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steven added a topic in Celiac Disease - Coping With1 Year Gf AnniversaryHello everyone!
I just found this new site for the gluten-free crowd and am excited to read everyone's information. It is great to know others are surviving and living life to the fullest after they are finally CORRECTLY diagnosed.
I was diagnosed one year ago and was told to change my diet, Hey , why not just starve me, then kill me! Of course, after the five years I went through to finally find out what was wrong with me, the change of diet turned out to be be a piece of cake, (gluten-free, of course).
I had my gluten level tested after one year and went from 70 to 49. Not exactly the drop I had hoped for, but I think we are all still learning what/what not to eat.
How is everyone doing after the first year and what could have made it better.
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