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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

      This Celiac.com FAQ on celiac disease will guide you to all of the basic information you will need to know about the disease, its diagnosis, testing methods, a gluten-free diet, etc.   Subscribe to FREE Celiac.com email alerts What are the major symptoms of celiac disease? Celiac Disease Symptoms What testing is available for celiac disease? - list blood tests, endo with biopsy, genetic test and enterolab (not diagnostic) Celiac Disease Screening Interpretation of Celiac Disease Blood Test Results Can I be tested even though I am eating gluten free? How long must gluten be taken for the serological tests to be meaningful? The Gluten-Free Diet 101 - A Beginner's Guide to Going Gluten-Free Is celiac inherited? Should my children be tested? Ten Facts About Celiac Disease Genetic Testing Is there a link between celiac and other autoimmune diseases? Celiac Disease Research: Associated Diseases and Disorders Is there a list of gluten foods to avoid? Unsafe Gluten-Free Food List (Unsafe Ingredients) Is there a list of gluten free foods? Safe Gluten-Free Food List (Safe Ingredients) Gluten-Free Alcoholic Beverages Distilled Spirits (Grain Alcohols) and Vinegar: Are they Gluten-Free? Where does gluten hide? Additional Things to Beware of to Maintain a 100% Gluten-Free Diet Free recipes: Gluten-Free Recipes Where can I buy gluten-free stuff? Support this site by shopping at The Celiac.com Store.

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We had buckwheat sourcream blueberry pancakes with maple syrup and Jones sausauge links two days in a row.

I used 1/2 a package of a gluten-free pancake mix, added about 3/4 cup of buckwheat flour, an egg, about 2/3 cup of sour cream & 1 3/4 cup milk. (I like my pancakes on the thin side.)

The batter was even better the second day after refrigeration, but I added more milk because the batter got stiffer. The pancakes were delicious!!

Sqirming, I know the feeling you describe. I find high protein snacks helpful. (Like peanut butter on banana or sliced apple, a rice cake with peanut butter or safe nuts.) I wonder why our bodies crave protein after going gluten-free. :unsure:

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Chili Sweet Potato Fries

Frozen grapes

Raw cucumber

Oops - this was my lunch! :o

Breakfast:

Glutino toast with peanut butter

Poached egg

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Yes, ciamarie, no egg yolk for the low iodine for the dh. I got glutened about a month ago from a can of refried beans which was the first time I had tried hardly anything that wasn't whole foods. Before that I had gotten back on the iodine & seemed to be doing well.

Thank you you guys for the tips. So more protein & fat, less carbs. Easier to do when I can add iodine back.

Again, Thankssmile.gif

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I made this Cinnabon Clone and it rocked. My Celiac neighbors couldn't believe it was gluten-free. My gluten-free daughter was in heaven.

I had one and wasn't hungry until dinner!

Cinnabon Clone

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I made this Cinnabon Clone and it rocked. My Celiac neighbors couldn't believe it was gluten-free. My gluten-free daughter was in heaven.

I had one and wasn't hungry until dinner!

Cinnabon Clone

Oooooooooo, that sounds so yummy! I bookmarked the recipe for when I've healed enough to give yeast a try.

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This may sound odd but sometimes I have unconventional breakfasts. I made myself yummy potato salad.

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Tenderloin and 2 slices of Glutino's Flax Bread with Nutella on them.

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Tenderloin and 2 slices of Glutino's Flax Bread with Nutella on them.

How did you feel mid morning? Did it help goin with a high protein breakfast?

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How did you feel mid morning? Did it help goin with a high protein breakfast?

It was better Marilyn. I ate at 8 but by 11 I was getting what I call the dropsies. This morning I had a banana followed by a bowl of buckwheat about 7:45. In about 10 minutes I'm going to begin making egg white, hash brown, & ham.

Thanks for asking. I'm still trying to figure this all out. Never paid much attention to carbs before as I never had any weight problems. Am now learning what constitutes fast carbs & slow carbs & the glycemic load business.

I amended the second 1/2 of my breakfast by giving hubs 1/2 my hash browns & having egg white & ham plus a piece of flax toast with nutella. Thought this was a better choice.

Will see how this goes.

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Berry and Banana Shortcakes with chocolate shavings:)

I made almond flour biscuits and topped them with blueberries, strawberries and banana. Then I put on homemade whipped cream which I didn't add sugar too and then shaved 90% dark chocolate over top. It was delicious and I think if I made a sweeter whipped cream it would make a yummy dessert.

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Squirming, I'm glad you're feeling better. I find it helpful to eat like a diabetic in the early smorning and afternoon (small portions, low carbs, frequent snacks). I must have a good lunch. DP always wants dinner early, I always want it late and light.

I still have a problem with eating in the morning, but liked my puffed brown rice cereal the banana and milk this morning, didn't even need sugar or honey. The unbelievable thing is that I bought it for $2 at a gluten-free expo. Wish I'd bought more!

Alex, your breakfast sounded delish! And in case you don't know, Squirming, almond flour used for bisquit making is low carb, high protein, might be something you like and can live with. Good luck!

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Alex's breakfast DOES sound delish ~~~ ANY time of day or night!

I'm going to have to try almond flour myself. Biscuits --- ohhhhh I miss my biscuits. Since I began cooking as a kid I've always made my own biscuits. And they weren't drop biscuits either. Rolling pin & biscuit cutter -- what you'd call baking powder biscuits.

Well Marilyn I got to 11:20 today before the dropsies started to make themselves known. Thanks for caring & asking. I'm going to lick this thing sooner or later.cool.gif

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Oof. I'm on a candida diet. I should not be reading all of these :o *drool*

I had a salad for breakky

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sauteed veggies with eggs and a bit of leftover steak sliced in.

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Began with flax toast with nutella on it. Then later a banana. Then later a bowl of cream of buckwheat. Then later an egg white with sausage in it.

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Gluten-free steel cut oats with an egg over easy on top.

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Udi's bread toasted with homemade strawberry jam and a cup of tea

I am fighting a whopper of a cold and nothing else sounded good

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Get well soon! (((chill)))

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Bob's Red Mill hot cereal + Enjoy Life chocolate chips + sugar = chocolate Malt O Meal

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Louisianna strawberries are here, so I had a big bowl of strawberries with real cream. The berries are so sweet that I don't need sugar.

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Steak, pancakes, flax toast with nutella & a migraine.

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Apple, Pear, Blueberry, Spinach, Kale smoothie.

A bit later -- eggs scrambled with onion and topped with cheese.

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I need some quick and protien ideas! I get up at 5 a.m. and I'm so sleepy, I usually get only coffee in. I eat a rice cake or two on the job. I'm tired of boiled eggs on the run.

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Add some peanut butter to the rice cake. I'm eating one right now. That will give you approx. 8 grams of protein.

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Began with a brown rice cake topped with peanut butter, then had an apple with peanut butter, then had a tangerine, followed by some pineapple. I have a feeling I'll be looking for more to stuff my gullet with before too long.cool.gif

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