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  1. Yeah I've wondered a bit if I'm not getting all the other B vitamins from food alone and if they'd do me well. Magnesium content in the keto vitals isn't a lot. I try to get some more through food but I doubt it's optimal. I might have to look into that stuff. Interesting about the meats. Unfortunately...
  2. Thanks for all the input guys. Yeah I've had the vit/min panels and all that done and it was all normal. Regardless I've been supplementing with 1,000mcg sublingual B12 daily, 5,000iu sublingual D3 every few days, and since going keto, "ketovitals" which gives me some magnesium, potassium, sodium...
  3. So, it's been 6 months gluten free, grain free, dairy free... Pretty much everything free, and progress has been pretty minimal. I will say that I definitely feel better than I did when I started, but I'm still nearly completely non-functional. I still feel like I'm not in reality, still can't focus...
  4. Hm... What are you eating on the weekends? If you eat less of the trail mix and peanuts and whatnot, it could have something to do with the amount of fiber you're getting during the week, or even something else in there somewhere your body just doesn't seem to like right now. I know it's why I can...
  5. Someday I'll hopefully be able to have pizza. Right now I'm avoiding all grains, dairy, and nightshades, so pizza of any sort isn't an option. I'm gonna wait until I feel pretty normal again before I start experimenting. Mom tells me gluten free pizza is more like "trying to be pizza". Having...
  6. Strangely enough, I never have a reaction walking by the bakery at the grocery store, even with the knowledge that they're using flour, and I'm forced to walk by it every time I go. It's right in front of the store. I don't react walking through the bread or flour isles either like I've read some...
  7. So, new weird thing. I went into the kitchen, and my mom had a small pot of pasta cooking. Obviously I could smell it, and I started unconsciously holding my breath a bit, but otherwise didn't think much of it. I was in the kitchen for no more than 2 minutes. By the time I left the area, my heart...
  8. Fascinating. I can't say I'm surprised. Too bad the researchers didn't release the names of the companies, probably for legal reasons. There should be class action lawsuits flying against these corporate scumbags, especially since so many people with celiac take their supplements with the idea that...
  9. I just want to send out a little alert for a select few people thinking about going on probiotics. The last couple of weeks I had been feeling like I was finally making some progress. I had a little more energy, my brain fog was a bit less thick, I wasn't having as many panic attacks, etc.....
  10. Haha maybe. Between the cars, the heavy metal you mentioned, and that in Texas you're not limited to 5 round bolt action rifles and pump shotguns. I do love it here in NY but it kinda sucks for that. I'll quit now before I derail the topic.
  11. Here's a list of things that might cause a false positive biopsy for celiac that aren't celiac. http://www.cureceliacdisease.org/faq/what-else-can-cause-damage-to-the-small-intestine-other-than-celiac-disease/ INCOMING RANT, but I hope it'll help in a way, if for no other reason than to...
  12. A quick google search tells me I'd have to be taking 40,000 - 50,000 IU a day for at least a couple months for that to happen. Between my multivitamin and sublingual D3 I'm getting about 5,500 IU a day and I don't get it from anywhere else, like the sun, since I can barely go outside. I've only added...
  13. Thank you all for replying. It's good to know that it's not just me. It gives me (and hopefully the other noobs) some comfort to know that it's normal for the ups and downs to happen. I keep trying to tell myself to be patient with it but it's so hard to be able to look down the road further than...
  14. Alright, so I'm 3 months into being gluten free, And in terms of how I feel, the "best fit" line on the graph would be a very slow incline, which is good, but day to day, I would mark as all over the place. I don't understand. I pretty much do the same things every day, and eat the same things...
  15. The only reason I'm grain free is because they're all apparently to some extent inflammatory. The same goes for dairy. I remember feeling a little weirder right after eating some brown rice, but it was only a couple days after going gluten free so it might've been nothing, but I'm trying to avoid...