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    Hi KMS83.  You might ask your doctor for an updated TTG blood test which shows the level of gluten antibodies in your system.  If your gluten antibodies are still high now, a year and a half after your initial diagnosis, that could be an indicator that you are still getting regularly exposed to gluten, whether directly or indirectly (via cross-contamination). Also, my personal advice i...
    I agree. There are alot of groups concerning celiac and type 1 diabetes. And I understand that they are both autoimmune diseases where type 2 diabetes is not. But living with both type 2 and Celiac's is not easy. I was diabetic before being diagnosed with Celiac's. And substitutes for gluten free are higher in carbs. It can be very frustrating and disheartening. Am I alone in feeling that way?
    In retrospect, I was getting dumber since graduating high school in 1969, probably even earlier . Since I started GFD Thanksgiving 2014, and over the past year replenishing all the vitamins I was missing in my diet, my thinking is clearer and my health is improving.