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Coeliac disease and foods

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Hi im coeliac diagnosed now for five years im finding that as time has gone on i canttolerate even more foods i used to eat ruce now that makes me sick sweet potato mushroom meats cheese i about a year ago switched to lactose free milk and knew cheeses also made me sick could anyone guve me any advuce on wether or not this happens wuth thus dusease as niw i find i can only eat v plain foods thankyou any feedback on thus would be so so helpful 

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Welcome, Lisa!

You do not mention whether or not you are making a diligent effort to eat gluten free as someone who has been diagnosed with Celiac Disease. A number of recent studies have shown that most people who think they have eliminated gluten from their diets are actually practicing a lower gluten diet but still getting gluten. This is particularly true of those who still dine out. It is critical that you educate yourself thoroughly on how gluten is hidden in foods, supplements and medications. Particularly be aware of the problem with cross contamination. Foods that do not intentionally contain gluten can still get contaminated with in storage and processing facilities. It's really important to eliminate all gluten from your diet and not just cut down on it. You may feel somewhat better but even small amounts of gluten on a regular basis will interfere with healing in your gut.

Having said that, it is very common for Celiacs to develop allergies and intolerances to other foods. Celiac Disease results in a dysfunctional gut which results in a dysfunctional immune system. Allergies/intolerance to dairy products and soy are very common but it can be almost anything. 

Once celiacs go truly gluten free and have done so for awhile, some of the allergies and intolerances may disappear.

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Hi i thanks for your reply i am very strict with my food i dont eat gluten ive done so musc research i read all the labels and only occasionaly buy strictly gluten free products that state clearly coeluac friendly all my food us home cooked and i never eat out as i dont trust. I have separate area in the frudge to store my foid and meticulously cleanwith separate washung sponges my plates i just wondered if anyine else had the same problem its things like rice certain veg fish and so in that makes me sick i hear thus disease is progressive thankyou

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You should eliminate all dairy and soy until you know for sure you are not intolerant to it.  You might consider an autoimmune protocol diet (very similar to a Paleo, but also eliminates all dairy, gluten, grains, legumes.)  My husband has been on this diet for over a year and is so much healthier.  Found a wonderful doctor online that we all follow and you might find very helpful:amymyersmd.com.  We are a family of 10 that are gluten intolerant so it's best to keep educating yourself so that you can get this under control.  Good luck.

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3 hours ago, estherrmartin said:

You should eliminate all dairy and soy until you know for sure you are not intolerant to it.  You might consider an autoimmune protocol diet (very similar to a Paleo, but also eliminates all dairy, gluten, grains, legumes.)  My husband has been on this diet for over a year and is so much healthier.  Found a wonderful doctor online that we all follow and you might find very helpful:amymyersmd.com.  We are a family of 10 that are gluten intolerant so it's best to keep educating yourself so that you can get this under control.  Good luck.

Thankyou i will look into this i will i dont eat dairy or soy hope to find some resolution

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