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  1. He did not! I was in and out pretty quick and didn't really have time for elaboration. I will find out next trip. I only get protein there, and sometimes preworkout. I get all my vitamins from nutrionalist that is gluten-free.
  2. Thank you I'm glad too. This forum is going to help out a lot. To keep the thread on topic I just got home from nutrishop and picked up some gluten-free protein. The guy said virtually all of their supplements are gluten-free.
  3. Thanks for your input. There is a bit more to the story. She tested my blood on the initial visit and my body was defeciant of almost all vitamins. So, without doubt I need supplementation. Vitamin D, ZINC, B, etc. all were inadequate. In my opinion, it makes no difference if I have celiac or not, gluten is something I do not need in my diet. I have been 10000000 time better since I cut it out a couple months ago. Like I said, I go back next week for further testing and discussion of taking the step farther to find out 100% if I have celiacs. I will weigh the cost and such in on my decision.
  4. I went to a health facility that specializes in nutrition. I have been seeing a doctor who advised me (after i told her symptoms) to stay off of gluten for a week and see what happens. I did this along with taking some pharmecutical probiotic and GI sustain, along with some normal vitamins. On my follow up appointment I explained to her the drastic diffences and she said I probably have celiac or most certainly gluten sensitive. She explained in order to test for celiacs I'd have to start eating gluten again, and I really don't want to do that. I was sick for 3 or 4 years and had no clue what was wrong. I had no health insurance and just ignored the sympotoms. I also had a rash on my stomach and chest and it has slowly faded away over the last couple of months off of gluten. I go back next week for a nutrion test and will talk more about a endoscope and testing for celiacs.
  5. QDOBA/CHIPLOTE- I get the naked burrito bowl with minial toppings to prevent CC and have had no problem. The food is great. RICE, protein, pico and guac on the side.
  6. Hello, I was recently diagonosed with gluten intolerance and was curious about the supplements I take. All of my vitamins I now buy at the same office I was diagnosed and they are gluten-free, but I was curious about preworkout powder and protein. I've only been gluten-free for 2 months now. The whole thing is very new to me. Thanks for any comments or info.