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dilettantesteph

Hi :) & Thanks. I really hope so too.
Jun 26 2012 04:44 AM
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dilettantesteph

Hi! I have been feeling well. You've been helping me out a lot on another forum, and was curious to know more about you. Thanks for all your help!
May 14 2012 03:54 PM
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dilettantesteph

Thank you! I was reading one of your posts and noticed your signature. Very impressive! :)
Apr 30 2012 09:42 AM
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dilettantesteph

This is interesting to read. The FDA did a study of research on how much gluten is safe for a celiac. They came up with a very low number. http://www.fda.gov/downloads/Food/ScienceResearch/ResearchAreas/RiskAssessmentSafetyAssessment/UCM264152.pdf
Jan 09 2012 04:38 AM
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dilettantesteph

As you can see from my picture, my gender is female, not male. Someone has a strange sense of humor and the ability to change peoples profiles.
Dec 23 2011 06:40 AM
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    Your gender setting automatically sets as male unless otherwise selected. No tampering here...
    Jan 17 2012 03:22 PM
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    dilettantesteph
    I thought it automatically sets to "not telling". That's what it used to say. That's what other peoples say. That's what I was unable to change it back to.
    Jan 22 2012 07:01 AM
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dilettantesteph

If you think something is bothering you, but it's only a little bit and you can't tell for sure, try eating a bigger serving. Eat 4 times the normal amount. Then you will know.
Jun 23 2011 07:01 AM
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dilettantesteph

Once you have come up with a safe diet, keep a food journal of what you eat and how you feel. Only add one new thing a week. It can take awhile to know if you have symptoms.
Jun 23 2011 07:01 AM
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dilettantesteph

For meat, get it cut up at the meat processor, not recut at the store where it is more likely to get cc due to the variety of things cut in the same place.
Jun 23 2011 07:00 AM
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dilettantesteph

With seafood, have them put on fresh gloves and get it directly from the box that came from the supplier. Once it has been set out, who knows what has touched it.
Jun 23 2011 06:59 AM
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dilettantesteph

With your meat, avoid chicken. The way they are processed the feces tend to contaminate. Cooking to 165 degrees as recommended will kill salmonella, but it won't get rid of trace gluten.
Jun 23 2011 06:58 AM
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dilettantesteph

The Super Sensitive Diet.
Do this for two weeks.
Have only produce and meat. Check toiletries soap etc. carefully for gluten content and be careful to consume as little as possible.
With the produce, avoid anything you can't peel. Wash and peel everything carefully. Try to avoid coated produce. Farmer's markets are good for this. Try to avoid things grown...
Jun 23 2011 06:55 AM
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dilettantesteph

I'm a SUPER SENSITIVE CELIAC If you think you might be too, try a google search for more resources.
Mar 26 2011 05:45 AM