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Member Since 26 Nov 2012
Offline Last Active Jan 16 2013 03:58 PM

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Burning Toes At Night

12 January 2013 - 04:32 AM

Does anyone get burning toes at night? Once in a while I get that and it lasts for 30-60 minutes but it is painful and wakes me up. Any ideas what it could be? I thought maybe glutened or food sensitivity.

Does Anyone Get Burning Toes At Night When Glutened?

11 January 2013 - 06:17 PM

Just wondering if you get burning toes when eating hidden gluten? Maybe this is something else/ The pain wakes me up and lasts no longer than an hour.

Toes Burn At Night

08 January 2013 - 03:40 AM

Every once in a while I get woken up by a feeling of burning in my right toes. It only lasts for 30-60 minutes. I thought maybe it is from eating a food that I may be sensitive to but not sure why I get that. Does anyone get this and could it be from getting some gluten by accident?

Al-Cat Vs. Elisa Food Testing

31 December 2012 - 05:03 PM

Does anyone know which test is better? Please let me know if you had the test and found it helpful. I had the elisa test and found it to be very accurate. My daughter just had the al-cat test and they never asked her about medications or did any fasting, which makes me think it is not as accurate. The elisa testing they had me fast, wear no make-up, lotion, no brushing teeth, and no medications until after the blood draw. I was much more impressed with the elisa test. Any feedback would be appreciated.

Fatigue And Anxiety

30 December 2012 - 07:40 PM

My daughter is 18 years old and went gluten free a year ago and does not have anymore stomach aches, and very few headaches. She was tested through Entero labs(stool sample) and found out she was gluten intolerant last year. She was feeling better but now is having fatigue and anxiety at school. She is too young to feel that she does not have energy. I think she has food sensitivities and she will find out in a few weeks, as she was blood tested (al-cat).

Anyone that was tested through al-cat and feeling better because they are not eating the foods they were sensitive to? I am very concerned that she will have many foods that she likes that will be off limits to her. It will make it challenging to prepare food that she enjoys. Any ideas?

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