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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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One Year!
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I have now been Gluten Free for one year, officially. It feels like forever and a day. It's gotten a lot more natural but it is still odd to consider that this is a life long committment. This is my post of success, I survived!

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CONGRATS!! I cant wait until I can say that for myself. :D

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Yes, congrats! I'm exactly one month away from my 1 year anniversary--not feeling great in terms of health, but I feel like an expert on the diet, etc. :D

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Congratulations!

It does feel like a lot longer when 1 year comes around. You've done it this long and now you know you'll make it the rest of your life!

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Congrats!!! Keep up the good work. :)

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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celiac3270,

I'm sorry to see that you aren't feeling well yet. I met a man

through a family friend who said that it took him 3years

to heal, he is a lot older than you. Just a thought, have you

given up dairy? Thats what I had to do and I know others

have.

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Thanks--no, haven't tried that because the tests said that I didn't have any intolerances/allergies with milk products/dairy/casein/lactose, etc.

It does feel like a lot longer when 1 year comes around. You've done it this long and now you know you'll make it the rest of your life!

Yes--the first year does seem to take forever. It's hard to believe that only a year ago I was eating wheat-filled bagels every morning, pizzas, pastas, etc.

Congrats again, Stargirl :D

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I'm a month away from 13 years!!!!! feb 13th

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Congrats! Here's towards an easier second year!

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Congrats, it should get a lot easier to be able to resist a lot of things now that you are on your first year but things are still hard to resist. I had a doughnut just yesterday :( and I have been on this diet for 4 years. But it does get a lot easier.

Tiffany

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