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Is soy ok for celiacs to eat or is it one of those individual things like oatmeal?
Also, is being gluten sensitive have the same damaging effects on your villi as
a full blown celiac has? I dont get as sick as alot of people on here when glutenated
but I think I could be still getting the same damage as a full blown celiac, of which
I still consider myself a celiac. Sometimes the pain on my side is so bad I can barely
walk straight up.
Anyone know where you can buy a gluten free fruit cake? I see lots of recipes on the internet but none
that you can order. Anyone tasted one before and is it even worth pursuing? Taste like cardboard like all
the other gluten-free products? Thanks.....Derrick
IBS is just a catch all phrase by DR's when they dont know what the problem is as some have stated.
I got disability due to meniere's disease, I also have celiac, but doubt that that alone will get you
disability as you can control that disease by what you eat. If you do plan on filing, be prepared
for a long fight and many appeals, I had to go before a board in person to finally win after about
a year of fighting. Good Luck!
I am beginning to wonder if I should just eat anything and be happy for the short run or live long and
eat bland, hard to find gluten-free foods........naw...dont like the pains and side effects...will stick it out..
No prob. I am getting really depressed as to what one can eat now as far as fast food goes, especially travelling.
There is very little left besides salads, even then, you gotta watch the dressing, aka wendys ranch dressing killed
me last night, unbelievable, and here I thought I was doing good by have the chicken/pecan/apple salad. Darn!
I have Meniere's and Celiac, both auto-immune diseases. I am convinced that consuming gluten causes my meniere's to be worse as my vertigo is more of a balance, sea-sickness type of vertigo. Also my ears hurt really bad after a dose
of gluten and nausea, bathroom trips, cramps, headaches, brain fog, irritability, depression all get worse.
Meniere's disease is when the sac's in the inner ear is attacked by your own anti-bodies and become swollen,
fluid leaks out and in my case pain. You also can feel like a trickle of fluid running down your ear canal sometimes.
Very strange feeling. Anyway, verigo has many different definitions to people. I hope yours gets better, mine never
completely goes away, just some days are better than others.