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  1. You might also consider histamine. That can aggravate things and it is tricky to test for. However, eating "anti-histaminically" is fairly easy and healthy. My spouse solved a lot of mysterious reactions when he started trying to take histamine into account. We found this website to be...
  2. It all worked out - the key - cargo pants packed full of snacks!
  3. Well, FWIW, DH never had any positive blood tests and he saw several docs, 4 or 5. He has had a positive fecal TTG from Enterolab - please note that this test is not formally validated. Here's a link to info on fecal TTG from celiac.com: https://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/blog/856/entry-1...
  4. DH (celiac and casein free) is up for a job opportunity. So far, the application has been handled online and there have been emails and phone calls with the recruiter. If that goes well, he gets an invite to a week long "orientation." Job offers are handed out (or not) on day 5. They...
  5. You could try looking for resources for casein intolerance and milk allergy. Those search terms will be more effective. There is a milk allergy listerv, for example. http://listserv.icors.org/scripts/wa-icors.exe?A2=ind9708&L=NO-MILK&F=&S=&P=11397
  6. Wow, great news! I can't help but think that the mood improvements are an especially good sign. I hope your daughter continues to improve and eventually joins the "vast majority."
  7. http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:l6ZvvaiyAgcJ:https://www.csaceliacs.org/servlet/sf%3Fid%3D248%26key%3DWemYGwKMzreruUnZMa1leKD8q2fvulvM+&celiac disease=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us There was a research review put together before the US gluten free standards were set...
  8. My spouse noticed this as well. He dislikes goat, but does tolerate sheep milk products. He also has the MTHFR issue, so that may be worth checking out; that seemed to affect his mood also.
  9. Here's a study talking about TTG and intestinal titers   http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24773630   Clin Exp Immunol. 2014 Apr 28. doi: 10.1111/cei.12366. [Epub ahead of print] In celiac disease intestinal titers of anti-tissue transglutaminase2 antibodies positively correlate...
  10. What certification does the Lundberg rice have that you are interested in? Does anyone know of GIG or CSA certified rices (the grain, not rice flour or products) Shiloh farms say they are working on getting certified http://www.shilohfarms.com/certified-gluten-free/
  11. Thank you very much for clarifying! It sounds like the Anti-TTG could be used for follow-up (where the person's blood work has always been negative) whereas the other test doesn't provide useful info. They now offer tests for a wider range of foods and I have no idea if those tests...
  12. [i]The stool anti-TTG is a better test for celiac, but I haven't seen many people on the board come up with anti-TTG from Enterolab[/i] Do you mean to say that you haven't seen many positive results from Enterolab on this particular test? Is this the test you are talking about - Fecal...
  13. http://www.cyrexlabs.com/CyrexTestsArrays/tabid/136/Default.aspx this lab has a wide array of gluten sensitivity tests. Aristo Vojdani is part of this company. He has some research on ataxia also Dr. Hadjivassiliou, a neurologist in the UK.