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  1. Hi! Yes, we've all been there-- sad, angry--- I remember having a meltdown in a Whole Foods parking lot, thinking I would Never be able to enjoy a meal again. Since you have reached the magic age of 50+, you might be due for a Colonoscopy/--- and in the 'pre' appointment, you should discuss...
  2. Hi! Melatonin is Not recommended for someone with an autoimmune disease. If you mean your ANA level is higher than it was years ago---- that is actually 'normal' for many of us. It simply is an indication that you have an Autoimmune disease. You should watch yourself however, to see that you...
  3. Hello and sorry to hear about your troubles! Have you tried Grits? There is a single serving instant variety out there. Also I love Rice crackers or rice cakes with fruit spread. perhaps getting with a Registered Dietician would be helpful?
  4. Hi! I know I'll never forget the day I was told after an endo- and colonoscopy that I indeed had celiac disease. I immediately went to a Trader Joe's grocery store and bought some gluten-free things to eat. about a month later I had a Total meltdown in my car outside a grocery store---feeling...
  5. Good day! Your post made me smile! I remember my last gluten including meals before the endoscopy that changed my life!! An everything bagel for breakfast and a gyro platter for lunch that included pita! That was 10 years ago!! gluten-free food has come a long way since then!! and I have...
  6. Hi! Since Celiac Disease is an autoimmune disorder it makes sense that your ANA is positive. I think that your number is actually fairly low, but it can change over time. Please remember that a positive ANA is not a diagnosis nor an indicator of AI disorders to come--- it is simply part of your...