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Jodi Mills

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About Me

I am 23 years old, and was diagnosed with celiac disease when I was 6 or 7. I was on the gluten-free diet until around age 12 when I miraculously "recovered," or so I thought, until last month when my problems started all over again.

  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. I must say I am a bit jealous...It seems like everytime I move away from somewhere, something starts that I would love to be involved with. I deffinately miss home(Tacoma/puyallup). but hopefully You all are doing great with the support group and hopefully I can find on that is close to home eventually...
  3. Okay so earlier I posted about shampoos, and stuff like that..heres the question, What brands are okay to use? It seems like everytime i find something i like my hair starts falling out again, or my skin breaks out...and if i quit using it it stops. I think it is possible i have celiac and the gluten...
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    Shampoos?

    I forgot to add this in, has anyone else had a problem with shampoos and conditioners? I was using Treseme, and my hair started falling out really badly, read the ingredients and number 2 on the list was wheat something, I have quit using Treseme completely and my hair is growing back... I was told...
  5. Okay so me and my boyfriend totally cheated and opened our Christmas presents early! since it is after all just us and our dogs, neither of us has family out here in North Carolina, so we decided what the heck...Anyhow to the point, he is the sweetest, he got me the book, Living Gluten Free For Dummies...
  6. Ok so I was at Walmart a couple of weeks ago and was looking at the rice cakes, which are like stale cardboard (but since I can eat them I love them) and ran into a lady who's daughter has celiac as well. It was really amazing, I had never met anyone with the disease, other than myself of course...