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In Topic: How To Help An Asymptomatic Celiac Stop Cheating On A Gluten Free Diet

Today, 12:37 PM

what karen said:  i had a multitude of 'unrelated' symptoms clear up after i started the gluten free diet.  just because he doesn't have digestive issues doesn't necessarily mean he is asymptomatic.  migraines, joint pain, fatigue, inflammation etc and many things are misdiagnosed not to mention his immune system is in constant distress and not working correctly, so he is likely to pick up any sort of virus or whatnot and his body will not be able to fight it off (without super antibiotics, which messes up your intestinal flora)  i have not been 'sick' since i quit gluten.  not even a sniffle - i used to get pneumonia every year !  everybody else in my house was knocked down by the flu last year but me.  ME!  <the sick one, lolz, the only thing that makes me sick now is:  the evil gluten   <_<

 

if you are feeding him, feed him gluten free ;)  chicken, mashed taters, carrots, ta da!    you can find a ton  of dinner ideas just search "what's for dinner" in the cooking and baking section. 

 

welcome to the forum :)


In Topic: Paper Plates?

26 August 2015 - 12:31 PM

i just spit on my dishes and hope for the best :D  because my dog died  :lol:

 

KIDDING !!  but i do hate the dishwasher discussion.  let's get back to the subject

 

i think the hardest thing would be to keep the kid's hands out of his mouth (and toys, etc)  i, myself, had a hard time stopping licking my fingers.  you don't realize how many times you do that a day until you try to stop!


In Topic: Me And My Family Show Symptoms Of Celiac,vitamin D Deficient As Well..blood T...

26 August 2015 - 12:13 PM

what is NAET treatment?  your problems sure sound familiar (ugh) - but - if you're planning (or your dr is planning) on doing more tests, do stay on gluten.  my blood test came back negative because my dumb dr told me to try gluten free *before* testing.  is your dr wanting to do an endoscopy?  they'll tell you to continue eating gluten.  i feel ya, kiddo, they were all like:  we don't know what's wrong with you but here's a pill zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz...  

 

doctors are just beginning to make the gut/brain connection.  hang in there.  i hope you find some answers :/


In Topic: Paper Plates?

25 August 2015 - 01:56 PM

do they use hand sanitizer?  whoever is handling his food (including him) need to wash their hands with soap and water, especially if they are preparing gluteny food for others.  hand sanitizer will only make the gluten germ free.  you have to rinse it off.  i would switch your pet food, too.  and anything that could run into his mouth at bath time, like shampoo or body wash.  we had to replace a bunch of kitchen items (scratched plastic containers, cutting boards, wooden spoons, colanders, etc anything porous where gluten could be stuck)  


In Topic: Microscopic Colitis, Sensitivity, No Celiac Diagnosis

21 August 2015 - 12:22 PM

 (that ought to be a horror movie...  "The Glutening")

 

 

HAHAHAAAHAAAAA!  that is hilarious!!!  :D

 

opening scene:  brain fog comes rolling in.  toilets flushing furiously.....   :lol:   LOLOLZ !!

 

i hope you feel better, dave & welcome to the forum.  don't eat the gluten.  it obviously hates you  :o  <_<  ^_^


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