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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Want To Have A Little Gluten?

    I am 69 and was diagnosed 5 years ago, after an acute onset of extreme gastro issues about a year earlier. I've been gluten-free since then, but still have persistent gastro issues, though not as bad as before. However, I am able to work, and actually have a pretty difficult job in another country. I still have B-12 deficiency and anemia, which makes me more tired. But I can work. I will say, however, that fortunately I did not have your other health issues (breat cancer and Graves). But as for celiac, yes, it is definitely possible to recover enough to work, even at a rather advanced age. Best of luck to you in finding a good job that is manageable despite the fact that you may never feel as good as you did at one time. Many of us in our sixties and later do not want to stop working, or need to work for financial reasons.
  2. I was referred to a nutritionist right after I was diagnosed four years ago. She went through a half hour of "Nutrition 101", covering essentially the recommendations of the Standard American Diet. We we got to "grains", she recommended that I eat whole wheat rather thanwhite bread, and to make sure it was actually whole wheat rather than just caramel colored! I reminded her that I was there for celiac disease, and she said, "Oh, right......" So, well, let's just say I did not find it very useful.
  3. @BeijingAir

  4. You might want to try taking digestive enzymes. I was diagnosed two and a half years ago with celiac disease, and I was still having major intestinal symptoms until about a month ago when a doctor suggested I take digestive enzymes. It has made an unbelievable difference.