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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. ...So it shows I'm useless in a kitchen still =D Oh, well. I'm learning. Baking soda is called Natron in Danish. I tried making a wonder-bun and it went fairly well. I was nice and mushy but it needed more sugar and chocolate though. Some banana would make it better I reckon. I used rice flour and buckwheat flour. I honestly thought it would turn out like concrete... I'll tried and make some rice bread using yest next probably. This is going much better than I expeted. Thank you all.
  2. I'm able to eat buckwheat. I don't know if I can eat baking soda though. It's likely to contain corn. I woth a try though. I'll try to make some when I get my hands on some baking soda. Thank you.
  3. Corn makes me constipated and the real butter I eat made me constipated. So I assumed it had corn in it. I've been thinking lately that the constipation is becourse my digestion is messed up do to malnourishment which might explain why the butter made me constipated. I'll go order those books that you recommended. Thank you.
  4. Hey. I'm looking for a recipe for rice bread using brown rice flour and yeast. I'm allergig to gluten and I'm intolerant to nightshade and corn. So the recipe have to be without xanthan gum. I don't know if I'm intolerent to guar gum, but I think so. I'm probably also intolerant to legumes suchs as Black/white/brown beans and lentrils I also got some rice protein powder I'd like use for increasing protein amount in the bread. Egg and milk is not a problem. But I can't find any butter without corn in it. I also got a milk product called Ymer. It got 6.1g protein, 3.6g fat and 4.0g carbohydras per 100 gram. It got a high amount of Lactic acid bacteria if that helps with raising the bread? I wouldn't mind some sunflower seeds and/or sesame seeds in the bread Mayby I can find some sunflower or sesame flour, but I don't remember seeing any. I'm also interested in Amaranth and Quinoa bread recipes.
  5. @ciamarie: I see,byt the link I posted say 0.6g per 100g and the site is run by the Australian goverment. Anyway, after some experimentation, I'm now pretty sure that it's corn/maize I'm intolerant too. Corn is like everywhere too ...grr Thanks for the help all. I appreciate the help. I'll come back if new problem pop up =D
  6. I just remembered that I'm also intolerant to acetylsalicylic acid. My nose tend to run in the morning. It is not as bad currently as it was when I didn't know I was Gluten intolerent. (I lost like 41-42 pounds over 9-10 months) It run mostly in the morning. I also had this weird sneezing thing going. I would Sneeze 7-10 times in a row with some very powerfull snezes. Still do 3-4 ish powerfull sneezes a day though. I get a headache/migraine from time to time and there's often a lot of tention around my eyes. (I rearly take painkillers) I do have some itcing around my eyes 1-3 times a day in relation to eating. But it's no where near to when I eat gluten. Sometimes when I eat, I get really sleepy. I though it was my bloodsukker going out of wack. I tend to get depressed easily, but that's proberbly not so weird with all that is going on right now. My stool is kinda oliy, which is what make wiping hard. As for hyperactivity hmm... mayby, I think that it is akathisia I got and now I'm doubting that. I kinda have a hard time starting and staying with a task. I should mention that I have been schitzofrenic, but that when away when I got of gluten *wild scream of pure joy* I only got the dysfunctial memory and akathisia/hyperactivity left. So this salicylate sensitivity is also a good candidate. So buying a lokal danish organic thing with Citric Acid and no salicylate in it and vice versa, would be the best way to find out. @T.H.: Broccoli have 0.3G per 100G Citric Acid accoarding the the link I posted. I would love to know more about sulfites intolerance. A thing I have noticed is that the same type of food doesn't always tricker a reaction. If i drink a certain danish chocolate milk my body reacts. But if I eat a chocolate frog with sugger/caramel cream inside my body doesn't react. I once eat some with cabbage with out a problem and a little week latter I tried again and my body reacted. It was a different recipe. I also drank some fresh pressed orange jouice a some point without a problem. My dad, who have the same problem as I, couldn't eat the oranges. My dad doesn't necessary have the same intolerances as I though. @GFreeMO: Guess I should try an organic orange Again, thanks for the help. i appreciate it a lot.
  7. @Skylark: Thanks for the link. I also found this link Apperently peas contain Citric Acid ...DUH. Oh well, atleast it makes sence now. @GFreeMO: I see, so I'm most likely correct about being Citric Acid intolerant. What kind of spice do you use for coocking? The food I've made so far is kinda dull =D I was thinking about making some dessing based on olive oil or plain youghurt for my salat. Do you have some good recipies? Can you tell me a bit about what you generelly eat? Some other questions. Does corn starch contain Citric Acid? Does regular corn contain Citric Acid? The link I posted say that sweet corn does. What should I eat to get C vitamins? Seems that it'll be hard to get C vitamin with out eating Citric Acid also. Many thanks for the help. I really appriciate it.
