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Bella11

Member Since 29 Dec 2013
Offline Last Active Jan 01 2014 03:03 PM
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#901024 Feeling Better But Still Not 100% Since Going gluten-free

Posted by Bella11 on 30 December 2013 - 09:55 PM

Nice to see everyone being open to different ideas.  I didn't say I was definitely correct just that it was a possible explanation.  I know people with severe food reactions in addition to celiac disease.  There is adequate support for cross reactivity - both for and against.  I believe when it comes to food allergies and celiac disease that it is better to be open minded and explore possible explanations when someone is not getting better.  As I said before people are entitled to their opinions.  I am not trying to make the diet "hard" just offer possible things to consider for someone having a difficult time.  Seriously didn't expect such narrow mindnessness from fellow celiacs.


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#900920 Feeling Better But Still Not 100% Since Going gluten-free

Posted by Bella11 on 29 December 2013 - 04:44 PM

There is no reliable evidence, currently, that a Celiac reacts to another food as if it were gluten.

http://www.curecelia...ross-reactivity

http://www.curecelia...ons-in-the-body

 

Most of us do not have this issue but some of the super sensitive do.  I imagine it is not common (certainly I've not had the issue) but I know people who have had this issue.  I am putting the idea out there as an option as people have different symptoms and what most people can handle, some cannot.  Whilst I am no expert or Doctor, I am studying grad level nutrition and do research before making such statements.  You are certainly entitled to your opinion as well.


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