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My wife has Celiac and it’s getting harder for her.

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StaceyBella, welcome to the forum community!

Can you be more specific? What part of being a Celiac is getting harder for your wife? Are you speaking of her symptoms? Are you speaking of psychological emotional stress or the social implications of trying to eat gluten-free? Are you speaking of the challenge of adopting a gluten-free lifestyle and understanding how gluten is hidden in foods?

How long ago was your wife diagnosed with celiac disease? Approximately how long did she suffer with symptoms before being diagnosed? Is she making a concerted effort to eat gluten-free? Does she have allergies or intolerances to non gluten foods?

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The main thing is for you to support her with her diet, which might mean that you also go gluten-free. If you can't do this, you'll need to put some effort into making sure that her food isn't cross contaminated with gluten.

@trents has asked some good questions, let us know what you mean and we can be more helpful.

Scott Adams

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