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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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  5. I Feel Helpless 1 2

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  7. Gluten Free Product List

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  9. Catered Wedding Tomorrow.

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  10. Gluten-free Electrolyte Tablets Or Drinks

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  11. Antibiotics....?

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  14. Just Diagnosed

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  15. Mysterious Gluten

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  18. Strong Urge To Cheat..

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