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30-something music teacher in living in the Midwest. Began elimination diet October '09. Confirmed Celiac gene Spring '10. Currently living gluten free, casein free, soy free, egg free, legume free, and nightshade free. It's quite a list, but I'm feeling better and I'm not worried about losing my job because of my health any more!

  1. Are you concerned because you've noticed changes in your cycle? Because that was one of the reasons that I went gluten-free to begin with. Ultimately the short answer to your question is...yes. There are many of us who have had problems with fertility with or without an official celiac diagnosis...
  2. feeling SO MUCH BETTER!!!! And I can sing again!

  3. I reacted poorly to the Honey Nut Chex too!!! And this is even with the "Gluten Free" label on the front of the box. I'm glad I'm not the only one...although it sucks that we all had to feel glutened from this product!