sure you "play all out' and not cheat. Otherwise, no sense in self-torture.

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