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

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    1. carolyno added a post in a topic Joint Pain   

      Here's my 2 cents: I was diagnosed with Celiac 2-1/2 years ago, and although the digestion was improving after going gluten-free, the muscle pain remained fierce. After researching all the possibilities, I concluded that it had to be a yeast imbalance since my intestinal tract was so trashed. I've remained on a yeast free diet and a daily regime of yeast killer pills. It has worked. My body is free of the muscle pain.

      My neuropathy....that's another issue! I still have nerve damage from the gluten ingestion!

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    2. carolyno added a post in a topic Not Absorbing After Year And A Half   

      I'll add my two cents worth. Calcium citrate is more absorbable than Calcium carbonate (I don't know what you've got in your Calcium supplements.) It's a pain in the butt because a human body can only absorb 500 mg at a time so I have to take it many times during the day. BUT it works for me! My blood levels are good AND I have stabilized my osteopenia.

      I also take about 800 IU of vitamin D with my calcium (Harvard has increased units recommended for women from 400 to 800 IU). And yes, I take magnesium as well.

      If your doctor does not understand vitamins (many do not take any nutritional courses in med school), then a naturopath may be helpful.
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