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  1. Oh my, I never stopped to think others started having it so young too. It started in my teens for me too. I never knew why or even what it was at first. It is almost completely gone if I am 100% gluten free. I rarely get episodes anymore unless I get accidentally glutened. Wow, coincidence or...
  2. Well, I don't react to corn, corn oil or salt at any other time, anywhere else in any other product. What option does that leave?
  3. I had to stop eating Fritos and Cheetos as well. I reacted, particularly to the Fritos. That truly sucks because Fritos have such a simple ingredient list: corn, corn oil, salt. But it happens every single time with plain old Fritos. Fritos has this disclaimer on their website: "The above...
  4. Like someone suggested, I would say give it more time gluten free to see if it gets better. I know that's a hard thing to hear. I know how frustrating non-stop itching can be, I went through that for quite some time. I tend to react to things I'm allergic to by itching. It took a while to weed...
  5. I'm pretty sure my grandfather had it and he lived to be 96. He also suffered with severe arthritis from his forties on, was overweight and had memory and coordination problems. He ate fried eggs bacon and white toast every day of his life for breakfast too. I think Celiac is just part of the...
  6. I've read some research that suggests that Gluten Ataxia presents brain lessions similar to those found in MS patients. Lessions are found in the cerebullum which is the area that controls coordination. I also found out through researching my DNA results that the gluten intolorant gene I have a...
  7. It could be you've answered your own question. If your breathing improves when you take the Xanax and if anxiety is an ongoing problem for you, the anxiety could be the issue. It helps to understand what happens when you breath. You breath in oxygen. The oxygen saturates the little air sacs...
  8. Hormel Aus Juis pork. According to their website it's gluten free. According to my stomach not so much.
  9. Oh hey, thanks. Never had a name for it before, LOL. I used to have blotches of it on a regular basis. Now it's just a once and a while thing. It shows up mostly on my hands for some reason, particularly my fingers. I've just always lived with it as far as I can remember. But then it's never...
  10. Personally I think with all this verbage there must be at least a dozen dead horses strewn about the place by now.
  11. Could your doctor have been referring to Leaky Gut as it's commonly called around here, as the "other thing"? Leaky Gut, which I believe has a lovely technical name that I can't remember, creates allergic or histamine reactions to various substances in people with auto-immune disorders. Anti-histamines...
  12. I'm gonna say this and then I'm outta this conversation. I've already broken my own rules in this conversation. It's your lives, do what you want with them. Mine is the only one I can control so I'll go do that. If you've got a wheat allergy or non Celiac gluten intolerance it's apparently...
  13. So you're now claiming WITH NO SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE TO BACK YOU UP that this product does indeed prevent intestinal damage. "I disagree that the product doesn't prevent intestinal damage. The offending molecule is broken down by the enzymes "before" it causes damage. Hey, we're all different. ...
  14. I hope people truly do go to that linked site and read with a critical mind. The first three words there are "Gluten Intolerance Treatment". How many people new to Celiacs would read that and think "HEY, a cure." The entire thing is worded in such a way that the pseudo science takes over. It...