This is me, exactly! I thought, when I was diagnosed with celiac disease 4 yrs ago, that I would simply adhere to gluten-free diet and all would be well again. Not so. Mind, I'm 59 this year, so to be finally diagnosed was a relief but alas the permanent damage being peripheral neuropathy and now fibro myalgia leaves me with severe chronic pain. I've recently discovered that the gluten-free cereal I was having each morning, albeit with lactose free milk (yep, I'm lactose intolerant too), was the cause of bloating and pain. So I can totally relate to the report that other cereals may 'mimic' the symptoms of celiac disease, as it's the same awfully painful scenario as having ingested gluten. I follow a strict diet of portion size and find the Fodmap diet very helpful. I'm actually a constipated coeliac, so the SR Tramadol and the FR Tramadol for break through pain or severe flare ups, causes mayhem with my constipation . My energy levels are never really higher than a four, at best, but I'm finally out of bed after 3 years, so that's a positive. Thanks for sharing your report, it helps me to not keep thinking I'm going crazy with all the food confusion.
Cheers, Julie Mackay, Aust.