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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. I really like Red Apple Lipstick. You should check them out.
  2. I would do a food log and note your bowel movements as well as other symptoms. Have several days without gluten. Then have a day with gluten and then note your stools. Take gluten out, take it back, take it out....Then maybe you might be able to see more of a connection. It'd be curious to do some type of elimination reintroduction diet to see what could be causing your bloating and loose stools. I would also consider getting allergy IgG and IgE testing if you can.
  3. Gluten free was not enough for me. It's taken starting on a low starch, grain free, dairy free, legume free, refined sugar free, nut free, low histamine, low fructose, nightshade free, candida diet. I've only started to notice improvement in about 3 months on this very strict diet because now I am able to eat starches like potatoes, bananas. I think it is really slow process of getting the gut healed. For the first several weeks I was just having chicken broth everyday. I would cook the chicken in the crockpot for several hours. In the beginning I was just like you, I couldn't eat kale without being very bloated. It was terrible! Just eating raw vegetables made my stomach hurt I had to cook every vegetable.
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    At burger joints you can ask for "protein" style, that is wrapped in lettuce instead of a bun. Hope this helps you.
  5. Here is recipe for making potato chips from your microwave http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-crispy-potato-chips-in-the-microwave-166718
  6. I recently took some psyllium husk in capsule form and I am thinking it caused a bad reaction for me. My head feels full and foggy for a couple day now. I am also having crawling feeling in my head and balance issues. I am having similar experiences to anytime that I would eat gluten. Certainly it is possible that I could be reacting to something different, but I had never tried this capsule before. I'm honestly very nervous about the idea of trying it again. Just wanted to give you my experience. Just for the record, I am not just sensitive to gluten, but also to other gluten grains like corn, rice, oatmeal, etc. So if you are sensitive to more than just the gluten in wheat, then I would express caution. Good luck.
  7. I had pizza on Thursday. Now it's Sunday and I am feeling so lethargic and generally terrible. Could it be possible that I'm affected by something I had 4-5 days ago?