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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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  1. What Do You Eat When You Get Glutened?

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  2. Mild Case Of Celiac Disease

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  4. Bruising -- Never Happened Before

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  5. New Here!

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  6. No To Celiac 1 2

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  7. Getting Frustrated

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  8. Figuring Out Intolerances?

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  9. Exercise

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  10. I Blew It

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  11. Help In Foods

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  12. Should I Bother My Dx

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  13. Calcium/constipation

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  14. Fever, Headaches & Intense Hunger

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  15. Can Being Glutened Cause A Rash?

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  16. The Smell Of Foods Affect Me

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  17. Is A Third Week Relapse...

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  18. How Can I Beat My Carb Addiction?

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  19. Massage

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    Also consider theanine supplementation. It has neuro-protective, and strong antioxidant properties. It will help the cells in your intestine grow.  http://www.phcog.com/article.asp?issn=0973-1296;year=2018;volume=14;issue=55;spage=36;epage=39;aulast=Saha
    Yes, 5 ppm or below.  That is as low as the equipment can detect.  So, it can be zero.  
    Dear Bouchra, I don't want to confuse you, but I must told you that the blood test supposed to check whether you're celiac or not, it's not reliable. Your doctor gave you a good advice : do the biopsy and the endoscopy so you will have a proper result. Let us know what the result will be and, for the moment, keep eating gluten, as the gluten-free diet has caused you a lot of severe problems...