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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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From: Your Top Two Pieces Of Advice

Entry posted by Skylark · - 317 views

1. You're going to get glutened occasionally no matter how careful you are. It's OK. Pick yourself up and keep going.

2. Don't worry about what others think. There will be people who say you are worrying too much about cross-contamination. You might meet celiacs or people who don't stick to the diet very well and say it's fine to cheat (it's not). You might have family members or friends who will try to guilt you into eating gluten-containing foods they have prepared. Be kind, be compassionate, say whatever it takes, but stand firm and don't poison yourself for someone else!

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