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    • Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

      This FAQ on celiac disease will guide you to all of the basic information you will need to know about the disease, its diagnosis, testing methods, a gluten-free diet, etc.   Subscribe to FREE email alerts What are the major symptoms of celiac disease? Celiac Disease Symptoms What testing is available for celiac disease? - list blood tests, endo with biopsy, genetic test and enterolab (not diagnostic) Celiac Disease Screening Interpretation of Celiac Disease Blood Test Results Can I be tested even though I am eating gluten free? How long must gluten be taken for the serological tests to be meaningful? The Gluten-Free Diet 101 - A Beginner's Guide to Going Gluten-Free Is celiac inherited? Should my children be tested? Ten Facts About Celiac Disease Genetic Testing Is there a link between celiac and other autoimmune diseases? Celiac Disease Research: Associated Diseases and Disorders Is there a list of gluten foods to avoid? Unsafe Gluten-Free Food List (Unsafe Ingredients) Is there a list of gluten free foods? Safe Gluten-Free Food List (Safe Ingredients) Gluten-Free Alcoholic Beverages Distilled Spirits (Grain Alcohols) and Vinegar: Are they Gluten-Free? Where does gluten hide? Additional Things to Beware of to Maintain a 100% Gluten-Free Diet Free recipes: Gluten-Free Recipes Where can I buy gluten-free stuff? Support this site by shopping at The Store. For Additional Information: Subscribe to: Journal of Gluten Sensitivity


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  1. Belching Sulphate

    That's what i first thought but i haven't had eggs in weeks. The only thing i had that morning was toast with peanut butter, coffee with soya milk and a red bull. I'm suspious about the soya mile has i don't have it very often and the red bull which i hardly ever drink
  2. Queenstown, New Zealand

    Hi Guys, I moved to Queenstown a couple of months ago and eating out has become possible again Menu's have gluten free options and the servers are gluten free knowledgable or they will find the information out for you with no probelms. Just thought I'd let you know if you're planning a holiday over here. Cheers Julie
  3. Hi, I was wondering if anyone could help me? Yesterday morning I was belching a egg/sulphate smell/taste. Later on I got back ache, flatulance and developed a rock hard bloated stomach and then in the evening i got really bad D. When i woke-up this morning i had to run to the bathroom again and now i just feel drained and dehydrated. I have celiac but i've never had the egg/sulphur belches before. I wonder if i have an infection or another food allergy. Thanks Julie
  4. Celiac Disease And Italy

    Hi, I just came back from Rome today and i just wanted to say that it was surprisingly easier than I thought. They're pretty celiac aware as children get tested pre-school. I eat at Alex's cafe on my first and last night and eat Tagliatelle which was good. I didn't manage to find a gluten-free pizza which was a shame. I actually found it easier to eat in Rome than London, Tokyo or Auckland. Hope this helps if anyone is considering a holiday to Italy.
  5. I was wondering if anyone had tried the clay drinks that are meant to absorb all the toxins from your digestive tract? If it works it will be a pretty easy and painless detox but i'm a bit sceptical. Please see the folloing link for a little more information: Any feedback will be great
  6. Anyone Do Pilates?

    I love Pilates and Yoga too and take one class a week and see results, but i think to see huge improvements you need to step it up to 2-3 times a week. I hear the pilates machine is good
  7. Japan

    Hi, I'm heading to Tokyo in a few weeks and wondered if anyone had actual restaurants/cafes etc that are gluten aware? I checked out the be good cafe website but it's all in Japanese, could someone confirm that the address is: Za House Bldg, Ball room? Any help would be greatly appreciated as i'm really scared that i'm going to eat gluten on my first day and ruin my 3dys in a fantastic city
  8. Starting The Scd Diet

    That sounds hopeful, only D once in 4 wks and it wasn't really your fault. I'm going to try and make the cheesecake this week, has anyone made it yet? I'm taking it one step at a time at the moment and then once i know the recipes i'll start the diet properly. Anyway........ I notice that the recipe says: 1/2 cup homemade yogurt or homemade cream cheese*** 2 cups uncreamed cottage cheese (dry curd cottage cheese) but i can't find any dccc in NZ and it says if you find it impossible to obtain dry curd cottage cheese, substitute the cream cheese recipe (drained homemade yoghurt). So do i use 2 1/2 cup of cream chesse or 1/2 cup of yoghurt and 2 cups of cream cheese? I hope i haven't just ask a really stupid question
  9. Just bumping this up
  10. I would also suggest taking a look at the scd diet (do a search on here for it) it gives you a great list of legal/illegal foods to eat whilst your gut is healing. I don't follow the diet 100%, maybe i will soon but a few of the recipes are great esp the chicken soup which you can make in bulk and eat for a few days.
  11. What a good thread. I'm living in NZ at the moment (originally from the UK) at a bank called ASB within Online Business Banking, i'm currently part of team doing a project of converting 7000 customers from one oline product to a new product and will take about a year to complete. Heading back to the UK for a holiday in Sep via Tokyo for a couple of nights which will be interesting because i haven't been back since i've know about celiac.
  12. Interesting...

    Hi I've had the same thing, it seems like i've been glutened but no brain fog, is it possible to be glutened and not have brain fog? Or could it be something completly differant like not cooking the chicken properly the night before or a bug? I suppose the syptoms would be fairly similar. I always put everything down to Celiac which can be so wrong sometimes. I suppose we get used to blaming everything on Gluten
  13. Alcohol

    Thanks Peter, that was informative. It's good to know that smirnoff is made from corn. I went out last night and had vodka lemon and lime and today i feel fine. Maybe it was the brand of vodka i had (not sure which one the bar used) or maybe my gut has healed (it used to give me a bad reaction) since the last time i had vodka but it seems to be better than drinking red wine which makes me feel awful the next day. A work colleague forwarded me a link regarding gluten in red wine which was worrying and could explain a lot, Does anyone think this is possible? I'll paste the article over: Nancy says:
  14. Starting The Scd Diet

    I rec'd the book yesterday and i'm planning on starting the diet very soon. I made the chicken soup the other and it was fantastic but i did have a funny tummy after, could this be because i didn't cook it long enough? I let it simmer for a few hrs. How far along the diet is everyone?
  15. I've been confussed by what alcohol i can and can't have and i've been getting gluten reactions from vodka etc so i found the following article interesting. I've posted it as it might help others...... Written by Dr Rodney Ford Wednesday, 29 November 2006 The gluten content of alcoholic drinks will depend upon the primary source of the beverage and how much it has been distilled. And of course, the gluten content will also depend upon any additives. Gluten-free alcohol includes those made from grapes and berries: wine, champagne, brandy, rum, tequila, sherry and port. Many spirits and liquors are made from fermentation of grains: wheat, rye and barley. But the distillation process removes just about all of the gluten proteins. However, residual amounts of gluten will add to the flavour. So such drinks must be suspect. Avoid Beer! The basic ingredients of beer are water, malt, hops, and yeast. This is brewed with malt (from barley) which contains gluten. Beer is a fermented, hop flavoured, malt sugared, liquid. The major variation in beer is the type of yeast used in the fermentation process. Gluten proteins remain in the beer. There are some gluten-free beers now available. Generally, there are insignificant amounts of gluten in distilled alcohols. However, those who are super-sensitive to gluten do report bad reactions to these grain-based spirits. So