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Oops! Excitement!

I was saying that I know this for sure. It's not my imagination as my husband thinks so too.

Whether this is due to my ferritin levels going up (therefore having more of a blood supply/nutrients to my teeth) or whether its directly related to some response of not eating gluten I cannot say. I assume its because of my ferritin as it was so low and my gums were very very pale.

Great though, awesome in fact. Gives me hope.


Diagnosed Celiac Oct 2012 (Blood and Biopsy)
Gluten free / Dairy free / Caffeine / Almost sugar free / Tobacco free 2012. Corn free 2013
Vegetarian since 1986 / Asthmatic since 1990 / Migraines since 1998

 

Symptoms: Classical GI symptoms. Fibromyalgia. Odd pains. Bone aches. Severe headaches. Severe depression. Anxiety. Diagnosed with severe anaemia. Severe Vit D deficiency. Boderline Folate & B12 Defiency.

 

Since being gluten free... initially felt better for a month, still suffer with loose bowels, am currently struggling with many more allergies and intolerances to foods, such as dairy, egg, celery, oranges, tomatoes, quinoa, seeds,... Pressure hives (from Feb 2013) / Having bad leg aches during periods (June 2013)

(Marked in bold, these problems have been resolved)

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Although I don't have Celiac (never diagnosed) I am gluten, dairy, soy, peanut free (along with many other foods) intolerant. I had gingivitis and enamel problems for most of my life. My teeth are no longer transparent looking and my gingivitis has cleared. Of course, the receding gums are here to stay. Also, try oil pulling with coconut oil, it has also done wonders for me and is a great natural whitener. BTW, I have been gluten free for about one year now.

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