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Traveling with Celiac Disease

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There are many things you need to know before travelling. Post your favorite GF vacation stories here.

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  1. Going To Memphis

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  2. Two-week Trip

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  4. "gluten Free" Definition In Europe

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  5. Used To Get Sick On Airplanes Or Car Trips

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  6. Eating In Italy

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    Traveling To Banff/lake Louise

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  8. Six Flags Marine World

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  9. Ireland

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  10. Oceania Cruises

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  11. Going On Vacation!

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  12. Travel To China

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  13. Friday's The Big Wedding Day !

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  14. Toronto, Canada

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  15. Gatlinburg/ Dollywood

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  16. Sesame Place

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  17. Central California Coast

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  18. Cruises?

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  19. Camping At A Summer Camp

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  20. Nyc Tomorrow!

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  21. Universal Orlando

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  22. A Free Trip To Cancun?!?

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  23. Away From Home For A Whole Month!

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    High iron levels? Usually, with Celiac Disease people get anemic if anything. When you speak of high iron levels are you referring to ferritin or hemoglobin?
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