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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Bloated From Eatings Plums, Serious Wth?
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Last night i had a quite a few plums and felt bloated for 3 hours, now i had only 3 with some spaghetti sauce and my COLON get bloated, what the hell?

 

Also, can fruits get cross contamination too and how common is it if yes.

 

This really suck, about a week ago i was finally getting better, more energy no more bloating, could drink milk, last night i had a chocolate bar and had every symptom of being lactose intolerant, it also feel I am having harder time with coffee now, and still no FREAKING energy, I had cut corn since today and replaced it with VEGGIES VEGGIES FRUITS FRUITS beef and eeg still feel like crap.

 

How long does this has to go for before I can do a normal day? I sleep 10 hours now and even 2 days ago I slept 14 and was totally drained.

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Were you used to eating a lot of fruits and veggies before you went gluten free? If you are eating a lot more raw fruits and veggies suddenly that can cause bloating. Early on it seems anything can for some of us. It takes a while to heal and some find it helpful to go with well cooked fruits and veggies and mild foods for a bit. You may also be reacting to the milk. It might be a good idea to go with a safe milk alternative for a bit.

It takes time to heal so hang in there.

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I been using almond milk, no cow milk and honey for sweetener.

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Some extra protein might help with the energy, having hard boiled eggs in the fridge can be helpful

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Also I been having an incredible difficulty breathing, this is really ridiculous it's as bad as if I had asthma, that has only gotten worse.

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Sounds like time to check in with your doctor then, probably OK, but maybe not worth risking

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It could just be the fruit. I know a few fruits bother me, apples and pears make me quite bloated and crampy... No idea why.

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How long have you been gluten free? For many of us going gluten-free means a complete change of what we eat, meaning that you've changed the type of fuel your body is used to, and it might require some time to get used to it. Withdrawal is always tough. 

I remember when I used to go through cleansing diets. The first days would be the toughest. I'd be so tired and out of energy, until the body gets used to it, then things go back to normal. Changing to a gluten-free diet is a lot more intense than a simple cleansing diet.

 

If the fruit is washed properly then you can't get cc from it. 

But don't blame everything on CC. The intestines can get agitated, upset or bloated from many things and not just gluten. 

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When I went to the gastroenterologist, he thought maybe my symptoms might be IBS. (I know they are from gluten). Anyway, he suggested I look up the FODMAP diet. This may be of use to you. There are suggestions of certain foods to avoid: gluten, dairy, honey, some fruits, etc.

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A couple months ago i got candida, which is a yeast infection. And doctors couldnt explain why i getting that, because that happens to low immune systems, which im suspecting celiac. But candida causes bloating, difficulty swallowing, white spots in mouth, and they feed off of sugar and carbs. Before going glutenfree i was having recurrent candida. Im just making a suggestion, u should research it.

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