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

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  1. I can only eat eggs if the yolk is completely cooked. If I do eat one with the yolk not cooked I get bloat, gas and sometimes cramps.
  2. Baked chicken legs Basmati rice Green beans Garden salad
  3. Pork burger with sage sweet potato onion, garlic and zucchini sauteed
  4. Sloppy Joes on Bannock and frozen mixed veg and some fresh veg.
  5. What's up?Everyone is feeling poor today. Hope everyone starts feeling better soon.
  6. Yay! I did it first try. Banana bread is in the oven.
  7. You guys are so funny. Thanks for the laugh. (must check out this smiley thingy)
  8. Here is another article on this topic with some more explanation. http://www.digitaljo.../article/341589 And another from an Autoimmunity Research Foundation some more explanations.
  9. IH your dinner sound mighty good. So so cold here today. We had Maple bacon, maple sausage, eggs and tater tots. I feel much warmer now. I think I will make some banana bread for later.
  10. After DSM-5 is published in May 2013, you can be tagged with an SSD diagnosis if you are referred to a mental health professional with at least six months of one or more medical symptoms – either diagnosed or unexplained – and you also display what the professional regards as a "disproportionate or maladaptive concern" for your symptoms and the inability of your doctors to help you. Interestingly, SSD (as defined in the May 2012 draft) can also be applied to caregivers and to parents of sick kids if they are perceived as over-involved in the symptoms of those for whom they have caregiver responsibility. Bolding is mine.
  11. Thanks for that link IH. I will look around for the Spectrum brand.
  12. I saw the Nutvia yesterday, it was $16.99 a jar. My budget can't handle that right now.
  13. This may be of interest to some. It is from another forum that I read.
  14. OHIP will cover the test if you have it done at a hospital blood clinic.