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There has been a lot of talk recently about how modern varieties of wheat may be to blame for the rise in celiac disease but not everyone believes this is really the case. Most of you will have heard of the book, Wheat Belly. It says that modern wheat is different from the wheat our
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Four years ago my life changed. Four years ago a doctor told me I had to stop eating gluten. Four years ago was a hard day but here I am four years later and gluten free life is great! In these past four years, I’ve felt healthier than ever before! Before my diagnosis I was
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I’m not normally one for New Year’s Resolutions but as a year comes to an end I do like to look back at the year that’s coming to a close and think about what I would like to be different in the upcoming year. Approaching my 4th year as a celiac, what could I do
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Some people think the world as we know it is coming to an end. On December 21st 2012 the world will end, or so some people believe. However unlikely this may be I’m fascinated by these sorts of crazy predictions and I thought it would be interesting to ask you what you would do if
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When I was first diagnosed with celiac disease I decided to start a food diary. I was brand new to eating gluten free and learning where gluten could hide so I wanted to ensure I was keeping on track. If I felt particularly bad or especially good I wanted to know why. Last year when
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I can’t remember what I was looking for when I came across discussion on this topic but I found it really interesting and thought I’d share it with you. Apparently there is evidence that height could in fact be related to celiac disease. Being short could be a symptom, particularly in children. Have you ever
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No matter how hard we try, we all find ourselves accidentally glutened every now and again. The symptoms are different for each of us, as are what we do to make ourselves feel better as fast as possible. My question here is, when you are accidentally contaminated by gluten how long does it normally
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A few months ago I was still suffering from occasional celiac symptoms. I still felt as though I was being glutened on occasion. Nothing too obvious and not too often but it was happening from time to time and I was feeling like crap any time it did. I had brain fog coming and going,
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