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  1. Is anyone really 100% gluten free? I read that your small intestine feels no different if you eat a few bread crumbs or the whole sandwich. I have no pain eating any gluten. I was anemic so my doctor ordered a endoscopy which revealed Celiac disease. Even the die-hards risk cross contamination...
  2. I feel nothing either when I eat gluten. I do have diagnosed celiac disease and try very hard not to eat wheat, but do taste occasionally. Does 99% good count?
  3. I have Hashimoto's Thyroiditis and have been tested positive for Celiac Disease (Silent). I had anemia, but it has been resolved with iron tablets. I have no symptoms. It is very difficult for me to want to be gluten free.
  4. I had a positive blood test and biopsy for Celiac disease. I have no symptoms except anemia which has been treated successfully with iron tablets. I have a hard time wanting to do gluten free eating.
  5. I have silent Celiac disease. My small intestine biopsy was positive as well as all my blood tests. I had no symptoms except anemia which has been treated with iron supplements and now is normal. I would like to hear from others who have no pain. This makes it very difficult to be gluten free...
  6. I'd like to hear from those who don't feel bad when they eat gluten. I have had a positive biopsy and blood test for Celiac Sprue. My only symptom was anemia for which I now take iron. I find it very difficult to follow a gluten free diet. I am a senior citizen and think about the quality of...
  7. I had a positive biopsy for Celiac Sprue. The blood test revealed it as well. My only symptom is anemia. Not sure I want to go gluten free at 68 years old. Is cancer really a big risk?