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How Long Does It Taken To Recover From An Accidental Glutening


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#1 UnhappyCoeliac

 
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Posted 01 June 2013 - 01:31 AM

Had something that had no ingredients of gluten BUT ALSO didn't claim to be gluten free, in the past I have found it OK

but this time it made sick, very strange but I can tell by my bowl movements whether I have been glutended or not

 

IF YOU have been fairly gluten free how long does it take the body to recover?


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Posted 01 June 2013 - 09:59 AM

Had something that had no ingredients of gluten BUT ALSO didn't claim to be gluten free, in the past I have found it OK

but this time it made sick, very strange but I can tell by my bowl movements whether I have been glutended or not

 

IF YOU have been fairly gluten free how long does it take the body to recover?

Hi UC,

 

One study showed there were still abnormalities in some celiac patients guts after 18 months gluten-free.


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Posted 01 June 2013 - 04:28 PM

Had something that had no ingredients of gluten BUT ALSO didn't claim to be gluten free, in the past I have found it OK
but this time it made sick, very strange but I can tell by my bowl movements whether I have been glutended or not
 
IF YOU have been fairly gluten free how long does it take the body to recover?


I have noticed that you ask a question and never come back to it. Why?

And I am wondering....if you " hate everyone", why are you asking us questions? Are we not part of " everyone"?

Not sure why I am asking you to answer as you don't respond. Silly me!
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#4 Brandiwine

 
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Posted 01 June 2013 - 04:39 PM

Lima Bean I think you scared them off, that profile isn't active anymore as of today....
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Posted 01 June 2013 - 04:52 PM

Lima Bean I think you scared them off, that profile isn't active anymore as of today....


Nah! She didn't. There seems to be a glitch in the system it appears. Need computer miracle workers to fix it.

It is true that this guy seems to post questions and never come back to the thread to comment, answer questions or thank people.
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Posted 03 June 2013 - 06:10 AM

Well that is a good questions how long does it take?  Does it get worse each time, etc.

 

I do appreciate your answers, I am an eager pupil, it seems the only way to get through this is to ask questions and learn and maybe I will end up healthier than ever in my life.

 

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Posted 05 June 2013 - 04:24 AM

Hi UC,

 

One study showed there were still abnormalities in some celiac patients guts after 18 months gluten-free.

 

Thanks for the post will take that with a grain of salt personally I have achieved normal blood levels from 3 months gluten free.

 

I have noticed that you ask a question and never come back to it. Why?

And I am wondering....if you " hate everyone", why are you asking us questions? Are we not part of " everyone"?

Not sure why I am asking you to answer as you don't respond. Silly me!

 

I'm back
 


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