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  1. reading on the AIP diet it seems it’s not based on gluten free foods but regular foods in general so my question is do you still avoid breads and things like nuts and rice even though as a celiac,you are eating gluten free versions of these foods? basically is there anything you did not remove t...
  2. how long have you been diagnosed? And how long did your healing take in total? Did you start the AIP diet right away?
  3. omg! so inspiring - i am hoping to be able to say the same - your advice is so well received and appreciated and i will continue to ask questions if you don’t mind - as this journey to healing continues ❤️
  4. ty so much for all this inform latin and knowledge - i will be looking into all these vitamins and things you suggested! you put my mind at ease ty so much
  5. yes i would like to ask my GI about the thiamine - My b12 levels and vitamin D levels were normal when i had blood tests done in january to get the dx - my iron was always low and i’ve been taking iron with vitamin c in it for better absorption and wondering if it’s working - my bowels are not gre...
  6. ty so much is it ok to have lactose free milk and yogurt? i’ve been doing that for several weeks with no issues. i don’t have any gas or diarrhea or any other issues so far other than the soreness and pinchiness i felt at the beginning - some days i’m totally fine - is lactose free ok or should i jus...
  7. what is a leaky gut exactly? i had endoscopy prior to my diagnosis so i’m still very early in recovery. i don’t expect my physical pain to go away that fast but was curious on how long it took people who are already recovered! i don’t go for bloodwork till april - 3 months into this journey / i w...
  8. sorry i’m all out of sorts / i am also curious to see how much anybody’s levels have dropped in a 3 month period? i have to go followup bloodwork beginning of April and my doc was looking for a 50 point drop! anybody have a hopeful story to tell me? also have you followed up with an endoscopy aft...
  9. So i’ve been gluten free 7 weeks - i was diagnosed via endoscopy and blood test - i’ve been reading all labels eating at home only and switching things around - trial and error with regards to lactose free as opposed to dairy free - to see what works - my GI said my villi was mildly blunted but...
  10. omg i was diagnosed this in jan of this year and i feel that dull ache in both shoulders at different times also in my chest - breast area like twinges - i am also post menopause and still have symptoms from that as well but i can def understand what ur going through -i am actually relieved that...
  11. do u remember how high your levels were Scott?? i mean initially and how fast or slow they improved?
  12. i agree - i’ve been gluten free 6 weeks almost and have been learning from trial and error - in my 2-3 week i had some seeded veggies - night shades that just did not agree with me / i also eat very min dairy and more lactose free yogurts and milk since i don’t really get a reaction - i also sta...
  13. how fast did ur levels drop if i may ask? i’m only 5 weeks into this just got diagnosed and really didn’t have many of the GI symptoms at all - luckily i work for drs who sent me to their GI and i requested an endoscopy . as far as ur insomnia i wouldn’t worry - my son is 18 and has same issue - i h...