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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Life Is Good

    Malibu, Any improvement? It took a few months for me to get back into it.
  2. Just started lifting weights to try and attack some fat I put on after going gluten-free 6 months ago, and it feels great! No longer am I dying everytime I have to lift something or hit the tread-mill. Just wanted to share a positive experience here, and maybe listen to any workout tips from the in-shape Celiacs. Thanks, Life is Good
  3. Try easing off on caffeine, Im finding some relief with that. I switched to green tea from thick coffee and i am seeing a little improvement. I was never one to scrutinize what I put into my body before this, but it seems to hold a lot of answers
  4. I am going throught the process of being diagnosed at the moment, just had a positive blood test a month ago. I have anxiety on and off as well for a while now, I have started my gluten free diet two weeks ago and have yet to see a change in my anxiety. I am hoping that change will come but I am worried it will stick even after the diet change. Its the symptom I have the hardest time with, the stomach pain and digestive issues are easy to deal with when the anxiety and fatigue arent present. Im sure it will improve, and I like reading that others are in the same boat. Thanks