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  1. Ms is rare (I am going from my google search) at about 300 per 100,000. Of those about 11% also have celiac. So the rate of people with MS and Celiac is about 30 per 100,000. I don't think you have mentioned having any symptoms at all so far besides the celiac diagnosis. Likely how it works...
  2. If you don't already have other immune disease, you are unlikely to develop them now. The treatment for Celiac disease is a strict gluten free diet, avoiding all cross contamination. Untreated celiac disease leads to other autoimmune disorders. Treated Celiac disease does not lead to other autoimmune...
  3. There isn't anything that is known to fix or reduce Celiac disease symptoms. There are a few things out such as digestive enzymes and glutamine may be useful for accidental minor cross contamination. The problem is people with celiac disease are sensitive to extremely small amounts of gluten (like...
  4. It is possible to have a delayed allergic response to wheat: As wheat is broken down in the digestive tract it can cause an allergic response. I haven't heard about delayed face or lip swelling after eating wheat. That sounds less likely to me but I don't know. What I read about was that some people...
  5. Here is a bump for the thread and another link on theanine. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/342046763_Ameliorative_effects_of_L-theanine_on_dextran_sulfate_sodium_induced_colitis_in_C57BL6J_mice_are_associated_with_the_inhibition_of_inflammatory_responses_and_attenuation_of_intestinal...
  6. You are very likely to get cross contaminated at restaurants. I think this is a major reason why some people still have problems on a gluten free diet. Another thing you could try is just eating fruits vegetables and meat for a while. The aip diet is also very effective for treating IBS symptoms...
  7. You can also post a list of the things that you commonly eat or have a questions about. The people in the forum have lots of experience shopping and researching which things have gluten which are gluten free and which are likely to be cross contaminated. We can tell off hand if something contains...
  8. Hum, I don't know. Maybe try taking magnesium (epson salt, or as a supplement) by mouth and see if the same thing happens? Or, yeah you could just eat foods with magnesium in it.
  9. What brand corn flakes did you use? Was it labelled "gluten free"? Some corn flakes have malted barely which is not gluten free. Oats are also a very problematic ingredient (in that some people react to all oats) and they are very likely to be cross contaminated, unless they have a gluten free...
  10. Are you sure you aren't getting cross contaminated? Are you eating out at restaurants? I would eat just fruit and vegetables and meat for a while to see if that helps, or if you have other food sensitivities. I wouldn't expect trans-dermal magnesium to cause any problems at this point. If you...
  11. Rice corn and other such grains (excluding wheat, rye, barely and possibly oats) are safe to eat if someone is Celiac. A lot of foods contain prolamines (they are seed storage proteins) but they are still thought to be safe if you are celiac.
  12. I don't see any risk with using the same microwave so long as you use a plate and a cover.
  13. Some people with Celiac disease might have difficulty absorbing the proper vitamins. B12, for example, requires a number of steps in order for it to be absorbed correctly. With b12, a higher dosage will mean that some gets absorbed anyway. I would magnesium, zinc and extra b vitamins. Here...
  14. Theanine as a mast cell stabilizer: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21344174 Mast cell activation and IBS: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6009183/ Histamine and the fodmap diet: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26976734/#:~:text=Conclusions%3A IBS symptoms are...