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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

      This Celiac.com 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 Celiac.com 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 Celiac.com Store.

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  1. Confused By Potato

    Totally incorrect ! Read the book 'deep nutrition' by dr cate shanahan and learn about all vegetable oils except olive oil will cause free radicals! That's the problem with forums, lay people giving advice...can be very confusing!
  2. Good to hear someone else has 'throat' issues...I get mucus in the throat as soon as I eat just about anything and it last for hours after eating...but at least I stopped the 'war' in my stomach after eating by taking pro biotic capsules plus no more constipation!,, simply amazing!
  3. I have not eaten gluten for one month today, I decided that I am sensitive to it, especially since I have Hashimotos disease. since I stopped I have gotten worse, my main symptom starts in the back of my tongue, always pleghm (spelling?) as soon as I eat anything...then the 'war' starts in my stomach almost within minutes...lots of noises and discomfort, not really pain...then I will start with the gas, incredible amounts (lucky for me they don't smell at all!!!!!) but it's impossible to be around other people...luckily my husband loves me a lot (33 yrs) or I would be in real trouble! So, I am now doing my own elimination diet, had a pear this morning, that was ok, then asparagus for lunch and dinner...so far,pretty ok...yams work fine, too....I stopped drinking alcohol around a year ago because it didn't feel right at night, headaches etc, which I never had before, stopped with coffe 2 yrs ago, too...I have been an insomniac for 20 yrs. doing some estrogen and progesterone cream every third night and I sleep like a baby that night...all very confusing!oh, forgot to mention that I've dealt with chronic constipation forever and hoping that gluten free will help there, too...milk of magnesia is my weekly remedy, I hope that google was correct telling me it's gluten free....so much to learn, but I' m patient and I do prepare good foods, salads and quinoa (add herbs and spices and it's delicious!) I'm 63 and exercise a lot, golf, hiking, swimming, 4mile walks almost daily, so there's no lack of exercise! Enough rambling, sorry...would love to know if anyone has the tongue/throat issue?
  4. Saw The Nutritionist

    Thanks for both responses...acid reflux has been an issue as well...when will things improve?
  5. Saw The Nutritionist

    Well, it took me an hour to find the spot where I had posted my question, I wish they could send a link to my email to get me to this spot If someone answers.... I have not eaten gluten for one month today, I decided that I am sensitive to it, especially since I have Hashimotos disease. since I stopped I have gotten worse, my main symptom starts in the back of my tongue, always pleghm (spelling?) as soon as I eat anything...then the 'war' starts in my stomach almost within minutes...lots of noises and discomfort, not really pain...then I will start with the gas, incredible amounts (lucky for me they don't smell at all!!!!!) but it's impossible to be around other people...luckily my husband loves me a lot (33 yrs) or I would be in real trouble! So, I am now doing my own elimination diet, had a pear this morning, that was ok, then asparagus for lunch and dinner...so far,pretty ok...yams work fine, too....I stopped drinking alcohol around a year ago because it didn't feel right at night, headaches etc, which I never had before, stopped with coffe 2 yrs ago, too...I have been an insomniac for 20 yrs. doing some estrogen and progesterone cream every third night and I sleep like a baby that night...all very confusing!oh, forgot to mention that I've dealt with chronic constipation forever and hoping that gluten free will help there, too...milk of magnesia is my weekly remedy, I hope that google was correct telling me it's gluten free....so much to learn, but I' m patient and I do prepare good foods, salads and quinoa (add herbs and spices and it's delicious!) I'm 63 and exercise a lot, golf, hiking, swimming, 4mile walks almost daily, so there's no lack of exercise! Enough rambling, sorry...would love to know if anyone has the tongue/throat issue?
  6. Saw The Nutritionist

    Are yams in the nightshade family?
  7. Saw The Nutritionist

    I want to send a warning about avocados....I love them, but found that they are very flatulent and since that's one of my main problems (gas, gas and more gas) I cut out advocados and bananas as well, also a highly flatulent food! Damn, what can I eat anymore, this is ridiculous!
  8. Try an elimination diet...you may have additional food intolerance...like eggs,milk,soy,corn...I am dealing with severe gas following anything I eat..., truly a real pain ! I can eat gluten free bread with egg substitutes in the am and yams at night...nothing much else without the war raging inside my gut!
  9. Kind Of New To This

    I like this kinda new page! I just diagnosed myself his week, started a vigorous gluten free program and feel a million times better already, and can wear a belt for the first time in years, because the pregnant look and feel is going away...amazing! I am giving away a lot of stuff from my pantry...
  10. Kind Of New To This

    Good girl!!!!
  11. A Farewell... Beating My Symptoms

    I am VERY new to this, but find it interesting that everyone thinks gluten free is so difficult. I have always eaten healthy meats, fruits and veggies, and only ditched all my crackers and sauces today...I love Trader Joes gluten free bread, so I'm cool with this diet. This is the first day that I am going to bed without my stomach rumbling and being very, very noisy...and I can't wait to loose that 'pregnant' looking belly and stop the all day gas production! Looking forward to get help here!
  12. 63 yrs old and finally figuring out that I am gluten intolerant after suffering symptoms for 30 yrs....so sad that I had to self diagnose!

  13. Kind Of New To This

    Trader joes has a delicious gluten free bread made from brown rice...if you use the toaster,be sure not to use the old one that has breadcrumbs in it!
  14. Deep Sleep Since Going Gluten Free

    I can't wait to see if gluten free will help my insomnia...it's been 20 yrs of battling with a sleeping disorder....but my first full day gluten free is already a treat, I can be around people without having to fear that my stomach acts up!!!!