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abennis

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  1. Hello! I was recently diagnosed and live in the Philly area. I started out seeing one doctor at Pennsylvania Hospital but quickly switched to Dr. Robin Rothstein. She specializes in celiacs and she is fantastic! (my original doctor told me that she actually has celiacs, but she has yet to mention this to me). The number is 215-829-3561. Hope this helps!
  2. Is it true that some celiacs can drink Heineken? I am newly diagnosed so I am still trying to figure things out. Thanks!
  3. Hello, I am 23 years old and was basically accidently diagnosed with celiac's disease about a month ago. They were looking for something else and discovered through blood work and a biopsy that I have celiacs. I realize that I am very lucky to be symptom free, however, it makes sticking to a gluten free diet VERY difficult. Not only do I have no incentive, but I can't tell if I am unknowingly eating contaminated foods. I am finding plenty of ways eat gluten free at home that are both tasty and easy. My real problem is dining out. I keep reading that indian cuisine and sushi are relatively safe options. I know that I have to stay away from most soy sauces, but what about the suaces that come with the eal and spicy tuna rolls? I am also confused about which curries and sauces are safe in Indian restaurants? Are the any standards that are generally safe? Or do I have to find out the indgredients at each restaurant? Any advice would be greatly appreciated! I am still feeling pretty lost in this whole process Thanks! Aimee