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I believe they are a separate issue, however, I can say that I had severe allergy issues, both food and pollen, and took allergy shots for years before I was diagnosed with celiac disease and went gluten-free. After I went gluten-free my immune system seemed to deal with my allergies better, and many of them went away.

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Google Hypersensitivity.  Celiac disease is under the umbrella of hypersensitivity (Type 4).  A grass allergy (assuming you do not mean marijuana) is a type 1 (IgE) hypersensitivity response.  Both are related, but separate.  It is all about the immune system.  


I am allergic to many things and one of them is Bermuda grass.  As a result, I never had to mow the lawn when I was a kid.  Got hives big time.   I have St. Augustine grass now which allows me to sit on my lawn without hives and i no longer have an excuse not to now the lawn.  🤣

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