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So I got diagnosed with Celiac back in February,and recently I've been getting sick like I've been glutened but nothing I've been eating had had anything bad except for yeast. I read that yeast can be cultured with wheat. So is yeast what was glutening me? And How long before my symptoms going away?

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It is very possible that you are intolerant to yeast. Keep a food diary and continue to log your symptoms. I don't think you need to worry about gluten contaminating the yeast. Many with Celiac have additional food intolerances that they find once they go gluten free. Also your gut can just be extra sensitive while it repairs itself. The process can take up to 2 years or more so be patient with yourself.

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What do you mean you have been eating yeast?  Like regular yeast in gluten-free bread?  or something different?  

 

The regular yeast used in baking gluten-free bread is gluten-free.  Most yeast you buy at the grocery to bake with is gluten-free - there is one odd brand that says it contains wheat.

 

Brewer's yeast is usually NOT gluten-free.

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It is very possible that you are intolerant to yeast. Keep a food diary and continue to log your symptoms. I don't think you need to worry about gluten contaminating the yeast. Many with Celiac have additional food intolerances that they find once they go gluten free. Also your gut can just be extra sensitive while it repairs itself. The process can take up to 2 years or more so be patient with yourself.

How would i find out if im yeast intolerant??

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What do you mean you have been eating yeast?  Like regular yeast in gluten-free bread?  or something different?  

 

The regular yeast used in baking gluten-free bread is gluten-free.  Most yeast you buy at the grocery to bake with is gluten-free - there is one odd brand that says it contains wheat.

 

Brewer's yeast is usually NOT gluten-free.

It was in gluten-free bread.

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