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Safe Gluten-Free Food List (Safe Ingredients)
Gluten-Free Alcoholic Beverages
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I am one of those people who tested high positive on every test on the panel and I had a complete panel done. But I had a lifetime of symptoms and wasn't diagnosed until I was 46 so that's a lot of damage. This is why I did not need the biopsy for a diagnosis. It really doesn't matter because, like you stated, with 2 positives on the IgA, there is a high probability of Celiac. A biopsy would be indicated with those results. It would have been nice if they had run the EMA, though.
Apoptosis is the body killing off old or defective cells. Iodine is its main tool. Insufficient iodine causes slow healing. Working Theory; As a celiac you have malabsorbtion syndrome also, so you are even more likely than the typical American to be iodine deficient. Among other things it will cause slow healing, low T3 and low T4 and high TSH and poor energy. When you increase iodine to functional levels it may be killing off your bad cells faster than you can dispose of the byproducts. It is like hiring a lot of new garbage men without enlarging the landfill. You get backed up. Increase slowly. I found that one sheet of roasted sushi seaweed a day has the right amount. right in the midrange of the recommended daily intake. Within days I noticed a change in muscle tone and a very bad sebaceous cyst that would not heal, began to. Notice the smooth wrinkle free skin of a Japanese not eating an American style diet. They have a diet many times higher in iodine than ours.
Also, consider low vitamin D important to immune system and zinc for cell wall integrity (that's why Cold-Eze works).
Many doctors tend to treat this as a failure of the thyroid and prescribe Thyroxine as a hormone replacement, when the trouble is really not enough iodine. You can't make it if you don't have the raw ingredients so the thyroid overexerts ineffectually. Dr Brownstein seems to be the expert. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&celiac disease=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjAquPP8uHYAhVKba0KHTH4DtoQFggxMAA&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.medixselect.com%2FMerchantUploads%2FedgeMedixSelect%2FMedix_Thyroid_SR_%209-9-13-4.pdf&usg=AOvVaw1HGCk2feUqe3XBYToRvRym
Merlot, Pinot and more. Noir, yes, wine flour is real, and it's gluten-free.Â
Okay, so wine is good for lots of things, drinking notwithstanding. But try to wrap your head around this: wine flour.
Yeah, flour made from wine grapes. There's no such thing you say? Well, wine flour is in fact a thing. The mashed post-crush grapes used to make top wines are indeed being milled into a unique flour.
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You posted this same question yesterday. You did get a response, but you did not answer the questions asked which might help you. We can not diagnose you over the internet. We are not doctors, but just people who can not consume gluten. We share tips, our personal experiences, and ask questions about the gluten free diet.
If you have or suspect DH, read through the DH section for coping strategies. Keep to the gluten free diet. Talk to your doctor! It might NOT even be related to celiac disease!
My suspicion is dehydration caused by too much fiber. Combined with your cold, fever and perhaps any medications, loss of appetite and the high fiber content of the chia, slowing down the passage of the post nasal drip thereby giving it more time to irritate. I had a similar experience with Graviola during a phase of anorexia, when I would take it without food. By the way, Cold-Eze does work.