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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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  1. My Own Fault

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  2. Just Wanted To Share...

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  3. Does Your Gi System Approve Of Alcohol?

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  5. Another "why Don't They Get It" Thread

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  6. The Healing Process... 1 2

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  7. If You Shouldn't Be Taking Antibiotics . . .

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  8. Cold All The Time

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  9. What Do You Do When You Feel Sick?

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  10. Healing?

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  11. Newly Diagnosed

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  12. New To Boards

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  13. Help W/food Choices

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  14. Need Help With This Please...

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  15. Breakfast Foods & ?

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  16. Gaining Weight Since Diagnosis

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  17. Symptoms

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  18. Accidental Glutening

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  19. I Ate Gluten Today

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  20. Imported Coffee

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  21. Just The Beginning

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