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About Me

10 years misdiagnosed; diagnosed 2010 with celiac and lymphocytic colitis.

Lactose-intolerant (resolved)

Egg sensitivity ongoing

Diagnosed 2018 with Diffuse Large B-cell Lymphoma in retina/CNS Lymphoma

  1. Right doctor? You might try a naturopath or functional medicine doctor. I've found them to be savvier about celiac, leaky gut, etc. Good luck.
  2. You can find the link on the video in the upper right corner, where there is an arrow. If you click on it, it gives you the URL to share.
  3. Thanks again. I read all those articles (sure wish I had a degree in biochemistry!) I will discuss this with my MD. My celiac malabsorption is resolved, although my diet has had many legumes and rice in the past 10 years which seem to be a possible cause of thiamine deficiency (insufficient consumption...
  4. Thanks for all the links! I will read them and see if they fit. I have been taking B's and biotin for awhile. How did you thiamine get checked? My MD also said to check out autoimmune keto but that I wouldn't like it much (LOL). Right now I'm tracking daily carbs to see where I'm at vs. goal...
  5. Thanks for the tip on the embryonic duck egg! That would send me into full-on vegan-mode. LOL I might consider duck eggs sans embryo if I find that eggs are essential to my new diet and once covid subsides so I can go shopping again. Yeah, Trents, me, too on the embryos!
  6. Thanks for the response. I do eat meat (mostly chicken) a few times a week but try to limit it due to saturated fats. I also am on many supplements as part of my "starving cancer" protocol. Keto diet my oncologist recommends is less than 20 grams a day of carbs, which pretty much limits any...
  7. Thanks for the response. I will have a look at Tuit Nutrition.
  8. I found an old thread in here about egg intolerance but can no longer locate it. I'm 69 and have celiac and lymphocytic colitis diagnosis since 2010, after 10 years prior of illness (which I figure was related to gluten). Post-diagnosis I went totally gluten-free but continued with leaky gut symptoms...