One of my doctors told me she wished even half her patients were as well informed as I am. I have been known to walk into their office with medical studies to discuss them, for example. Also, whatever you have been reading, you clearly believe that you're completely healed, but medical science says that if that is true, you are in the minority. Most people do not truly heal all the damage from celiac disease, even on their gluten free diet. And one major factor that is attributed to, is ongoing low level exposures people aren't aware of, because it drops them below the threshold of gi tract discomfort. Here is just one study pointing out that most of us aren't healed.
Again, here is just a small example of why your posts are so loaded with error and misinformation. If you want to believe you are well informed, have fun with that. We had other people on this board in the past who seemed to think they were always right and did nothing but spread erroneous info, make wild claims about being glutened from garden produce and that they reacted to 1 ppm of gluten, among other things. How sad that some people choose to ignore all the real medical advice about Celiac and persist in dispensing nonsense.
The vast majority of people with Celiac, who know their subject matter and what to do, heal well on the gluten-free diet. Otherwise we would all be miserable, sick and life would not be worth living. You can do whatever you want as it won't impact me. I just hope the OP and others who are looking for real answers to their Celiac issues know enough to ignore those who persist in spreading myths and incorrect information. That is the real challenge today.
As for the husband, he also has ADHD. I can nag, yell, cry and scream until I am blue in the face, but my medical conditions don't make his magically stop existing. He is always extremely apologetic, and tries really hard after a problem, but he's not good at being consistent with his own needs, either, so expecting greater success with mine would be silly. Perhaps critiquing people's parenting skills of challenging children and ADHD husbanding skills you don't have and have no genuine context for, is not the best way to impress upon me that you are an expert of some kind functioning from facts.
There are ADHD husbanding skills? I must have missed that class...who knew? I am also very upset that I don't possess any genuine context either.
Does anyone want to let Mrs. Condescension know the address of that other forum where Celiac myths and misinformation abound? She would be quite at home there.