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Chopper

Member Since 24 Mar 2011
Offline Last Active Oct 14 2012 08:58 AM
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#824048 Glutened By Vapors

Posted by Chopper on 17 September 2012 - 08:01 PM

I think the use of the terms psychosomatic and psychological were perhaps not the best to use.... your body reacted as if it had been glutened even though gluten did not acutally enter your body. This is not in your mind it has more to do with a complex system of sensory neurons. As to what was the stimuli that caused your body to react this way it could have been the vapors. But something did cause your body to detect a presence of gluten or wheat and so it reacted. The body can really be a difficult thing to understand at times.


Well thought out words, well seasoned with salt. Thank you very much!

The presentation of the posters here to portray me as simply being wrong or reacting psychosomatically did NOT sit well with me. I emailed my question to six celiac centers and/or physicians. The response I'm receiving does NOT agree with how the posters here have presented the situation. I'm not a 'told you so' kind of person, so I will simply recommend that anyone experiencing the same thing that I have should also consult with a professional and not a forum. Simply google "celiac research facilities physicians" and start emailing.
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#823919 Glutened By Vapors

Posted by Chopper on 17 September 2012 - 07:48 AM

Interesting how all of your strong opinions label my reactions as psychological. Actually, it's quite insulting. This brings back memories when some friends and family thought if I simply ate more gluten my body would get used to it because there's no such thing as celiac.
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