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Katja

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I am fairly new to being a celiac, also allergic to Dairy, Casein, and Eggs. Yeast is also on my list, but I am having a hard enough time cutting everything else out so I will still have some yeast here and there. Being german i just cannot go without bread :rolleyes:

Anybody out here in the San Rafael, CA (Marin County Area)? Any support groups? I have been trying to deal with this on my own but it's sometime just very hard. Got glutened again a few days ago, everytime that happens it would be nice to have a group to go to and just get some feedback or simply vent :D

Cheers,

Katja

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I am also newly diagnosed with CS. I live in Rohnert Park about half hour from San Rafael. You can e/mail me if you would like. I have done pretty well my doctor says according to my test. my numbers are way down, and I feel better. Black circles under my eyes are going away. I have gained about 5 lbs. which is good, Ihave a really hard time gaining weight as others probably do too. I know that I still have a lot to learn.

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Hello Katja - I am located in Mill Valley, and was diagnosed with Celiac about 9 years ago. I also love bread, and I have not yet found a Gluten-free bread that satisfies. I have just checked into a another site to find out if there are any support groups in Marin County. I will let you know what I find out. The Support groups for Celiac need to make themselves more visible, and accessible.

Blessings,

Lena

I am fairly new to being a celiac, also allergic to Dairy, Casein, and Eggs. Yeast is also on my list, but I am having a hard enough time cutting everything else out so I will still have some yeast here and there. Being german i just cannot go without bread :rolleyes:

Anybody out here in the San Rafael, CA (Marin County Area)? Any support groups? I have been trying to deal with this on my own but it's sometime just very hard. Got glutened again a few days ago, everytime that happens it would be nice to have a group to go to and just get some feedback or simply vent :D

Cheers,

Katja

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I'm in San Rafael and willing to host a mtg. but I'm brand, brand new. I've been trying to do it myself so it's too late to get tested. I feel better eating less gluten foods so I feel I must be celiac.

What do we need to start a mtg?

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hello, I live up in the north bay, Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park area. :rolleyes: I was diagnosed in Aug, 2006. I used to be known as Rebecca 47 on here, but I am here again with a new name. I would like to know where support groups are, but i need to go and I will be on couple days

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hello, I live up in the north bay, Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park area. :rolleyes: I was diagnosed in Aug, 2006. I used to be known as Rebecca 47 on here, but I am here again with a new name. I would like to know where support groups are, but i need to go and I will be on couple days

So far I haven't been able to get a return call about support groups. If and when I do, I'll post it.

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I live in San Rafael and am trying to navigate the waters of the gluten free lifestyle and living with celiac disease. I am open to sharing any advice, recipes, tips and overall support.:)

Hello Katja - I am located in Mill Valley, and was diagnosed with Celiac about 9 years ago. I also love bread, and I have not yet found a Gluten-free bread that satisfies. I have just checked into a another site to find out if there are any support groups in Marin County. I will let you know what I find out. The Support groups for Celiac need to make themselves more visible, and accessible.

Blessings,

Lena

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