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Does anyone have Sald just about double them over with stomach pain. For some reason I can't eat sald at all right now... Just wondering if being celiac it would cause issues with green leafy vegables. ;)

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Does anyone have Sald just about double them over with stomach pain. For some reason I can't eat sald at all right now... Just wondering if being celiac it would cause issues with green leafy vegables. ;)

It can be hard for some of us to digest raw veggies at first. I found Romain lettuce harder on my system than iceberg lettuce.

It could also be the vinegar or soy oil in the dressing that's not agreeing with you?

Maybe give it a bit more time and then try it again?

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Raw veggies are hard to digest, especially when you are first healing. Iceberg lettuce can be really bad & gas causing. When I first went gluten-free, I had a hard time with salads. For me, spinach was really hard. I was good with it cooked. I was just Ok with a little baby spinach like on a sandwich. I was fine with carrots, cucumbers, red peppers, etc raw by themselves. I can eat them now, so give it a few months and try again.

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I was in denial that I have celiac but now I starting to think my doctor might be right. I'm going to stay about from the salad until I get a biopsy and go glutin free for six months or so....

I rather be diabetic than celiac because I think this is going to be so hard.....I don't know how I'm going to travel...ahhhhhh.

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I was in denial that I have celiac but now I starting to think my doctor might be right. I'm going to stay about from the salad until I get a biopsy and go glutin free for six months or so....

I rather be diabetic than celiac because I think this is going to be so hard.....I don't know how I'm going to travel...ahhhhhh.

you def dont want to be diabetic.....read my post- Epic story...under prediagnosed

Type 1 diabetic...recently discovered gluten free helps alot.....and saved my life..for now :(

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I was in denial that I have celiac but now I starting to think my doctor might be right. I'm going to stay about from the salad until I get a biopsy and go glutin free for six months or so....

I rather be diabetic than celiac because I think this is going to be so hard.....I don't know how I'm going to travel...ahhhhhh.

For the time being why not try roasting vegetables? They are awesome. And you can make wonderful kale chips in the oven.

Many of us travel, even to foreign countries. Before my first trip gluten free I was nervous but it turned out I worried for nothing. I just took along a lot of snacks to keep me satisfied, especially at airports and on flights because sometimes gluten-free meals can frankly be gross. Research the country or area before you go. If you go to a country where the primary language is not English take along restaurant cards for eating out. I have used them many times with great success. Hang out at the fresh markets and grocery stores. It can be done - honest! Don't worry. :)

If you want more travel tips just read the many threads on this site.

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