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Celiac Ninja

Member Since 12 May 2011
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 05:41 PM

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In Topic: Going In For Surgery Next Week - Freaking Out At The Hospital...

18 July 2015 - 04:08 PM

I totally can't have anything the hospital offers. It's part of being allergic to more than just gluten.


Reed's soda is gluten free, they make many different flavors. They have a website, you can call, email, ask questions, find one that your body is okay with so the next time your in the hospital you have back up! :D Prepare for the stupid people in your life. Stand firm with what you know.


I tupperware homemade food where ever I go. Got Intolerance Enzyme complex pills and Gluten enzyme pills for just the situation where somebody gluten's me. Especially my kids. Hands and toys get in my mouth.


I'd be totally running out that hospital in my gown with the back out!


I hope your surgery went just fine.

In Topic: Scientists Find Cause Of Celiac Disease - Wnd.com

18 July 2015 - 04:00 PM

The find that will impress me is: Is our body (celiac's body) capable of producing and or maintaining gluten enzymes to break down gluten? We can retrain the immune system, build our tolerance back up (different ways to do this) but where are our enzymes going?? What does our body do with our gluten enzymes?

In Topic: Old Hag Syndrome / Sleep Paralysis

11 July 2015 - 09:16 AM

I've had this a few times, Chiropractor and I thought it might be related to my scoliosis. Vertebrae and or muscle cramp disrupting the neck or something.


Later I learned, it does happen on my back every time, it's part of the melatonin in the base of the brain over producing. Not sure why or how, could be food allergies. Since I've gone gluten-free I no longer have these sleep paralysis episodes.


It is very frightening. Couldn't breath or move, only thing I could move is the scm muscles in my neck, slowly turn my head right and left and got out of it. That's why I thought it was a muscle spasm in the base of my neck or a vertebrae out, once I started moving it I could get out of it.

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.

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