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  1. I use PlusCBD Oil, they claim to be gluten free. https://www.pluscbdoil.com/faq.html
  2. My partner bought beef stew meat from Wholefoods and the package says "may contain allergens due to shared production areas". Can it be gluten? (I wouldn't have thought so, but it seems to be everywhere....) Thanks.
  3. Honestly, I was a bit surprised because I thought the tTG IgG test was not very sensitive in the context of normal or high IgA's, so I expected to be diagnosed with NCGS. In any case, as Scott says it doesn't matter for practical purposes. I'll mention something else here for the records in case...
  4. Update: The diagnosis was indeed celiac disease. (I also specifically asked whether he had considered distinguishing between celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity.)
  5. Thanks, yeah, I was just fishing for some more information with respect to the two options given my blood/endoscopy results. The doc had recommended I go on a gluten-free diet till our next appointment. I did. On day 7 when I woke up the symptoms were suddenly just gone, for the first time ...
  6. Yeah, I have a follow up in two weeks, I'll let you know what the "official" position is.
  7. Hi folks, I managed to get an endoscopy (!) in these hard times after some setbacks due to the covid situation. I'm struggling to understand my results. Is there any way to tell if this is "early celiac" or "non-celiac gluten sensitivity"? (I'm ~30 and I got some sort of virus a year ago and...