If you feel good and your blood tests are good, I just don't see the need for another biopsy. There are some dangers involved in sticking stuff own your throat and into your small bowel, although overall it's a relatively safe procure. The second time they did my dad, they accidentally tore his esophagus(??). He ended up fine, but it certainly wasn't any fun.
I've never had another one after being diagnosed and I don't plan to unless there's something strange going on.
Good Humor is a Unilever company and Unilever will clearly list any gluten. This ice cream is gluten-free.
"Is the mounds bar gluten free
We recommend consumers read the label each time before buying our product. If gluten is present, it is clearly listed in plain language on the ingredient label (i.e., wheat flour, rye, barley, oats, and malt). Malt is a barley based ingredient."
As the original poster sort of hinted, there's really no reason at all to be looking for a culprit here and I certainly wouldn't be grilling the hosts based on her "reaction." desperateforhealth ate too much one day, then didn't eat enough the next day, and maybe had a virus on top of that. It's really pretty much impossible to pinpoint anything given that scenario.
NO!! Let them eat gluten. I would not warp my kids' childhood that way unless I knew it were necessary.
As for developing other conditions, think back on all of the studies over the decades that have pointed to something dietary causing something, only to have it reversed in the next study. Look at how many times they've gone back and forth over coffee, for instance.
Just a reminder to those who do have DH that most folks who have DH can eventually eat shrimp and don't have to worry about iodine for the rest of their lives, but for some folks it can take a couple of years of the diet to get there. In my case, I NEVER had to worry about iodine (and of course some iodine is essential to good health). If you have or had dh, try out the iodine in small quantities to see how you do.
For the newbies reading this, I'm going out on a limb and guessing that if you cover your food and the microwave it, 99.99999 percent of us will be perfectly fine. If you made your own food using anything processed, I'd say the odds are much higher any contamination came from the processed food than the microwave.
I would also look for another dentist. If this is not an option before getting these cavities filled, I'd try to talk to them again. But you can also relax in that things involved in filling cavities will almost certainly all be gluten-free. Virtually everything in every dentist's office is gluten-free, and in a lot of offices it's all gluten-free. Still, their cavalier attitude is not at all professional.
The ultimate proof for me is that the vast majority -- a huge percentage -- of folks with celiac eat any meat they like and are perfectly fine. In fact, on my doctor's orders I ate meat at every meal as I was recovering from undiagnosed celiac that nearly killed me, and yet I made a full and complete recovery after 11 days in the hospital and missing 10 weeks of work. I never once checked the feed status of the meat I consumed.
Anybody who wants to continue to fret about grain-fed meat containing gluten is of course welcome to do so, but any new folks reading this thread should realize that there are other much more important things to worry about.