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

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Today I'm Feeling Pretty Good!

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This is in some ways, a bit of a pointless topic. As I'm not asking for help or offering help. Though maybe it could act as encouragement to those at a similar stage to me.

Today, for the first time in AGES, I've had a good day. I feel well enough to work, I'm actually pretty focused and getting stuff done. It feels great. Still tired and certainly not normal, but it's a big step up from where I've been.

Strangely, it's come only a couple of days after eating a big mac. Which effected me for a few days but today, I do feel much better than usual. Maybe it give my body some kind of a kick. Who knows.

For the first time, in these two months of being gluten free, I've actually felt there's maybe hope for me yet!

Thanks to everybody here, for awesome advice and encouragement. I figured it was worth celebrating, so I've even got my santa hat on! haha :)


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