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Peanut Intolerance.....REALLY?

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It's been since August that I have been confirmed celiac and have eliminated gluten from my diet. Doing well except for the occasional "oh no" moments of getting glutened. That being said, my gut is probably far from healed. However I do eat a well rounded diet avoiding gluten at all costs, I can manage greek yogurt, almond milk, corn and grains. Thankfully. Until the past two weeks......

Just when I thought I was doing well, I ordered off the gluten free menu at a restaurant, had the spring veggie rolls with peanut sauce. About an hour later, those familiar awful cramps came up. Making me feel really warm and putting me in a lot of pain. Then for the rest of the night ( and embarrassingly at the restaurant) I had diarrhea and was knocked out like a zombie, very lethargic and very confused because I didn't consume any gluten! A few days later I made myself a peanut butter mug cake (coconut sugar, 1 egg, 2.5 tbsp natural pb), and had the same reaction, Less severe but it did happen. Today I had peanut butter and apple slices. Bam one hour later I was back in the bathroom. 

I have never ever had a reaction to peanuts in my life. Could this be a sign of leaky gut? Have you guys ever reacted to nuts before?

I also recently reacted to a bag of basmati rice that I purchased.... Have never reacted to rice before until now. I'm getting a little concerned. 

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Unfortunately it is not uncommon for new to the diet Celiacs to discover they have another food intolerance.  Peanuts are actually in the legume family so beware of soy, chickpeas, and others.  That being said keep a food journal (which you seem to have kept track of what caused reaction). 

If symptoms persist, go for further testing.  (after years gluten free I did need my gallbladder taken out-high fat foods caused severe distress.  My daughter was diagnosed with Eosinophilic Esophagitis after about 5 years gluten free from Celiac diagnoses -she had to go on an elimination diet to find food "triggers" that caused damage up to 12 days after consumption)


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