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Miko

1st. X Shopping..........

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:huh: Today was the "diffrent" feeling of going " grocery shpping".

The things I looked for; the items I discoveried; The MOST I have EVER passed up"...!

I didn't realize how much Gluten there is in food. <_<

I am europen desent, and the way I eat from leaving home......." mom would NOT be proud".

I have been free of alot since Thanksgiving ( I was diagnosed), and I am Going to do THIS !!!!!

I an 40 and starting the 3rd. chapter in my life :D and I will make it count!!

TODAY IS THE BEGINNING OF A NEW YEAR AND ALSO THE BELIEVING IN MYSELF THAT I ...

>>"AM SOMEONE"<<

Thank you all for being here to adventure and explore the journy i am intering...........

HAPPY NEW DAYS AHEAD......2006 !!!!!!

Miko

.."Childern are like flowers, as they grow they become more beautiful"

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Miko,

Where do you live?

Glad that you joined the message board, welcome.

Lisa B

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Hi Miko!

I am glad you joined the board! There's a lot of great people here who are always there for support and to answer questions.....

I am 42, but have been gluten-free for a lot longer. You are right about one thing, you are about to start a whole new phase of your life!

Welcome!

Karen

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Hello Everyone!

I am 42 years old and was diagnosed with celiac disease several weeks ago and have been gluten-free for 6 days now! I am starting to feel better in ways that I didn't realize. I too am going to DO THIS and make this WORK.

I'm still having a lot of issues on WHY ME and IS THIS DIAGNOSIS accurate? I have been in excellent health, and generally health-minded about my eating and nutritional supplementation habits! I did experience hypoglycemia as a teenager and into my mid-20's, and have been able to manage sugar in my diet without much problem.

My doctor wants me to go gluten-free for about 6 weeks and then do another blood test. I had an endoscopy and blood tests that confirmed I was Celiac. I have read about so many varying degrees of the disease and guess perhaps that without hardly any symptons other than bloating, gas and some discomfort from digestion of various foods that I am at the early stages of this disease.

It's like you almost have to self-diagnose your day to day agenda. I have started a journal of everything I'm eating since going gluten-free.

I am anxious to get to know many of you on this forum, and hear of your stories about your diagnosis of celiac disease.

Happy New Year! Brian

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