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About mmg21

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  1. Red Robbin is the best. That is where we usually end up when eating out because I know I can have a great meal and not get sick after. I haven't tried the gluten-free buns because I prefer mine wrapped in lettuce, and love the french fries. I can even get a gluten-free beer .
  2. Thank you so much for everyones response. I will definitely have my Dr test for magnesium. What kind of magnesium do you take? There are so many different kinds. And no I have not been on any kind of medication at all. My aunt is seeing an accupuncturist and happened to ask her about my tremors and she seemed to think it had to do with the celiac and that I should think about seeing a naturepathic Dr. This will probably be my next step if the magnesium doesn't help. I figure it's not going to hurt me to take it before getting a blood test .
  3. I was dx with celiac disease a year ago by biopsy and blood test. I have been very faithful with eating gluten-free. And was doing really well until 4 months ago when I started getting "internal tremors" It feels like my body is vibrating but nothing can be seen on the outside. I've been to the Dr and had a MRI of the brain and spine and everything came back normal. The Dr has tried different medications and they just make me feel bad and do not help the tremors. So now I'm wondering if this is related to my celiac and if there is something I'm missing. Could shampoo, body wash, clothes detergent do this? I use Head & Shoulders, Olay body wash and Arm & Hammer clothes detergent. Maybe after using day after day it has gotten into my system? Or maybe a vitamin or mineral deficiency? I would be grateful for any ideas or thoughts.