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I have now been gluten free for almost 3 months. I mostly feel better but I have started noticing that sometimes I still have issues after eating.

I noticed the other day when I opened a new bag of Gluten free pretzels. after about 20 mins, I was so nauseated that I had to lay down. The room was spinning and I felt like I would vomit. AllI could do was sleep. I remember about 9 months ago, before I was diagnosed, I made home made soft pretzels and got the same sort of sick feeling, only way worse.

Again today, I just had some left over turkey on a gluten free roll and I have that nauseous feeling again. There have been other times, always after I eat some sort of gluten-free baked good.

So, I started researching yeast, as I feel that would be a common denominator. The symptoms of yeast intolerance sound like what I have going on and am wondering if I ALSO have a yeast intolerance, or maybe it's not Celiac at all but yeast? I was diagnosed, but not by positive biopsy or blood, I am IGA deficient and after seeing a few drs, my dr decided Celiac would explain all my vitamin deficiencies. For the most part, I do feel better and I have been for a while, but now feeling sick to my stomach again and dizzy.

thoughts?

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more than likely is that your reacting to something within the items. Flours perhaps?

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Why not just test yeast by itself? See if you get the same reaction from the yeast as you do from the yeasted baked good. Or, alternatively, eat something with all the same ingredients as the pretzels, but without yeast, like some sort of cookie or cracker, and see how you do.

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Just be sure the gluten-free products you are eating are CERTIFIED gluten-free. Otherwise they may not actually be gluten-free at all...

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