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

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  1. I personally had low calcium until I went on a gluten-free diet, I was 16 they told me o take 2000 mg calcium a day. I had a bone density test to confirm, years later at 21 I was dx'd. Now 27 living gluten-free and recently dairy free. I think I'll do my research and brush up on nutrition and then scratch the dairy and gluten 100% and see how long I stay married for.... Lmao. Or at least to Gluten-free Casein-free for my toddler and myself. I love the coconut yogurt but my store doesn't alway carry it :-/ Thanks soooo much! Love this site
  2. My battery is dying but, inreber in 06 when I was tested I was considered a gluten sensitive category.... I only felt better when I was 100% gluten-free now 6 almost 7 yrs later I'm going casein free as well. It can't do any harm but make her feel better, it's extremely hard at first but I promise is gets better. I'd look into getting everyone tested... It's generally healthier yet expensive. Happy new year!
  3. Just a thought, I didn't read all the posts but... I've been gluten-free for at least 2 years if not more, I just tried casein free... See what happens. Same things happened to me, but the stomach aches were coming back more frequently so I decided to try it...I saw immediate results. Best of luck. Ps don't eat gluten again, it's not worth it!!! Never know what your reaction will be this time!
  4. Hi, I have been gluten-free myself since 2006, gone off the wagon a few times but for the past two years I've been consistently gluten-free due to pregnancy, breast feeding and all that jazz. My daughter will be two in march and I've done my best to keep her gluten-free... My hub will sneak stuff every now and then, which frustrates me... However she does have loose stools at times following his snacks.... I'm beginning to think she has issues with casein. I am very lucky in the sense that most of my symptoms are just a stomach ache and loose stools.... I have never been diagnosed with celiac but it was just assumed I have a gluten sensitivity... She with my LITTLE ONE, of course she's been mostly gluten-free since she was born. I am getting to the point where I feel like I know more than the doctors regarding all this because I knows body. I'm afraid to take her off dairy because of the vit d and calcium milk cheese and yogurt provide her. Does any one have suggestions or similar scenarios? I feel 100% better when I don't have any casein... It sucks but wow what a difference!!! I've been siring silk products soy and coconut instead of dairy. Please, any feedback is appreciated.. Starting to feel lost. Thank you, and happy new year to all!