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

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  1. I have the same problem. I have always been overweight regardless of how much I eat. wheat makes me very constipated. I almost never get diarea. May be once every 5 or 6 years if that.
  2. You Find Out Who Your Friends Are...

    "friendliness" does not mean friend. I personally believe if you do not want to be inconvenienced for your friends than you are not friends!
  3. You Find Out Who Your Friends Are...

    wow, you do not just need to get rid of her, you need to tell her that she's being a b*tch. The malt spill sounded intentional, same with the cheese puffs or whatever she was eating.
  4. yep, I have to go without dairy, soy, wheat, must limit sugar, can't eat peanuts, it sucks. HOWEVER, I discovered UDI's bread products. They are AWESOME. I make chicken sandwitches with lean chicken breast, smart balance (they light stuff may not have soy) and swiss cheese (for some reason it works for me). I have also made fish sandwiches. both are delicious.
  5. I am hypoglycemic and I have celiac disease. No one ever asks me where I can eat when we're out. Because of my hypoglycemia I have to have a balanced meal so I generally end up having to eat wheat and I get sick. I have a horrible migraine because I had to eat wheat yesterday. You are very lucky your friends care.