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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Hey guys,

So about once a year I come back on here to post an update for the newbies and such to say that it is possible to be gluten free as a teenage, as a college student, and as a person for 20 years. Today is my 20th anniversary of my "diagnosis day" as my parents call it, and I'm happy to say that I've been doing great (about to graduate from college with a bachelor of science in Chemistry), and have never once consciously cheated on my gluten free diet.

To all of you out there who are suffering with teh diet changes and such, it can be done! and it's so much better for you guys now that it was when I was diagnosed, the only company out there that did gluten-free was Ener-g.

I hope everyone I used to interact with out here are doing well, and welcome to all the new members on this message board.

20 years seems like a long time!

-Molly

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Hi Molly. Great news about the degree! Thanks for the upbeat update.

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