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About redraider1856

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  1. I tested positive for celiacs in my bloodwork in December, 2009 and confirmed via endoscopy in January 2010. That is the last time I've been to a gastroenterologist or been tested. I've tried to be gluten free ever since, but still have stomach issues (though not nearly as bad as before). Should I be seeing a GI Doctor or get retested every few years? What do you guys do?
  2. Boomerjacks recently created a new menu that is VERY gluten free friendly. They have gluten-free next to all the item on the menu that is gluten free. They even carry gluten free hamburger buns! It is the best celiac-friendly restaurant that I have been to so far. Everytime I get the gluten-free bun, the manager comes by and asks me how it tastes. Highly recommend this place
  3. Maggianos is a GREAT place for gluten free Italian food. The waitress there was very nice and helpful. She told us that Maggianos redid their entire menu so all the sauces are gluten-free and they have a gluten-free pasta. I went with my family and we got family sized dishes with the gluten-free pasta. They were all amazed at how good it tasted.
  4. I have heard that Sapporo Beer is made from rice and therefore is gluten free. I have drank Sapporo a few times and havent had a bad reaction yet. Does anyone know if it really is gluten free? Thanks!
  5. Can you provide a link where this product list is given? Thanks!
  6. Hi, I have recently been diagnosed with celiacs disease, but my current doctor hasnt been much help. Does anyone know a good doctor or dietitian in the area? I am trying to learn more about changing my eating habits. Thanks!