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  1. My mom told me about it the other day, and said that a lab in Maryland had a successful trial with an enzyme that enables celiacs to have gluten and be ok. I googled it and got this: http://www.wtop.com/?nid=106&sid=859138 http://www.healthfinder.gov/news/newsstory.asp?docID=533554 Sounds good to me!
  2. Thanks again everyone. I just had my first gluten-free meal. I had chicken and some gluten-free pasta (I forgot the brand). The pasta tasted pretty good, it was a little tough but I got used to it. Overall, I am satisfied. I also found these really good pretzels. They taste exactly the same!!!!
  3. :D :D :D (If you couldn't tell, I'm excited!!!)
  4. Thanks, everyone for the nice words. I have a question, are Skittles ok to eat? They are my absolute FAVORITE candy, and since M and M's are gluten free and they are made by the same company, that is a good sign. Thanks!
  5. Guys, I really can't express how happy I am to already have found others who have the same disease as me. When I first found out, it seemed like such a rare disease, and I figured that no one had it but myself. Thanks for proving me wrong! I look forward to my healthy future!
  6. I appreciate the support. I have been reading through the forum and around the web, and it seems that whoever is on this gluten free diet seems to be much healthier and happier, and I hope that is the case for me My symptoms, since I was little, was that I couldn't tolerate dairy. During the day, I could eat lots of cheese and milk, but at night, it was a different story. I would have a terrible burning sensation, and usually vomit. I assumed it was acid reflux disease, but once we got tests done we realized it was celiac disease.
  7. Hello everyone! My name is Jesse and I have just been diagnosed with Celiac Disease. My mother just told me, and to be honest, I have mixed emotions. I am not sure how to deal with it. We just bought all of the gluten free food. I am scared that I have to deal with this for my entire life. I wonder if I can survive being thrown into this new world of no bread. I can't imagine not being able to ever eat a bagel again. It is really shocking to me, and I am truly scared. How did everyone feel when they had just found out? I really appreciate all of the support, and I am really glad that I found this site. Thanks!
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