Hello and thank you for taking the time to read my post.
A few months ago, I adopted what I call a gluten light lifestyle. I do not eat breads, cookies, pasta, etc. However, I still use Campbell’s Cream of Mushroom soup when making casseroles as an example of gluten light.
My Physician’s Assistant recommended I try a gluten free diet to see if it would alleviate any of the joint pain in my hands. My joint pain has defied diagnosis but it is currently under control with medication and a gluten light lifestyle.
I have experienced good results with removing most of my gluten from my diet. My hands feel practically normal and my digestive system has improved remarkably. What convinced me beyond a doubt that I am gluten sensitive at the least, was an incident at Thanksgiving. I chose to have 2-3 bites of stuffing. My hands ached within a couple of hours and stayed that way for 4 days. So, it’s gluten light for me without little tastes along the way.
I have not been tested for anything regarding gluten or Celiac. My personal experiences are enough for me to keep with the new lifestyle. However, I was told by a lady with Celiac that I could be doing permanent damage to myself by not going completely gluten free. Is this true? Could I be doing myself harm without even knowing it?
Thank you in advance for your thoughts on the matter.
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