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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. I have been gluten free for a few years. I'm in college so finding ways to avoid it is very difficult. Avoiding gluten helps drastically with my stomach problems, but I noticed the same things were still happening (gas,cramping,constipation) in addition to a splotchy red rash that broke out on my face, ears and neck, and recently I've been trying to pin point what it is. I have come to the conclusion that it is soy.(still waiting to see a doctor next month and get that confirmed) Learning all the gluten products to avoid took a while to learn and I feel lost trying to figure out what products I can consume that are soy free and gluten free. I know there are many oils, gums, guars etc that are derived but I need more help. Anyone that can help, please do! Until then I suppose I will just be eating plain fruit, vegetables, and meat. Also, does anyone know what tests are done at the doctor to test for soy? Thanks, Morgan