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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. I've noticed that I have all the symptoms of celiac disease whenever I eat white bread, certain whole wheat breads, and maybe even some white cheeses. The symptoms tend to show up a half hour after eating. What's strange is that I eat shredded wheat for breakfast all the time, oatmeal frequently and pepperidge farm's german dark wheat bread with no problems. Has anyone else experienced trouble with specific types of wheat? I think it may have to do with processed foods, or some other ingredient that's thrown in. I once saw a allergist to determine whether I was allergic to wheat and the test came back negative. After reading through some of the other messages and the FAQ it looks like I should probably see a GI doctor. Does anyone have any recommendations, advice, or similar experiences? Thanks