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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. I really like nature's path homestyle waffles and the buckwheat ones are good too. I never has any luck making waffles
  2. burdee...I am just curiuos ....why do you choose the generic T3 over brand? Why did you decide to only take T3 and how much do you take? I currently take 55mcg of cytomel and 25 mcg of synthroid. I am thinking of stopping the T4 all together.
  3. I just looked up some of those different protein powders and I think I am going to try the hemp next. Thanks for the info!! I guess it couldn't hurt to take an amino acid supp too. I will also try to eat more meat.
  4. I want to start taking a protein supplement because my diet low in protein. I tried a few whey protein powders so far but they (like everything else)bothered my stomach. Would taking amino acid caps do the same thing for me as taking protein powder? My main goal is to provide my muscles and connective tissues with what they need to recover from an injury.
  5. I saw kind has put out a gluten free granola. There are several different varieties and they are made with gluten free oats. I have stayed away from oats for years but I really want to try this granola. Do you eat certified gluten free oats with or without problems? I read so much conflicting info about it I have always just satyed away.
  6. I know this might sound dumb....but I just heated up some gluten filled lasagna for my boyfriend in the microwave. When I took it out I noticed condensation inside the microwave from it. Does that condensation contain gluten because it came from a gluten source? Do I need to get my own microwave?
  7. well I guess that settles it. I was going through some cabinets last week and I found a few bottles of my old shampoo that contains hydrolyzed wheat protein and I just can't get rid of them. I love that stuff and it was expensive too. Oh well
  8. Are we still avoiding hydrolyzed wheat protein in our shampoos? I read they are safe for celiacs and I read they are unsafe for celiacs.... What's the final word?
  9. let me rephrase that...how does soy affect you?
  10. just curious...why do you avoid soy?
  11. Thank you.... I will give them a try
  12. I agree with your Dr. about the fluctuation in generics, but you have other brand name T4 options.
  13. I love kirkman labs. They have hypoallergenic versions of all kinds of supplements. I take the hypo adult advanced multi vitamin/mineral.
  14. I take a combo of Synthroid and Cytomel. Are you on generic T3? I always wondered if the Synthroid was gluten free because I have heard so many different things about it. If you don't mind me asking.....how much T4 and T3 do you take? I take 25mcg of Synthroid and 70mcg of cytomel. I do plan on switching things up soon. I hear good things about natural.
  15. I want to start taking a probiotic but there are so many choices. I see some are refrigerated also. I really don't care about pricing at this point. I would just like something that is going to work and easy to start out with. I would love a to know what you guys are using and how it has benefited you. Also, if you had any discomfort starting it and how long till you felt better. Thank you!!!!!