I would say it is entirely possible to be vegetarian and have celiac and other food sensitivities. I am a vegan(no animal products) celiac, who does not eat soy, peanuts, and now even refined sugars. my body has helped me figure out what my body doesn't like to eat, and I've listened. There are many different ways to get a source of protein into your daily intake, through eating different combinations of grains, legumes, nuts & seeds, vegetables & fruit several times throughout the day. I would look up "complete proteins for vegetarians". there are so many combinations that even with avoiding some foods you should get plenty of protein.
andrea leeMember Since 25 Jan 2011
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i am a vegan, soy-free celiac,currently living in brooklyn, ny. i love to cook, and eat healthy. i also love to bake delicious treats that even have my "normal" friends asking for seconds. after being diagnosed with celiac, i have helped my mother and grandmother find they too have the illness. i am a tattoo artist, cyclist and travel often all around the globe. i have learned many things about my body and my health along the way and would love to share them and my signature recipes with you!!
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