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Someone Drinking Barley Beer Talking And Some Of It Falling In My Mouth

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I instantly felt like I reverted to how when I ate gluten (been gluten free for about a week [finding thing That contain gluten and removing it from my diet e.g. protein shakes toothpaste] is that common and how quick will it be till I return back to gluten free sense of mind?

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First, the amount of gluten in a whole beer made with barley is usually pretty small. I am assuming you mean someone spit? I doubt that would bother you.

As for when you will feel like eating gluten free again? That I couldn't say. I don't think a couple of drops of beer should make you not want to be gluten free.

Why are you gluten free? Do you have Celiac?.


 

 

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A person with celiac disease can take up to one to three years for intestinal healing -- less perhaps, if you are a child.

Perhaps you were not glutened -- just freaked out due to someone's spit getting into you!

There is a steep learning curve to going gluten free. Chances are you probably have had gluten exposure eating something else. If you suspect celiac disease, the best thing would be to get tested.


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Perhaps but it wasn't until the person who had a barley beer in his hand who'd just drank it got his spit in my mouth that I experienced behaviour I experienced before going gluten free (not a celiac but I now for a certainty know I have gluten sensitivity, I used to chug gluten free food down like it was nothing every day and I've just been free for about a week). But yeah maybe I mentally overreacted a bit. Thanks!

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I mean, I am a germaphobe and would probably react more than the average person, but if it wasn't someone like my husband, I would TOTALLY flip out if someone got their spit in my mouth. LOL.  So, ya know, I would mentally overreact for sure.  I would probably make myself sick thinking about what pathogens that person had in their mouth that I was going to get sick from.  So don't feel alone there, sometimes you can never tell what exactly makes you feel poorly, either.


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Perhaps but it wasn't until the person who had a barley beer in his hand who'd just drank it got his spit in my mouth that I experienced behaviour I experienced before going gluten free (not a celiac but I now for a certainty know I have gluten sensitivity, I used to chug gluten free food down like it was nothing every day and I've just been free for about a week). But yeah maybe I mentally overreacted a bit. Thanks!

correcting myself, I used to chug food containing gluten* daily (pretty much ate pasta every day since the september that passed along witth fast food etc being a student so i've only recently realised my gluten sensitivity)

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