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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Hello, I am still newly diagnosed but have been suffering all of my life. Now that I am paying more attention to my body and what I put in to it I think I have sensitivities to other foods as well, such as corn. I feel that there may be more. Can you guys tell me some foods that you are sensitive to?

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Hon, if you are newly diagnosed, you are still suffering from serious inflammation in your gut lining.

You may feel as if EVERYTHING is causing you a problem right now.

Let's start at the beginning: have you eliminated dairy?

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If you put all our individual sensitivities and additional allergies together in a list it would comprise of pretty much everything. No joke. If you polled on any one food, you'd find many who are allergic/intolerant/sensitive to that one and it would seem that one is common, no matter what it is. The one exception is dairy. Damaged vili tend to leave a person lactose intolerant, usually temporarily, until after they heal.

My point is you shouldn't go by what others are sensitive to. It is very individual what/if people react to and everyone has different symptoms for the same food, there is no given set of reactions for a given food and our own reactions can vary i expression from time to time. Our immune systems can decide to call pretty much anything an enemy too, for those of us who tend to have allergies.

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