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obesiac

Member Since 28 Mar 2012
Offline Last Active Jun 11 2015 06:41 AM
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In Topic: What Supplements Do Take?

11 June 2015 - 06:28 AM

I wrote this down a while ago - celiac deficiencies : Vitamin D, B 12, B9, A, E, K , Iron , zinc, and magnesium.

While healing I made sure to get these but now I just take a multi about every other day . Occaisionally take magnesium. I eat about 80% vegetarian. Lots of raw for max enzymes and vitamin/mineral content.

When needed I take valerian and chamomile tea for anxiety. I take melatonin when needed for insomnia.


In Topic: Do You Eat gluten-free Oatmeal?

30 May 2015 - 05:30 AM

Over the years I have tried oats and I think they make my vision blurry. That may sound odd to a non celiac but to you people just a normal conversation, right?

So I'm never eating oats again.


In Topic: More, Worse Symptoms,.... Depression Taking Hold.

17 May 2015 - 08:46 AM

Ravenwoodglass , you , and I have a lot in common. Im in my 50s too. Job security is an issue at our age. I had to quit my good paying job (nurse) in 2010 due to brain fog , fatigue, etc. two years ago I worked as a housekeeper 2 days a week . It was all I could handle. I did that for a year. Not working now due to selling house and moving plans.

The bright side is we are getting closer to 62 and could retire on soc sec. I have a very small 401 k type account. But I still want to work part time.

Anyway, stop getting glutened. You deserve to feel good.


In Topic: More, Worse Symptoms,.... Depression Taking Hold.

16 May 2015 - 07:16 AM

Sounds like what I went through. To me nutrition was extremely important because of the malnutrition due to undiagnosed celiac. I used vitamins , lots of salads, fruit. It took years to get my strength back. I too had years of fatigue .

Towards the end of that fatigue I started to take Lexapro, an antidepressant. Depression will give you fatigue. I take the lowest dose possible . Its a 10 mg tablet. I cut that into quarters and take it only when I feel that sinking feeling. And then only every other day. 

Why do I take such a low dose ? Because it works for me. I am extremely sensitive to medication. You know if your sensitive if you can take a half an aspirin and it will relieve your headache or minor aches and pains. And all meds have side effects. Us celiacs don't need any more effects.

I hope you get some healing before hitting the crisis point.


In Topic: What Happens And How Do You Deal With Being Glutened?

10 May 2015 - 08:32 AM

One good thing you got going is that you are 18 and know you need to avoid gluten. The bad - you have violent reactions. Can you tell us what you had for dinner that you talk about ?

I am 53 and went undiagnosed for 40+ years . I did not have violent reactions but had dermatitis herpatiformis and other symptoms that were just annoying and not a cause for hospitalization. Such as, blurry vision, poor hearing, fatigue, achy joints, weight gain, brain fog, etc.

Strict gluten free since 2010 and Im getting better. Feeling so much better that I am getting a little careless. I had a large starbucks java chip frappacino last night and now I learn it has gluten in it. I had some nausea, diahrea, a little fatigued, a little unfocused. I came here to find out what others do when they get glutened.


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