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Those Of You Who Have Self Diagnosed As Gluten Intolerance......maybe?

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I'am one who had recently self diagnosed myself as gluten intolerance. You also may be familier with my user name around forums in the past. Though most recently I have re-introduced gluten back into my diet, as I've notice while on a gluten and yeast free diet, when removing yeast that's when the largest improvements were taking way. I have now concluded that I'am highly sensitive to mold, and likely too much mold within my environment ( house etc...), while I'am now on a mold free diet, I'am no longer on a gluten free diet. Those of you who have self diagnosed yourself as gluten intolerance, and other allergies, you could also likely be experiencing a harmful environment of mold, and/ or highly sensitive to mold as myself. Perhaps trying a mold free diet may help identify.

Since I did at a time self diagnosed myself as gluten intolerance, now eating gluten, in the near future I question as if there may be plans if I should get a appropriate celiac test done.

I thought I would let others know that mold could be a underlying cause of symptoms you've experience.

My visits on this forum ( as it already have) is likely to be rare ( unless I find out months later I'am celiac). Though with the start of this thread, I will come constantly to check for replies, until I notice this thread has drifted.

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Also to note, I still buy many gluten free products ( due to being on a mold free diet), especially those that do not contain yeast ( such as some of their breads).

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I do have a problem with mold, always have. I was a self diagnosed celiac, and now have been diagnosed as gluten intolerant. I know mold is a problem for me, but I also know gluten will never be a part of my life again.

If you feel good eating gluten, then maybe you are ok with it. If you aren't feeling alot better, then maybe you should have a test done for celiac disease, but remember, you can be gluten intolerant and not have celiac...celiac is just one part of the gluten intolerance spectrum.

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I have a mold allergy in addition to being doctor-diagnosed with celiac disease. I never even realized the yeast-mold relation. Thanks for sharing and all the best to you :)

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