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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Corn, Too?

    Its coconut dream milk with a touch of rice milk, it says on the label, wheat, gluten, soy, diary free, lactose as well
  2. Corn, Too?

    Thanks for your reply, i have eliminated diary as well, i use coconut and rice milk, is this ok? What about rice? Does anyone have issues with eating rice?
  3. Scary, i have the dizziness, shortness of breath, headaches, brain fog as well, forget minor things as well, all blood tests have shown nothing extra ordinary, but last week, i was advised to check my vitamin b12 and iron as well, earlier blood tets did not test for this, i have a feeling, my levels are currently low, i had some gluten free cornflakes for breakfast today and felt like crap hours later, think i will stick to unprocessed food, safer this way
  4. Hi, i am new to this forum, i have all the symptons of gluten intolerance since 2002 , the migraine attacks that kept me from working for a month, i got slightly better but got back into old habits, fast forward 2013, the symptons have come back with a vengeance, headaches, weight loss, slurred speech, forgetfullness, back pains, swollen joints, general fatigue, i have had several blood tests, everything came back normal, even a health check was fine, maybe they did not check my vitamin b12 levels or Iron, so i have requested another blood test which i should get back in a couple of days, i have decided to go gluten free for good and within a week i can see some improvements, my headaches have gone, my insomia has gone, my joint swellings have eased off a bit, only issue here is i am still eating gluten free corn flakes and taking dextrol tablets for energy boosting, i am also eating gluten free bread products bought from the store, this morning after having a gluten cornflakes fortified with fibres, when i got to work, started feeling uneasy, short of breath, headache, i had to leave!! Does anyone think these gluten free products could be the culprit ? Should i eleiminate corn all together and prepare my own breakfasts from scratch? I have been preparing my lunches and dinner for the past week