Yes, that list I posted includes stuff to look out for in your cosmetics as well, I think.
Spices get contaminated often depending on brands, sources, and packaging plants, you have to find brands that are certified, I find Spicely Orangics works here.
Supplement wise I am on a ton. I take combinations of Liquid Health Brand, Stress & Energy and Neurologic Support for B-Vitamins, I take Doctors Best Chelated Powdered Magnesium. I drink a bunch of almond milk and eat a lot of nuts, seeds, green leafy veggies, and a huge viarity of foods always having a mix to balance out my needs in vitamins (I studied alot an worked with a dietician to learn what contains what and find my balance). I found a IBS targeted probitotic from jarrow seems to work best with me and no bloat. List of other supplements if you want but with celiacs different people can get different deficiencies and you should probably talk to a dietician and see about having your own regiment built up. I just listed the common ones.
I was thinking about this later on and after I got off the stuff for awhile I found myself randomly vomiting from some foods, none of the brain fog, numbness, Just throwing up. Ended up I developed intolerance to certain foods like egg yolks, soy, and a few others things. I also developed allergies to corn where I would just get sores in my mouth and digestive tact and run 99-102F Fevers when I ate anything contaminated with it. And a peanut allergy that caused me to distend and swell throwing up for hours and getting a rash later on. My different reactions to different foods made my dietician laugh at how odd my body is (we both did after talking for awhile) and my doctors found it interesting and kept on wanting to run more test.
I will cut dairy out immediately. I have eliminated most processed foods already. I do use a lot of spices. I read labels on everything. It is so overwhelming.
Is there a good list of ingredients to look for in cosmetics, soaps, supplements... ?
It has been recommended that I take a probiotic, calcium and vitamin D. Do you take supplements?
My Celiac symptoms always flare after vaccinations. I've been gluten free for 6 1/2 years. I find the vaccine benefit to outweigh the temporary rise in symptoms--even though it is quite annoying.
Since you've been gluten free for about a year, it's very likely you need more time to heal. Just stick with it as best you can . Keep getting flu shots!
I think it's best to think of Celiac as a lifelong "trait" (like having red hair, for example) rather than something you can "fix".
You will be OK. Keep eating simple, healthful foods to help your body heal. Good luck!