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I have been diagnosed with celiac disease for 6 years now. No one I. My family nor in school truly understand the danger it is and can be. I was born this way. At 14 years old doctor did a scope to view my stomach I had 1/4 of my stomach left and have scar tissue to this day. I was so close to dying, just a month or two I would have bleed out. Even with my change of diet it feels like my digestive system will stop functioning and it will all be over. People can replace organs but not people with celiac. We truly only have one go, my stomach will never be the same,I will never be the same.

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is Cheerios gluten free

A few years ago cheerios had aired commercial  saying that the cereal is gluten free by removing the wheat germ in in the gain. I don't get it I thought about cross-contamination .just because you remove it. I wish companies were not aloud to say the are gluten free because their factories aren't. For people who eat gluten and revive pain and damage from just the smallest speck that can only b...

Melissa Mandrick

Melissa Mandrick

 

no one believes

Just because others can't see what going on inside doesn't mean the the pain you feel isn't there. Not faking it! How long to we have to suffer before someone believes in want we are saying. No one believed me and when I found out I had celiac. Doctor caught it at the last second. He said if no one would have caught it I would have bled out in about one months time at age 14. So when someone says...
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