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  1. Oh no! That's not really good news for those of us that do indeed react to grain distilled liquor. But it's not a hard thing for those who are sensitive to research anyway and make smart decisions with anyway.
  2. I used to love to sip whiskey straight. Even after going gluten-free, I was in denial that whiskey affected me (because tons of things online say that the distillation "removes" gluten) but I had to accept the reality that whiskey definitely gave me gluten reactions and I cut it out. I love...
  3. Thank you all for the feedback. I sent this reply as a follow in another thread that RMJ replied to as well, but I wanted to share here too for anyone else that happens across this question. So, here's my update 8 months later. I ended up going completely gluten free, and I can confidently say...
  4. Thank you all for the feedback. I figured I would take the time to follow up now that it's been almost a year. I ended up going completely gluten free, and I can confidently say it was one of the best decisions I've ever made in my life. I never did a biopsy to look in my intestinal track, and...
  5. I didn't reply earlier so, 5 months later I figured I'd give an update! I definitely way overthought this concept and I've found it to be a non-issue. 99% of the time when the topic comes up, I just say I can't eat gluten and that's that. I've found I haven't gotten any flak for saying gluten...
  6. I'm definitely gluten intolerant, but I do not know if it's Celiac Disease or not. Long story short, I've had a myriad of related health issues for as long as I can remember. After a lot of research, I found out last year it was likely gluten. I did a gluten challenge and my health plummeted to the...
  7. I took a blood test last month, which only tested ttg IgA and was negative (1 u/mL). And I’m not IgA deficient. Now I wasn’t eating gluten everyday before that, but was eating gluten at least 1-2x/week. I decided to do a more proper gluten challenger and ate 2 pieces of bread everyday, and fel...
  8. I've spent a lot of time looking up to see if I can find a post about a similar situation but haven't had luck finding it. I've never been 100% gluten free. As of this past Spring, I consumed gluten regularly (maybe a few times per week? I don't believe it was ever daily) and had a lot of the...