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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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  4. Lunch Time at Work

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  5. ayurvedic diets

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  6. Activities before health issues

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  7. Vitamin patches

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  8. IOWA friends

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  9. Bright Red Spots

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  10. Easy Bruising

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  11. heart related question

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  12. Gluten-free Dating

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  13. red skin, pain, huge belly

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  14. restaurant cards

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  15. ibgard

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  16. weird symptom?

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  17. Taking Advil to cope with pain?

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  18. Diagnosed today and still don't understand!

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  19. No idea what to do next

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  20. Cravings and Substitutions

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  21. 1st glutening! Is this normal?

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  22. Low alkaline phosphatase in 12 year old celiac

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    Interesting you were craving thiamine. The body give us clues at times what it needs.I will reach out to Dr Lonsdale and Dr Marrs.  Thank you for the link to endometriosis and vitamins especially found in food being beneficial. Just all shows how perfectly balanced vitamins jobs are in our bodies.  
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