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Coping with Celiac Disease

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Share stories, techniques, and information to help others deal with the disease and the gluten-free diet.

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    lanlanonearth, That's great you're giving him more foods with lots of fiber.  Be aware, some Celiacs have trouble with corn and other grains besides the gluten containing ones, wheat, barley and rye, and sometimes oats.  Dairy can cause bloating and gas.   You might want to keep him off a lot of carbohydrates (like the beans, sugar and juice).  If he's reacting so poorly to sugar, he m...
    Ahh, I wasn't aware that I needed so much water with fiber supplements. I'm currently drinking about a liter of water a day. It really hasn't been that long. I know I have a long way to go before things settle down and begin to heal. Does constipation at least settle some once things begin healing and much time has passed? I do understand everyone is different so that may be impossible to answer...
    Welcome aboard, JLF! It can take months for your body to adjust to life without gluten and to attain some measure of gut healing. What you describe is very common. But make sure you are getting lots of fluids and regular exercise. Fiber laxatives can setup like concrete in your bowels if you don't drink plenty of fluids as you use them.

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