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Mum in Norway

Member Since 14 Sep 2012
Offline Last Active Apr 15 2014 10:15 AM
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#892644 Possible New Neuro Symptoms Since Diagnosis - Should I Avoid Dairy

Posted by Mum in Norway on 19 October 2013 - 03:18 PM

Hi Cristiana!

I am wondering, is wheat starch commonly used in gluten free baked goods and flour blends in UK as it is in Norway? If so, try to stay away from that and stick to what is naturally gluten free, as wheat starch has traces of gluten, but less than 20 ppm, so it is considerd safe for most celiacs.


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#891275 Too Limited Diet, And Still Sick. Not Sure What To Do...

Posted by Mum in Norway on 09 October 2013 - 01:04 AM

These recomandations are based on the idea that you need AT LEAST tha amount of protein, no mote fat than that and it is ok for carbs to fill the rest of your diet. You NEED far less carbs, and it is perfectly fine with more protein. As long as your sources of fat are of good quality, its ok with more fat as well.

To me, the symtoms you describe sund like another food intolerance


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#888143 Has Anyone Tried 'celiac Support' Supplement From Pioneer?

Posted by Mum in Norway on 11 September 2013 - 11:52 PM

I orderd it from iHerb, thinking maybe it woult help me feel better sooner. But I am starting to suspect that it is actually upsetting my stomach. Some days I get really bloated, nauseous and have D, and other days I feel so good, better than ever. I think there is a pattern, that the days I feel so good is the same days that I forget to take the supplement in the morning (it is supposed to be taken on an empty stomach, so I take it early in the morning).

Has anyone tried this stuff? Is it any good, or is it actually making me ill? If so, why?

I'm sure you'll find the ingredient list if you google it, I don't have it with me now


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#885500 Other Known Causes Of High Dgp Igg Besides Celiac?

Posted by Mum in Norway on 23 August 2013 - 01:39 PM

Interesting.

Im having a biopsi done in less than two weeks, after the test showd DGP IgG of 10 (normal <7, positive >10) and very strong symptomes of celiac with heavy reactions to gluten, but every other blood value normal.

I realy feel like this could go eather way, and I don't know if I should hope for a positive for celiac, as that would provide some (alot of) answers, or if Im better of knowing for 'sure' that I don't have celiac, just a slightly elevated antibody against gluten... I realy can't that to make sence, that i would have elevated DGP IgG but not celiac, with the reactions I am having to gluten?

Oh well. Right now the maine focus is the day I can stop eating gluten again, afetr having done the biopsi :D


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