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Traveling with Celiac Disease

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  4. North Lake Tahoe Restaurant?

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  5. Starving In The Airport

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  6. Contential Airlines

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  7. Celiac Carlsbad

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  8. China Travel

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  9. Norwegian Cruise Line

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  10. Wheat, Tennessee

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  11. To China To Adopt Our Daughter

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  12. Miami Beach - Help!

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  13. Travel To Puerto Rico

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  14. Gluten Free Food - Venice, Italy

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  15. Marshall, Minnesota Anyone?

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  16. Peru Travel

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  17. gluten-free In Milwaukee, Wi

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  18. Rundresa

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  19. Recent Cruise Info - Which Line?

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  20. B & B's

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  21. Great Wolf Lodge Experiences?

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    Celiac Disease creates a greater risk for small bowel cancer. I would hesitate to start reintroducing gluten into your diet if I were you since you already had a tumor and recent surgery. Instead, I would double down on eliminating gluten from your diet. Educate yourself as to how gluten is hidden in our food supply, supplements and medications. If after you heal from the surgery and your body has...
    I put myself on a diet which consisted of food that didn't anger my tumor which was very limited. I guess theres not much I can do except wait until my digestion improves from the surgery and try gluten again. Thanks for the input..  
    Welcome to the forum, Jesse! If there has been substantial healing of the villi then getting glutened once in a while should not set you back to square 1 in the big picture of things.  But it still might take you 2-3 weeks to feel fully recovered from the experience. Most Celiacs will tell you that after they have been gluten-free for a significant period of time, when they do get glutened th...