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I'm going to see the GI today, first time after the endoscopy. He diagnosed me as non-ceilac gluten intolerant. Since then, I have been gluten free, with many ups and downs and me thinking that I have problems with jelly candies (jelly bellys, mike and ike's) or unexplained symptoms (part of recovery?) or maybe it's not gluten. Anything specific I should be asking him? Thanks for the advice!

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Your best bet (and you already know this) is to eat a clean healthy diet. No junk food at least until you see some improvement! You could be reacting to a variety of chemicals, preservatives, gums, etc. I could not tolerate guar gum, a bread additive that mimics gluten properties. Did not bother my gluten-free hubby, so it was just me.

Take care!


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I would ask him suggestions about how to go about using an elimination diet - cutting out foods to find out what else is bothering you.  As Cyclinglady said, eating a clean diet will help with that.

 

Good luck.  ;)


Nicole 

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