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

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  1. Thank you for sharing this info. I have been using Vista Vitamins, because I am also a gastric bypass patient. They are readily absorbed by design, since gb patients don't absorb so well. I also take Vitron C, which is C with Iron so it is absorbed better too. I have had anemia really bad for years, thought it was from the gb but now thinking it was there before as a result of gluten issues. It is so great to finally be feeling better!!
  2. Black Angus

    I ate at Black Angus for lunch today. I ordered a steak, salad, baked potato w/ sour cream and butter, and steamed veg. All was well. I asked for oil and vinegar for the salad. It was good, and I felt great afterwords. I am one week into my gluten free eating, so it was great to have a good experience. I was at a baby shower the day before and ate something that was baaaad for me, so I was happy to have a good day. Overall, I am doing well finding gluten free items, and my family likes the food I am making. Much fresher!!