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Impact Of Non Gluten Allergies?

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Hi - I'm trying to understand what effect non-Gluten allergies will have on my gut.  Will they have long term impact on my villi and absorption if I continue to eat these things?  I think I'm still a little lactose intolerant and have had a few reactions that I don't think are accidental glutenings since going gluten-free (Celiac) about a month ago and I'm trying to understand if this will impede my healing.




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Feel free to cut the dairy out. A good portion of celiacs cannot handle it after their dx. Some are even able to add it back after a while.


Will it impact your healing? I wouldn't think that it would.


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Hi! My son was just recently dx'd w/ Celiac and he's allergic to milk and eggs. He also has GERD/Reflux, so when he eats something spicy or acidic, it just burns really bad. I was concerned that when he had these episodes or exposure to milk or eggs that it would delay/impact the healing process (relating to celiac and the villi). They said "no" would not impact him and it is a separate problem in itself. Hope this helps and good luck!


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