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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. I STRONGLY suggest finding out what your blood type is and then following the "Eat Right For Your Blood Type" program/book. It is how I found out that I was wheat/gluten intolerant. It prompted me to go get tested. Almost everything on the "avoids" list for a type O bothers me-- milk, dairy, coffee, peanuts, wheat, and many other grains. It is amazing what a strong correlation there is. I suggest trying this and eliminating things on your avoids list. It will totally help you. I also suggest doing a vegetable juice fast of some sort to make sure you are eliminating your bowels properly... you never know what could be in there causing the gas-- and how long it's been in there! You must make sure that you are able to get rid of waste. Try food combining. If you are suffering from gas, NEVER eat fruit with other food. It takes different digestive enzymes to digest different foods. carbs and proteins shouldn't really be eaten together and fruits most ALWAYS be eaten alone on an empty stomach. Lastly, you may have an issue with yeast... it will make you a farting machine! Cutting the sugar, fruit, carbs and dairy will help tremendously... and it will help to kill off the yeast. Also, start taking acidophilis to bring good bacteria and flora in to kill the yeast over growth.