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  1. Hello Everyone, Thank you for all of the invaluable information. It has helped my friend tremendously. I have another question. Their condition has constituted a living arrangement unlike one that I am used too and I am wondering if this is normal or not. He/She works at home and does...
  2. All of you, thank you very much for this information thus far. However, I did learn something today. I did not know this but this person was only 99.99% Gluten Free. He/She occasionally in rare circumstances would allow themselves to eat for example soy sauce from a restaurant that contained wheat...
  3. Hello, This post is on the behalf of someone else that I know. This person has experienced Level (100) pain almost to where they will pass out. Happens around 2:00 A.M. in the morning. They say that it is like a bowl movement trying to pass through their system and once it passes they feel relief...
  4. WoW. Troll? I think not. You are just trying to provoke me to get me banned. If that's how you guys feel then just ban me. Some support you are anyhow. You can clearly see my results and what have I have gone through. I have REAL proof that I have gone through all of this, with my Dad and...
  5. Like I have said in all of my previous posts. I am not a medical doctor. I am probably wrong. Yes my Dad never received a Biopsy so we can not know for absolute certainty. This is purely my opinion. I may be in denial. There are probably a hundred of other things I...
  6. See this is where all of you are missing the point. Since you say smoking and cancer is just a great analogy well here you go. This is the exact point that I have been making all along. Please see article and link below. SMOKING - Alone can ... It may also turn the immune system against...
  7. Yes I agree that NCGS or Celiac does present major issues. One of my articles above mention that "slient Celiac" or NCGS is actually worse than Celiac because it can be left UN-daignosed leaving the person exposed. I personally kind of feel like I am in this category. My body has been fighting something...
  8. This helps tremendously, thank you for your time. I believe I fall into the category of NCGS, but I will not know that for sure until I get a Biopsy, however, I will never know because I am not doing that unless my circumstances change. I am curious, are you personally eliminating gluten...
  9. I did want to thank you and everyone else. I really appreciate it. I can be a little stubborn. I am sure you and everyone else is right and I am wrong. However, right at this moment our agreeing to disagree actually doesn't matter because I am going on a 100% gluten free strict diet for a few years...
  10. I have been reading the official stuff as well. Thank you for making sure. However, I wanted a layman's interpretation, general idea of how to think about it. I believe that blogger broke it down nicely. Yes I have good access to doctors in a large city, and have great insurance because I am...
  11. Thank you, my point is that usually more symptoms, or other levels are evident if Celiac is Present. I believe what is debate here is that some people have Gluten Intolerance that could or could not turn into Celiac in the future. I believe most people on this forum just want to play it safe...
  12. Also ... For whoever else might be wondering ... http://kitchenlib.com/celiac/celiac-testing-myth4-doctor-knows-best/ Total IgA (Immunoglobulin Antibody) Some people have low total IgA. If you are deficient in Total IgA, the other tests involving IgA are invalidated. tTG IgA (Anti...
  13. Also ... For whoever else might be wondering ... http://kitchenlib.com/celiac/celiac-testing-myth4-doctor-knows-best/ Total IgA (Immunoglobulin Antibody) Some people have low total IgA. If you are deficient in Total IgA, the other tests involving IgA are invalidated. tTG IgA (Anti...
  14. Check this article out: https://consults.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/01/12/confirming-a-diagnosis-of-celiac-disease/?_r=0 Gliadin Tests for Celiac Disease The first antibodies to gliadin that were used for celiac disease testing are called antigliadin, or AG, antibodies, which are available...
  15. Check this article out: https://consults.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/01/12/confirming-a-diagnosis-of-celiac-disease/?_r=0 Gliadin Tests for Celiac Disease The first antibodies to gliadin that were used for celiac disease testing are called antigliadin, or AG, antibodies, which are available...