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

      This FAQ on celiac disease will guide you to all of the basic information you will need to know about the disease, its diagnosis, testing methods, a gluten-free diet, etc.   Subscribe to FREE email alerts What are the major symptoms of celiac disease? Celiac Disease Symptoms What testing is available for celiac disease? - list blood tests, endo with biopsy, genetic test and enterolab (not diagnostic) Celiac Disease Screening Interpretation of Celiac Disease Blood Test Results Can I be tested even though I am eating gluten free? How long must gluten be taken for the serological tests to be meaningful? The Gluten-Free Diet 101 - A Beginner's Guide to Going Gluten-Free Is celiac inherited? Should my children be tested? Ten Facts About Celiac Disease Genetic Testing Is there a link between celiac and other autoimmune diseases? Celiac Disease Research: Associated Diseases and Disorders Is there a list of gluten foods to avoid? Unsafe Gluten-Free Food List (Unsafe Ingredients) Is there a list of gluten free foods? Safe Gluten-Free Food List (Safe Ingredients) Gluten-Free Alcoholic Beverages Distilled Spirits (Grain Alcohols) and Vinegar: Are they Gluten-Free? Where does gluten hide? Additional Things to Beware of to Maintain a 100% Gluten-Free Diet Free recipes: Gluten-Free Recipes Where can I buy gluten-free stuff? Support this site by shopping at The Store. For Additional Information: Subscribe to: Journal of Gluten Sensitivity


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  1. I am happy and surviving my Celiac Disease diet let me tell you it is not easy as it seam to be

  2. Yes i can help you if you want it and I just find out not very long ago I have Celiac Disease and I know how freaking out it is well I have a list that you can get and can not eat.Fresh meat Fish and shellfish Poultry and game Here is the list the food you can eat: Vegetables Fresh herbs Fruit Dried fruit Nuts Eggs Cheese Cottage cheese (not cheese spreads) Milk (when newly diagnosed you may be lactose intolerant) Dried beans, peas and pulses Vegetable oils, sunflower oil, olive oil Almonds, ground or whole Rice, ground, long or short grain Rice cakes/crackers Rice flour (and other gluten free flours) Yeast Cream of tartar Bicarbonate of soda Sugar Dried peppercorns Cornflour (from the maize plant Tamari soy sauce Marmite (only if made in the UK) Yoghurts (without crunchy bits) Cider vinegar Wine vinegar Distilled vinegar Sago Tapioca Millet Quinoa Flax seed Corn Tortillas Corn tacos Popcorn (check any coating) Homemade soups (not roux based) Jelly (jello) Jam Marmalade Honey Golden syrup Black treacle or molasses Tea (check herb teas first) Fruit juice Fruit squash (not barley water Xanthan gum (replaces "elastic" quality of gluten) Gluten Free Vegetables and Fruit As an accompaniment to main meals, or the meal itself if you are a gluten free vegan or vegetarian, it is nice to eat fresh vegetables and fruit that are in season. All vegetables and fruit are gluten free, unless you add something to them, such as a sauce or coating. The following table highlights which produce is available at different times of the year. Beetroot Purple Sprouting Broccoli Asparagus Wild mushrooms Cabbage Carrots Courgettes (Zucchini) Sweetcorn Leeks Spring onions (Scallions) Mange Tout Beetroot Onions New potatoes Globe Artichokes Sweetcorn Brussels Sprouts Spring greens Garden Peas Cauliflowers Shallots Lettuces Green beans Carrots Parsnips Asparagus Cucumber Marrows Swede Broad beans Lettuces Broccoli Spinach Spinach Radishes Butternut squash Curly Kale Rhubarb Watercress Turnips Artichokes Peppers Cabbages Pumpkin Tomatoes Parsnips Apples Sweetcorn Celery Pears Summer berries Leeks Nuts Cherries Apples Bananas (year round) Currants Pears Oranges (year round) Plums Almonds Melons Chestnuts Apricots Elderberries Grapes Figs Grains and baked foods containing gluten foods containing gluten food labels gluten free diet free diet supplements Bread and bread rolls Rye bread, pumpernickel Yorkshire pudding Pretzels Cakes Stuffings (click here for gluten free stuffing recipes Muffins Pastry or pie crust Pancakes (click here for gluten free almond flour pancakes Biscuits or cookies Pasta - macaroni, spaghetti, etc. (Click for dishes made with gluten free pasta) Crispbreads Bulgar wheat Durham Crumble toppings (click for a safe, tasty apple crumble topping) Couscous Pizza (click here for a safe pizza dough recipe) Semolina Scones Anything in breadcrumbs Some breakfast cereals(click here for a list of gluten free breakfast cereals) All Bran Sponge puddings Breadcrumbed ham Barley water drinks Malted drinks, such as Horlicks Muesli Here is the food you should not have: Foods containing hidden gluten Other foods containing gluten could trick the unsuspecting newly diagnosed Coeliac sufferer into thinking they are safe. The list below shows things that should be checked. Sausages - often contain rusk (and the machines used to make them are often cleaned out with bread) Luncheon meat - may contain fillers Blue cheeses (may be made with bread) Gravy powders and stock cubes such as OXO cubes Matzo flour/meal Shredded suet in packs (flour is normally used to keep the strands separate) Seitan (doesn't contain gluten, it IS gluten!) Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein (HVP) Baked beans (there may be gluten in the tomato sauce) Farina Meat and fish pastes Pates and imitation crab meat Self basting turkeys Sauces - often thickened with flour Communion wafers Soups - may be roux based (made with flour) Mustard - dry mustard powder contains gluten Instant coffee - may be bulked out with flour Brown rice syrup Cheap brands of chocolate Potato crips/chips - some are OK, read the ingredients! Soy sauce - only Tamari is OK Drinking chocolate Licorice Chutneys and pickles Salad dressings Curry powder and other spices (can be bulked out with flour) White pepper Malt vinegar Play Dough click here for a cornflour recipe Supplements Some toothpastes Some lipsticks Some pharmaceutical products There is more if you want to know more information about you can look it up google Gluten-Free there is a lot of information about it and I hope this help
  3. I have been sick a lot of this year and I never know why, I went to see the doctor. The doctor tells me they don't know what is wrong with me, then I went to see a special doctor that's when good things is starting out nice, since I finely find the answer I am looking for my sickness and I give the doctor my blood test they find out I have Celiac Disease which the other doctors I know well never find out about this and to be honest with you I never heard of this Celiac Disease in my life before now. It is not a easy thing and plus I also have an problem with milk too so. It is a struggle you think well it is at times, but I rather to take care of my body then to killed it and I love my body then I ever did in my life before. I was born with {CAPD} Center Auditory Processing Disorder and learning disability, which I have a hard time communicate to people and understanding to hear them, or they have a hard time understanding me. But I am slowing getting to be heal through this Celiac Disease it might do the trick. I believe in God and I know we can here to Earth to have a body, but not just a body a great beautiful body that we need to work on and to happy about ourselves the way we look.