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  1. You, personally, may be happy with Wikipedia, and that is fine. Not sure where you got the "12 year olds" out of my...
  2. I think you've missed the point entirely. The DNA test was never advertised as being able to "rule someone out"...
  3. Jamie, There are many, many possibilities. If this happens mostly when you "go out to eat", (and I didn...
  4. CSU Grad

    New Menber

    Let's clarify this a little more so that we can describe this accurately: In medical testing, and in statistics...
  5. CSU Grad

    New Menber

    Sorry, if I confused anyone with my statistic.... The proportion of people with Celiac Disease to those without...
  6. CSU Grad

    New Menber

    Yep, Peter, that was a typo....should be 1% But let's not take away the effect here...even 1% of the population is...
  7. 30 to 40 hours is a long time with regard to a reaction to a food. Your reactions should be much more immediate. You...
  8. Statistically speaking then, you have a 50/50 chance of feeling tired after eating gluten, is what you are saying. Thus...
  9. Stress does not "cause" celiac disease. You must be genetically predisposed to the disease. True, it can come and go...
  10. Also, be aware, please, you could feel more tired after cutting out wheat, because you have suddenly dropped the majority...
  11. This is, actually, pretty normal.... this has a lot to do with how much carbohydrates you eat normally, and if you are...
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    New Menber

    If you feel that wheat is a problem, yes, try to get away from it for a while and see what happens. But, it may take...
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