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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Frustrated Weightlifter

    There are specific tests to see about ones nutrient absorption, aren't there? If one were to have a gluten problem would it be just the gluten not getting absorbed, or could one also have problems with other proteins or carbs too?
  2. Frustrated Weightlifter

    I had IBS for years too. It was mainly in the form of diarrhea and cramping. I learned to cut back the fats I ate, but later realized that a lot of my problem was mental or stress. I don't really struggle with the IBS anymore.
  3. Finding my way to a gluten-free forum would have been the last thing I would have thought I would do today. I have some sort of scalp folliculitis and began looking around the web for solutions when I ended up at the forum. Someone had success by going gluten free. Then I kept looking around the forum and found interesting stories about people into weightlifting/bodybuilding who regularly had problems gaining weight. While I