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  1. mom2boyz

    Nerve pain in feet

    I would wait it out, gluten affects many of my family members. Celiac or not they have multiple autoimmune issues which are only exacerbated by eating gluten. I notice, for me anyway, stress plays a role. I found out my poor pooch...
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    Calorie intake needs help

    I'd go with coconut milk/cream. A vegan friend recommended it to me as replacement coffee creamer. You can have that delivered, it packs a lot of calories, and has a lot of natural vitamins. I put it in coffee/tea, make yogurt with it...
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    Wahls Protocol anyone?

    Did it work? Any tips? I started the Wahls protocol this week, after reading the book. Not too encouraged, adding another 4-5 cups of veggies to my diet has not gone over well with my tummy...
  4. My nearly daily diarrhea went away after stopping gluten, but it took me a couple of weeks after stopping gluten to realize my horrible gas pains and mushy stools were from lactose (milk)... it was funny because I'm not much of a milk drinker...
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    Giardia

    No well water. It could be the city water, but I've come to the conclusion that it's a combination of my impaired gut, stress (highly emotion teen in our house left me without sleep last week), plus I was sick with a cold about a week...
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    Giardia

    Yes, the first time the doc checked, no for the second, the second I just recognized the symptoms (yellow feces with floating fat on top of the water) and started adding turmeric to my food and taking the oregano oil. I'd be all about taking...
  7. I wasn't sure where to post this. Since going gluten free, I've contracted Giardia twice, 3 months apart. Is this common? Does it go away after a time? How did you make it go away? So far I've managed to avoid antibiotics, because...
  8. I'm a nurse, and I pretty much diagnosed myself, I'm not going to test for many reasons. First because I'm cheap, and I plan on having a nice retirement instead of spending a ton of money on multiple blood tests and endoscopies all so they...
  9. I'm afraid to eat anything that might make me sick, and I'm trying to pinpoint a reaction I had this past weekend and a day last week. I figured it's either the processed meat from Spouts, but my son (who I suspect is more sensitive than...
  10. I've had dental enamel issues since childhood, my back molars came in with cavities already in them, and most of the rest of my teeth have enamel and sensitivity issues that have gotten progressively worse. I found that brushing very well...
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    THINK I'm celiac

    I'm a new to gluten free also, it helps that my husband was already grain free, so we didn't have much of an adjustment other than no cookies or dining out for me anymore. You're going to have to change the way you eat. Look up the no...
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    A little help

    I'd say it's food poisoning, but there were 5 other people eating it with me. I'd say it was definitely gluten, but my son is also gluten sensitive, and he had no issues. Maybe it's just the processed food issue. I eat small amounts of...
  13. I have been blissfully diarrhea free for 2 months and I'm not sure if I'm being glutened or not. I'm suspecting Sprouts meat department cross contamination, I emailed them suspecting their sausage a few days ago and they told me unapologetically...
  14. That is a good point, I think I'll talk to his doctor about it. I really find the whole diagnosis process very unacceptable. I get that diagnosis is hard to get, but it's not very accurate, and it's potentially damaging.
  15. I'm pretty sure I have celiac, and I've probably had it since I was a teenager. We're a Swedish family. I believe my aunt also has it (she's a head shorter than her siblings and has always had a hard time keeping food down), and my son...
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