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

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    • Interests I am very highly into make-up and anything that has to do with art. I am also a newly diagnosed celiac. Therefore, I would love to know more varieties of food that I can buy or make considering I love to cook. :D

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      I like to meet new people and such. Just let me know you're from the forum :3

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    1. gintare519 added a topic in Gluten-Free Recipes - Baking & Cooking Tips   

      Gluten-Free Vegan Desserts?
      Well I guess you can say I am a new celiac. Even though I have had it for years upon years. But recently diagnosed. So right now, I really want to make some sort of dessert. Like cookies or muffins or something for me to have as a snack. Also, thanks to my professor who educated me about the celiac disease, I kind of want to make a thank you type of food for him considering his wife is a celiac as well. I would love to try some recipes.
      Please share as much as you can. I would highly appreciate it!
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    2. gintare519 added a post in a topic Mcdonalds Must Read   

      But when you think about it, the Mcdonald's itself is just waiting to destroy your intestines more than the gluten haha.
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    3. gintare519 added a post in a topic Vegetarian & Celiac   

      Oh, I am actually vegan. I have been a celiac since I've been in 5th grade. But I have been diagnosed just about 2 weeks ago. And don't be scared about the needles. Believe me, its either get one needle now or hundreds as your life goes on. There was plenty of time when I ended up in the emergency room due to my abdominal pain. The best thing you should do is just get the tests done. I actually needed to get put to sleep and get a sample of my intestine. I'm not sure why they had me do that instead of a blood test. But I would have highly preferred that way more. I am finding it difficult to maintain the celiac diet as well. There's always some fresh bread at my house. Or some kind of dessert laying around that I am dying to eat. But trust me, in about a week or so, you will feel SOO much better. So much healthier. Oh and for vitamins, I just take a miltivitamin. And a joint vitamin, but thats for a different purpose haha. Feel free to message me if you would like to know me or anything. I'm always researching! Goodluck!!
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    4. gintare519 added a post in a topic College Life   

      Personally, make-up and products along those lines don't bother me. It's only when I ingest food or liquid that contains gluten. The college I will be soon attending actually has a store that has vegan, organic and gluten free food. Otherwise, you should just really look around and read all your labels. I would recommend just buying something at your local grocery store and storing it in your dorm, maybe you have a mini fridge? It would help. Just a suggestion. I normally would just snack on fruits or some kind of granola bars. Just do some researching on some sugar & gluten free food. You would probably find quite a lot. Goodluck
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    5. gintare519 added a post in a topic Test Say Positive/No Symptoms ?   

      Even if he has no symptoms. I actually had to the opposite.
      I used to eat gluten and bread all the time. The doctors would test me, nothing would come up. But I would have severe abdominal pain. Now, 5 years later, after eating so much more gluten, my body is completely down. I am getting more health problems since I did not find out that I am a celiac earlier. I am constantly nauseous and always tired. I am very young as well. So that should say a lot. Since he did test positive, get him into the regimen ASAP.
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    6. gintare519 added a post in a topic For The "real" Teens   

      Wisconsin! xD
      the cheese state. with lots of bakeries. O.O
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    7. gintare519 added a post in a topic Any Celiac Teens Out There?   

      Hey! Well I'm Gintare. Normally referred as Gina. I actually have had it since about 5th grade. I remember I went to the ER multiple multiple times due to severe abdominal pain. Not one doctor knew what it was. So I recently started to do some research on my own. And I have come across "celiac disease". It sounded JUST like what I have been phasing with. So actually, just about 2 weeks ago, I went to get tested for the disease. It turns out I have it. Not to mention, I am also lactose intolerant and vegan. What a small range of food now! haha. How depressing. I literally look 8 months pregnant at night after I have foods with gluten in it. Its horrible!! XD
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