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  1. No I think for a positive test you need to be eating gluten for a certain period of time otherwise the test can produce erronous results. 1 If you have been on a gluten free diet the test can produce a false negative 2 After a period of time of being gluten free your gut can...
  2. http://www.takepart.com/article/2014/08/11/coffee-adulterated https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/how-was-your-morning-coffee-did-it-taste-like-mud-v6rfdmrrr92 http://grist.org/food/coffee-taste-like-dirt-thats-because-it-might-be/ " Using liquid chromatography, which identifies the...
  3. Thing is, they don't fess up to it. So you will never really know if your coffee is actually gluten free.
  4. To the OP You are aware that there have been recent reports of certain coffee manufacturers filling out their coffee with such things as wheat, barley, twigs, mud etc in order to make it stretch futher, especially during times of low crop yield. Some coffee's have been tested and...
  5. To be intolerant of so many different foods? Gluten (I.e wheat, barley, rye). In regards to this I have a family history of Celiac disease (brother and mother) and apparently had to have gluten free baby food when I was a baby because I could not tolerate the gluten based formulas/foods. I am...
  6. Personally, when it comes to alcohol, it depends on the type i have consumed. Wine: gives me a migraine due to salycic acid content Lager: gives me gut rot Vodka (triple distilled) is find as long as I dont mix it with anything nasty like sugar or aspartame laced beverages (I usually...
  7. I can eat a gluten based diet for a short period of time but it's not too long before things get worse again and i start to show symptoms. My answer to your question is that celiac is an autoimmune disease that causes gradual damage to the digestive tract, not an allergy like response that is instant...