  8. Hey, I think that I have Citric Acid intolerance along with my gluten intolerance. Atleast every time I eat something with Citric Acid in it my body goes bananas. My vision get blurred, eyes go dry, loose stools, incomplete bowel emtying, stomac pain, Interstitial Cystitis and my feets are killing me. It's like my body cannabalise my feets treat pads. Also my memory is very foggy, though I'm not sure if it's caursed by Citric Acid or something else. Does anyone have a complete list of food with citric acid in it and/or a list with Citric Acid free food? What about a list with what procced foods contain Citric Acid? I read somewhere on thies borads that baby carrots is wassed in Citric Acid. I inted to on a salad+meat diet adn see what happens. I really need a good list as my ability to put a list together myself fromwhat I find on the net is next to zero. Stupid disease =( Thank you in advance I should proberbly mention that I'm a almost 29 year old male and I'm kinda picky with what I eat
  9. Ok, I'll eat gluten for the next 20 days until I'll have the biopsy done. hopefullt it's be enough. 2 hotdogs and I already got a major migraine, farting like a canon and intestinal pain. Can't wait for the joint and muscle pain. The Doctor didn't tell me to take any of the supplements. I was/is trying to fix myself as the Doctor told me to bugger off due to the negative blodtest. The appointment at the hospital is a resent development. The most of the problems with Celiac is caused by a lack of nutrients as I understands it. As for the B12 causing me to urinate. I think my body is short on fat and that it causes the B12 to be in excess. This site list B6, C and Magnesium as causing frequent urination This site list C, B complex, D and B12 injection as causing frequent urination. This site list B12 as causing frequent urination. It also list Diarrhea, Breathing Problems, Exhaustion, Hives, and Dizziness and Lack of Coordination, which I also have. I used to have insomnia and panic attacks. I'm fairly sure I don't have Swelling in the leg or blod clots.
  10. I'm a 28 year old man and sorry about my english. I'm Danish and my memmory does not work what so ever. I was actually diagnosed with schizophrenia in october 2004 and been on med for it since. I did stop with the meds some 4-5 months ago, as the side effect had become unendurable. Well, it started alread at the start of 2011, but no memmory, no attention span. All the symtomes that I've had in relation to schitzofrenia are gone now and only the dysfunctional memmory remains. I got some speaking problems also but I think it's because of the memmory problems. I might actually become normal again. /manic laugh I've lost some 20kg/44lb through the last year. My Doctor have given up on me and (finaly) sent me to a hospital for an eksamination. I know it's celiac because when i didn't know what was wrong, my body hurt like bloody hell. I read it might be celiac and stayed of gluten for a few weeks a got way better. I told it my Doctor who had me eat gluten for 2 weeks which caused me to feel hell again. Then I stopped eating gluten again and felt better again. The test were negative though and the Doctor won't listen to reason. On the 21 December I am to give a stool sample and have another blodsample drawn. For the stool sample. The hospital sent me a paper thing to strap on the toilet. The packet proberbly have instructions, but can anyone get me a walkthrough on what I'm supposed to do, just in case? And does anyone know some good ways to eh... take a crap? I been very constipated the last week or 2. But the last 3-4 days my bowls have been very cranky and I've spent lots of time on my throne. I guess I've accedently eat some gluten. I'm already eating some magnesium pills with calsium and d3 in them. (and some udo's choice, sometimes an iron pill and offen a b vitamin pill with B1, B2, B3, B5, B6) On the 5th of January, I will be exsamined in a hospital. I asume it will be a biopsy. Should I eat some gluten prior to the eksamination? I read that the villi regrow after a few days. I'm leaking urin and my underware is yellow from urin. When i sit down it becomes very bad. There have be some periods where it disappered even though I was proberbly eating gluten at the time. Does anyone know what might cause it? I've noticed that B12 couses me to produce loads of urin, though there might be other factores. Does anyone know lack of what nutrition that can course memmory problems? When I walk it feel like I walk on the bone and it have been so for some 10 months. Now, when I grab some plates it feel like I'm grabbing them with the bones in my hands. Is it coused be a lak of some specific nutrient or is it because I lost so much weight? I always had problems with the blodcirculation to my lower legs. If i sat down on my knees I would cut of the blod supply. Now it's become a problem with my left arm also. I think the iron pills fix it to some extend. But I don't really have a decent enough sample size. Is there an other a lack nutritions that my be the cause? Thanks in advance.