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My History:

Looking back now I can see that many things in my past were connected to my celiac all along but nothing was overwhelmingly troublesome until my late 40's.

Mononucleosis-5 years old, cold sores/canker sores - lifetime, terrible acne as a teen, I would end up with flu-like symptoms if I worked out consistently, repeated cases of strep throat thru 20's, age 24 started developing kidney infections & stones, miscarriage-age 24, anemia found at 24 years, very sick with 3rd child and was put on a diabetic diet- 34, sensitive to cold, heart palpitations, continual battle with sinuses, poor immune system, migraines- 37, restless leg syndrome- 43, depression, fractured finger- 44, blurred/double vision- 45, pins & needles poking in feet/hands/eyes- 45, reoccurring yeast infections, sleeping 10-12 hours nightly- 46, bloating/gas/stomach pain, bouts of constipation & diarrhea/noisy stomach- 46, itchy mole that came up on shoulder and then would go away-47.

I then did a 3 month herbal cleanse- Nov 2010. Docs had previously tossed me vit prescripts and my energy was continuing to decline. Thinking that perhaps my metabolism was suffering I decided to give this a try. After the cleanse I found myself in ER, heart palpitations going nuts. I had high blood pressure (never had before), dizzy, headache, stiff neck, stiff back, hair loss, crawling sensations on skin, felt like I had flu, muscle spasms, twitches, striped patterns blinded my vision, memory and thought processes were very bad (felt like I had Alzheimer

  1. Yes, very much so. However, as far as what the test showed I was deficient in may actually answer alot of my questions. The test showed I am deficient in B12, B2, folate, silicone and isoflavonoids. This would explain the nueropathy and while I don't understand the isoflavonoids I did find symptoms...
  2. Thanks guys, I really appreciate the input. I think I will just try one thing at a time. I wonder why testing is so hard? Dermotology treated my scalp and basically said the same.....that allergy testing is not real accurate but it seems like sifting thru a mountain of options at times.
  3. I'm actually hoping it is inaccurate. Has anyone esle done this? Did you find it inaccurate or did you find it helped?
  4. So I got my results back from a hair strand allergy test that I took. This is not a completely accuarte test as what can show up is the foods that you eat in large quantities. However, on my list for foods to avoid are rice, corn, whey, tomatoes, plums, cod, avocados, olives, cabbage, spinach, and...
  5. Thanks for the reply. For now I am just going to stay away from the choco raisins. With me, it is hard to say, I could veen be having a reaction to the riasins themselves. Crazy how various foods will effect me for awhile and then after a few months I am okay again. Good thing, is I am actually feeling...
  6. Yes, the package does say it is a lac-resin. I am lactose intolerant but I take an enzyme and do just fine. I wonder also if there could have been some CC in the package. Sometimes certain bags of microwave popcorn with do the very same thing to me.
  7. That's a good idea. I have never madea call before about ingredients but I did find this one bewildering.
  8. As a reward for my students they receive a bit of candy if tasks are completed. One of the packs I bought at Christmas time was the mixed bag of miniatures. One the bag each bar's ingredients was listed. I didn't pay attention to the dark choco but did have the regualr milk choco and was fine. I...
  9. I hope this helps some of you. If you are in the detox these tips may not work but this is what I have tried and it does help. Make sure your vit levels are where they need to be. If your body is not receiving enough nutrients sleep will be difficult. Exercise of some sort during the day but...
  10. Wonderful! I'm glad it was a great experience for you. I'll have to look into the cards, we travel quite a bit and I think they would be well worth it. Thanks for the tip!
  11. Okay I splurged......I have to be REAl careful with tomatoes and basically avoid them but I so wanted some lasagne. It was WONDERFUL! Made it myself with Italian sauage and gluten free lasagne noodles. My daughter and husband both thought it was good too. Keeping my fingers crossed that I won't start...
  12. YAY!!!! It is always good to be able to go out and have a success!
  13. Yummy pork ribs fresh from the grill, baked potatos and a green salad!!
  14. The last couple posts pose some very interesting thoughts especially if gender and age make a difference. It seems, from what I have read of other posts here that there may be that connection.
  15. Very interestiong to know that your daughter's tests were showing normal B12 levels when infact they were being dumped, lucky find on that. I have seen several post in this forum where they were describing B12 deficiency symptoms and yet the poster said their tests were fine. I wonder if this is...