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

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It seems recently I've read a lot of people having "new symptoms" popping up even after being long-term dedicated gluten-free individuals. Now not to s ay that anyone would miss this, but it is the flu season. It seems that many of you are very in tune with your bodies and reactions to gluten.

I thought I'd post this just as a friendly reminder, if cold like symptoms arise, i.e, feeling down and out and tired, exhausted, you may simply have a 'viral bug' you need to ride out. That doesn't mean you shouldn't mentaly recount what you've eaten to assure you didn't have a "gluten mishap" but, all in all. There may be no need for an all alarm gluten alert, it may simply be, that fated winter viral bug floating around!

However lets hope, there are no gluten accidents or cold bugs!


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