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Celiac Ninja

Member Since 12 May 2011
Offline Last Active Feb 22 2015 05:28 PM

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In Topic: Halloween Celiac Stereotypes

22 February 2015 - 05:30 PM

Seems funny, obviously I wouldn't go trick or treating with my specific allergies, that'd be stupid. I'd buy my own specific treats and not bother anyone else. Celiac's could just have a specialty Hallow-Treat party at home, baking specific dishes that simple but tasty, using proper precautions of course. Then invite friends/family with specific issues. AND HAVE A TREAT! :D

In Topic: Caffine Allergy

07 December 2014 - 10:45 AM

I think I just found my own answer?


Is the only certified Gluten Free carob I have found so far.


Am a super celiac. And caffeine is my nemesis. :( But I will try this company.

In Topic: What Do You Eat For A Light Breakfast That Is Safe And Doesn't Give You R...

25 November 2014 - 05:49 PM

My kids and I eat Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free oat meal with some Silk coconut milk, hot water, and sliced up banana. Seems to stoke the fires for hours.

In Topic: Does Anyone Get These Strange Symptoms?

12 August 2014 - 06:27 AM

You DO NOT have to eat gluten to be tested for Celiac! Don't eat gluten.


A CELIAC PANEL is a DNA test which is accurate for doctor to determine if you are a celiac. Celiac disease is genetic therefore being on a gluten free or gluten diet doesn't not make a difference.


There is a long period of fasting for this test for people like us who suffer from malabsorbtion. It will take 4 larger test tubes of blood. So bring snacks after wards to eat immediately. I was tested positive for celiac disease on a gluten diet and off of gluten, your DNA will show it no matter what. It's always going to be there, unfortunately.

In Topic: Many New Food Allergies At Once?

12 August 2014 - 06:00 AM

Ditto only fast forward several years. I'm allergic to nearly everything, according to a naturopath, I plan on getting a poke test for allergies on my back. I'm sure that will entertain the nurses as I swell up and look like the hunchback of Notre dome.


I'm right there with ya for the layering of allergies and symptoms. It's as if my whole cellular structure has revolted. I'm putting a tiny bit of progesterone cream on each day now since I've hit menopausal symptoms again. Not an enjoyable rollercoaster. :S :P


So I'll keep praying for healing, answers, peace, etc. De-stress as much as you can each day. It seems stress for me triggers a lot of the allergic reactions, as if my immune system has PTSD.

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