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Hi, I recently met a woman who has Celiac and Hashimoto. She looks great. Always very energetic but she told me that she does sometimes experience panic attacks and hair loss. I understand that celiacs sometimes do not have obvious symptoms. However, she and her family do not follow gluten free diet. She has one child, an 8 year-old daughter who also has celiac. The woman told me her own test results for celiac and to be honest I was surprised that her IgG was not much higher than mine and I religiously follow this diet. So, I found it interesting that her IgG was not much higher since she regularly consumes gluten. When I consumed it, my IgG was so high. I guess some of us are much more sensitive than she is. 

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If she was diagnosed with celiac and does not follow a gluten-free diet, she is a fool. If her daughter was diagnosed as a celiac and she doesn't see to it that she follows a gluten-free diet, it is child abuse.

Her antibodies may have been low when she was first tested, but they will go up if she continues to be reckless with her health. And as for the daughter, someone should report her. :angry:


gluten-free since June, 2011

It took 3 !/2 years but my intolerances to corn, soy, and everything else (except gluten) are gone!

Life is good!

 

 

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