I have had a rash near my groin for years now. My doctors have never been able to put a finger on it (some calling it psoriasis, and others calling it eczema). I just recently read up about DH and I am wondering if that is maybe what I have. I am going to look more in depth into this, and post some pictures later (PG rated of course).
My question for you guys is, after having this rash for years, do you think it will ever go away fully? Or has the rash scarified by now?
I thought I would share this little gem with everybody.
It is called Il Fornello in Toronto. It is an italian restaurant that offers gluten-free pasta and pizza options. Some of the locations also allow you to buy pre-made doughs that you can take home to construct your own masterpiece.
I have some more questions but I figure if I tackle them individually and work on each thing over time.
My next question is do I NEED to re-equip my kitchen or is there a simpler way to clean my stuff so that I can continue to use it? On another thread, I was told that white vinegar is good for counters, but would that work for my other stuff?
I have had celiac for a while now and unfortunately I knew this but never really paid too much attention to it. Recently I randomly decided to pursue the gluten free diet again and so far so good. I feel better but there are many more steps that I want to do to ensure smooth sailing from here on out. I am going to get a new toaster, and clean my counters with anti-bacterial soap etc.
One of the things I have been reading a lot about is the issue of lactose for celiacs. I have never had an issue with lactose, and even when I switched back to the gluten free diet, I havent had any issues.
Can anybody clarify if I NEED to go lactose free for a while or not?