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When A Gluten-Free Diet Just Isn't Enough

Forums in this area offer support and help to those who do not fully recover on a gluten-free diet and seek additional diets or treatments.


  1. Food Intolerance & Leaky Gut

    Many people have cow's milk (casein), soy, egg, corn, or other issues. Share info on alternative diets like vegetarian, vegan, Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD), FODMAP Diet, Keto Diet, etc.

  2. Super Sensitive People

    Non-scientific discussions for those who react to lower levels of gluten than most.


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    I have recently been diagnosed with celiac disease but I have no symptoms but skin issues that doc said is dermatitis herpetiformis which according to them is a skin form of celiac disease..now i ve been taking dapsone from last two months... Earlier it improved my skin condition but now i again face same skin issues despite being on strict gluten-free diet... i m going mad about it now... Dont understand...
    Hello raspberry, and thank you so much for the reply! Oh my goodness! First of all, I want to thank you for addressing the nausea when speaking. I've been trying to find information on it for months now, and all I've found has been anxiety related (nausea when speaking in front of a crowd and such) and I'm so glad I'm not alone!! Even though it sucks that you have to deal with this too, knowing...
    Hi Kyle, I don't think you'll lose years of life by slip ups here and there.  The problem with frequent slip ups is the immune system never gets a chance to completely settle down and stop making antibodies against gluten.   Personally i wouldn't trust most restaurants for the first 6 months.  It is much safer to trust your own cooking, and generally cheaper.