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  1. Anna1990, The previous posters gave some informative posts. There is a strong link between digestive problems and anxiety. There has been some research on anxiety and diet but there isn't one diet that everyone agrees upon. On this...
  2. Bread I think is cooked at a higher temperature, and it may be (more?) digested by yeast than pasta. Maybe this makes the immune system less sensitive to it?
  3. So I stumbled across green light therapy and am wondering if anyone has tried it for pain relief. They put rats inside container which had green light around the edges and compared the pain tolerance before and after the treatment....
  4. ch88

    Nerve pain in feet

    A lot of people on this forum have other food sensitivities besides just gluten. These can be difficult to figure out because it may take nailing the right food combination on the head in order to feel better. Some also do not feel better...
  5. Posterboy, (or anyone else who might still be reading this thread.) A modern american diet is very high in protein from meat, fat and sugar. All of these things are acid producing. Probably most Americans are very far on the acid side...
  6. Posterboy, I read the links you posted and some of your other posts on the subject. That is interesting and I agree that stomach acid levels probably play a large role is food sensitivities and celiac disease. Apple cider vinger will...
  7. Monica, Wheat allergies are also common. An allergic reaction produces histamine which can cause breathing problems in some cases but probably not all. Nausea and sweating are in some cases symptoms of a food allergy. Unflavored...
  8. Lectins are proteins that every plant makes. Gluten is a storage protein. It's a long chain of amino acids that are strung together and then collapsed in a ball. This long string gets broken up into fragments at certain points. Certain sequences...
  9. Celiac disease can cause other autoimmune disorders and health problems. Often the symptoms will improve or go away when someone removes gluten from their diet. People don't necessary know why this happens but there may be a number of different...
  10. Also lots of people on this forum have other food sensitivities. An elimination diet could be helpful but would require time for the stomach to adjust. That way you could tell better if a particular food is problematic.
  11. Normally it does not take more than 2 months for somebodies digestive symptoms to go away on a 100% gluten free diet. It may not be Celiac related or you may be getting cross contaminated. I am not a doctor so none of this is medical...
  12. The high TTG test is concerning. Since one of the tests was negative my guess is that there is still some cross contamination happening. Here is a link for more information: https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/menieres...
  13. ch88

    Vertigo spells lately

    Gland you are feeling better. I don't know if this is relevant or not but an abnormal immune response and allergies are listed as a cause of Meniere's disease on the mayoclinic website. https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions...
  14. I don't know much about Gerd in particular. I know for h pryori I have found information online that L-glutamine and apple cider vinegar could help. Also avoiding alchohol, to rich foods and eating lots of colored vegetables. Some...
  15. Avoiding cross contamination can be very difficult. I get digestive problems and anxiety if I eat Gluten. For smaller amounts it can be harder to tell. One way is to get tested again to see if your antibody levels have gone down.
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