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  3. Thank you Trents very much for providing this information. Im not sure if my daughter has been tested for pernicious anemia but the Gastroenterologist did say that her B12 is low aswell. I initially thought it could be because she was never a big red meat eater. After reading your reply I have looked...
  4. Taking in multivitamins has to be careful as there may be certain harmful health concerns on the same. Multivitamins acts as a bridge to fill the nutritional gap in our body. Following a healthy balanced diet can help in overall wellness and also help to improve to have a healthy life style. You...
  5. Nothing bakes as well as the old cast iron wood stoves my grandma used on the farm. The thickness of the oven chamber walls was much greater and contributed to more even heating.
  6. Convection definitely wasn't optimum. I only used it a few times, but as I recall things just didn't bake evenly or completely and it was harder to get the insides cooked right. I remember doing some things where the inside was still batter while the outside was overdone. The circulating air dried...
  7. I actually read about it. That when baking, convection should be turned off. But I didn't know if it actually affects the baked goods or not. From your experience it does? In what way they didn't turned out right? Anthony
  8. I believe that anaphylaxis involves a different immune system pathway than does celiac disease or other food intolerances. Very many people with celiac disease have few or no GI distress, at least in the beginning. We call that "silent" celiac disease. Has your daughter been tested for...
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  10. I got a GE oven with a convection setting, but I quickly learned NOT to use the convection setting for baked goods. They didn't burn like yours did, but they didn't turn out right.
  11. I drink coffee daily and have never had an issue. There is nothing in coffee that people with celiac disease need to avoid, this is a myth.
  12. Hello. I am new here and am so appreciative to find this forum, I hope my question does not sound silly. We are currently waiting on a biopsy later in the month for my teenage daughter who tested positive on the blood screening test. She was tested only because she was in the Neurology ward being...
  13. James, I wrote my Posterboy blog posts so I wouldn't have to over explain things all the time. So I will just link you to the one(s) I think will help most..... And this one might help too! Read as many or as little as you need too.....just search for the Posterboy on Celic...
  14. I have had an adverse gluten reaction to Kahlua both times I have tried it. I would not say it is Gluten Free for those who are sensitive. Also, coffee has 5 bio identical strands in its DNA to Gluten (like your thyroid). So, many people with Celiac disease have the same or similar reaction...
  15. I never eat spicy foods and don't drink coffee . Only water
  16. Sounds like you have a good plan. You might also need to consider some lifestyle changes like avoiding caffeine and acidic spicy foods, avoiding bending over soon after eating, etc.
  17. I thought these articles might help..... https://www.hormonesmatter.com/importance-stomach-acid-antacids-make-you-sick/ And.... https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4110863/#!po=43.3333 Proton pump inhibitors and risk of vitamin and mineral deficiency: evidence...
  18. Yes, I did increased my fiber intake and maybe that was the issue. Now I am avoiding any fiber and I feel better but I guess I better watch it so I don't get the reverse effect of lack of fiber...if you know what I mean. We really need to have a balance diet and not overload on fiber. I eat nuts...
  19. I've gone gluten free for two weeks now and I feel great. After a few years of having terrible digestion issues (constant, chronic diarrhea) it only took two days for me to notice it getting better. On that part, it's been great. I'm having normal, bowel movements and I had forgotten what that was...
  20. I give them to my family or friends. Because of work I receive a lot of gifts from people that only know me on a professional level, not personal. I just pass them on to someone who will enjoy it.
  21. Celiac.com 01/21/2021 - We get a lot of questions about Red Bull. Specifically, is Red Bull energy drink gluten-free and safe for people with celiac disease? As with most sports and energy drinks...
  22. Thanks! I will take a look. I really want to be open and optimistic about such developments.
  23. There is at least one newer study not on this list...but here are some studies on GliadinX: Extra-Intestinal Manifestation of Celiac Disease in Children. Nutrients 2018, 10(6), 755; doi:10.3390/nu10060755 Efficient degradation of gluten by a prolyl endoprotease in a gastrointestinal...
  24. Thank you Scott for your thoughtful comment. I already thought about Gliadin. I noticed there is some debate about it here on the forum, but if I already plan to eat at my parents' home, it wouldn't hurt to have something that might lessen the amount of gluten due to potential cross-contamination...
  25. It is a single case study, but I thought it was interesting. https://pn.bmj.com/content/20/2/144.full
  26. I just got back from ENT doctor who looked up my nose and down the back with a little camera.. he said I have reflux that's causing some damage back there. Most likely causes by the Celiac.. hopefully once it's completely shut off it will go away... I've been off gluten now for 6 months. My levels...
  27. They are naturally gluten free but that doesn't rule out cross contamination with wheat, barley or rye in handling and packaging. Could be an issue for more sensitive celiacs and gluten intolerant people. Chia seeds make me quite ill but I think it's not a gluten issue but an insensitivity to the...
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