Addy

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  1. Oh I haven’t had a food allergy test
  2. I’ve been tested for both and i have allergies, but nothing has ever made my face swell. My dr told me even though Celtic did not show up,I could still possibly have it that’s why he told me to go grain free
  3. I know my vitamins are gluten free and I am always eliminating things from my diet I know my vitamins are gluten free and I am always eliminating things from my diet
  4. I was just wanting to let everyone else that read these comments to know that it’s not ascorbic acid people should be taking. I monitor the comments very closely on here to ensure commenters aren’t leaving wrong info for others to follow. Good on you that you use a citrus free vitamin c :). I wish you continued success and health
  5. I never sent a post a year ago, I just found this website last night. I did get tested for an autoimmune disorder but it care back negative, but doctor told me my body was responding like a had the Celtic disease and he tested me for something else. I saw the sight mentioned that I may have this disorder, but it may show up negative. I got tested about 6 months ago. My face swelling and my sinuses are really bad too
  6. so glad I find this blog. I have been dealing with severe facial swelling and sinus pressure for 3 years. Every time I eat my face disfigures and it makes me look really old as well. I was told my sinuses r fine, but my facial swelling effects my sinuses. After reading this blog I decided to gluten free Monday. So it’s been 5 days. I don’t go to the gluten free section in stores, but i just stick to veggies, fruit and meat that are low in histamines. I have also started taking supplements: B6, vitamin C, Zinc, digestive enzymes and probiotics. I feel a difference since a started this process, but I do still experience swelling in my face every time I eat. Now my swelling is not as bad as it has been but it’s still happening. When it happens I recheck my diet, seasonings i put in my food and drinks. Can anyone give me any suggestions? How long did it take for your facial swelling go down?
  7. I am so glad I find this blog. I have been dealing with severe facial swelling and sinus pressure for 3 years. Every time I eat my face disfigures and it makes me look really old as well. I was told my sinuses r fine, but my facial swelling effects my sinuses. After reading this blog I decided to gluten free Monday. So it’s been 5 days. I don’t go to the gluten free section in stores, but i just stick to veggies, fruit and meat that are low in histamines. I have also started taking supplements: B6, vitamin C, Zinc, digestive enzymes and probiotics. I feel a difference since a started this process, but I do still experience swelling in my face every time I eat. Now my swelling is not as bad as it has been but it’s still happening. When it happens I recheck my diet, seasonings i put in my food and drinks. Can anyone give me any suggestions? How long did it take for your facial swelling go down?