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Traveling with Celiac Disease

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  1. Vacationing In Southern California

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  2. Seaworld In San Deigo?

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  4. Durban, South Africa

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  5. Going To Chicago

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  6. Guten- Free Restaurants In Banff

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  7. I Must Be Out Of My Mind

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  8. Europe... Madrid, London, Paris

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  9. Lunchboxes

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  10. Gluten Free In Tokyo

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  11. Help

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  12. Gluten-free In Honolulu?

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  13. Sunday River Trip - Bethel, Me

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  14. Going On Tour!

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  15. Crete And Rhodes This Summer

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  16. Aruba

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  17. "special" Circumstances

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  18. Travel!

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  19. Delta To Provide gluten-free Meals

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  20. Eating Out In Rome

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  21. New York City

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  22. Whitewater, Wisconsin

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    The gene test is far from being definitive since only a small portion of those with the genes actually develop celiac disease whereas a relatively large proportion of the population have the genes. It takes some kind of triggering event for the genes to be expressed. But if turns out you don't have the genes then you could look elsewhere for what is causing your issues.