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  1. Thank for you the reply. I am trying to avoid soy too because I have hypothyroidism and I know it's not good for me. I am not 100% soy free, though. I cook a lot but when you have to do it every single day it's not fun any more. I was not high at all in any of antibodies that I have been tested positive. I had some milk on the day or the night before of the test. Fecal Antigliadin IgA 23 (Normal Range <10 Units) Fecal Antitissue Transglutaminase IgA 15 Units (Normal Range <10 Units) Quantitative Microscopic Fecal Fat Score <300 Units (Normal Range <300 Units) Fecal anti-casein (cow
  2. I pour regular milk by mistake (hard to get used to all this) in my gluten-free cereal. Didn't want to waste so I ate it, I didn't think it would hurt. Soon later I got nauseated and my heart started beating harder, not so much faster, but stronger. I wonder if that was because of the milk? I would need to do it again just out of curiosity.
  3. I had Gluten Sensitivity Stool and Gene Panel Complete *Best test/best value from Enterolab. This test includes: Antigliadin, anti-tissue transglutaminase, malabsorption test, gene test, and milk sensitivity test.
  4. Thank you very much for your replays. I am really not sure if any of my symptoms are either casein or gluten related but I am giving it try. It has been only couple of weeks since I've been on diet and don't feel any different yet, but I am willing to try.
  5. I don't have any problem as far as I know with milk or dairy products, but I was tested positive for casein antibodies. I was wondering if I need to be cautious about consuming hidden casein as I need to be with gluten? Thanks!
  6. Thank you all so much. I'll do my best to stay 100% gluten-free but I will need some time to accomplish that. I am only on day three of diet so I am not ready, I need to go pan shopping. I am concern about my medications though. I take iron daily, Feosol, which has traces of gluten so I have to change it. I also take quarter of klonopin a day which is also not under gluten-free medicine. I have been trying to stop taking it but I developed addiction, I am sure. It's such a small dose but I feel sick if I don't take it. I also have hypothyroidism but my Thyroid meds is compounded, that should be gluten-free. I'll take all of your advice with appreciation, thanks.
  7. Hi everyone, I am new here and have few questions. Thank you very much for taking time to reply. My gluten sensitivity test came back positive and I am starting diet. My question is how strict diet has to be? Do I need to stop taking medication which are not gluten-free? How about pots and pans, do I need to have all that separate just for me? I am also positive for casein, do I need to be on casein diet for life? I am OK with diet, but I am worrying about all other stuff, do I need to watch out for every product that is not gluten-free? Do I benefit if avoiding gluten-free foods but not other things like soaps and shampoos...? Thanks! Fecal Antigliadin IgA 23 (Normal Range <10 Units) Fecal Antitissue Transglutaminase IgA 15 Units (Normal Range <10 Units) Quantitative Microscopic Fecal Fat Score <300 Units (Normal Range <300 Units) Fecal anti-casein (cow
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