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  1. Celiac.com 10/31/2018 - It’s official. Twitter official. Kourtney Kardashian has made peace with wheat and dairy, and called off her highly touted gluten-free, dairy-free diet. After several years of avoiding them like the plague, the celebrity is now on good terms with both gluten and dairy and is ready to accept them back into her diet. In a new post on her website, the ever busy Kardashian says she’s relaxing a bit, and allowing for dietary deviation and occasional indulgences "in moderation." Kardashian and gluten are not exactly new besties. For now, Kardashian says, she plans to remain gluten-free and dairy-free at home, but more flexible when traveling and dining out. "Lately, I've been less strict about avoiding gluten and dairy…Everything in my pantry is still free of dairy and gluten, so when I'm at home, it's still how I eat," she writes. "But when I go out, or have a craving, I'll have whatever I want. I try to do everything in moderation in my usual routine." In addition Kardashian noted recently on her website that, in addition to a few choice supplements, she usually starts her day with “one tablespoon of organic apple cider vinegar mixed into a glass of water." Can’t get enough? Follow Kourtney Kardashian on Twitter: @kourtneykardash
  2. I have very slowly come to the conclusion that I have a problem with casein. This is despite being years into the gluten free life and having mostly avoided dairy for a long time. I say mostly because although I would never have had milk in a coffee or with cereal etc. I didn't worry too much if milk was listed in the ingredients of some gluten free processed treat or deny myself the odd milk chocolate if there was one handy. After all my reasoning would go, I deserve it for eschewing all the nice gluten things... I also hadn't given milk too much thought. I think I just thought I was probably lactose intolerant like my father. However although last time I had a fair amount of milk I got the lactose intolerance stomach signs I also got spots on my chest and back a couple of days later. I think, don't know, but think, my issues with dairy may extend to the casein protein rather than just the lactose. Well I've now had enough of my skin issues which I think are strongly linked to milk so I'm now on a new quest to try and remove dairy completely and finding it a little bit of a struggle. I hadn't realised how many of the nice gluten-free foods also contain milk. So I wondered how strict I have to be where casein is concerned. If you have an issue with it and avoid it, do you have to treat it in the same way you would gluten? Is a tiny amount in processed food enough for you to react? Should I get rid of any biscuits etc I have in which have milk listed as an ingredient? Does it matter if the ingredient is butter which I understand to have much lower casein content? What's the deal with casein?
  3. Hi all, I have a vegan and gluten-free cheese sauce recipe that's absolutely amazing. One of the ingredients is 1 cup of soy milk powder. Normally this wouldn't be a problem but recently I've noticed a correlation with me ingesting soy and me breaking out in acne, rosacea, and additional GI issues whenever I have soy similar to how gluten affects me. I'm experimenting right now with being soy-free also, so now my vegan gluten-free cheese sauce has to be vegan gluten-free and soy-free. Soy-free is new to me... anyone have any recommendations or advice on soy milk powder alternatives? Thanks all
  4. I've had a range of symptoms in the last 2 months and in the past few weeks I have discovered that my TTG abs (igA) levels were 41 (my igA tests were fine). The doctor said that he is pretty much certain that it is celiac disease and I am awaiting an endoscopy to confirm it. Before I found out that my TTG abs (igA) levels were high, I noticed that my body was reacting really badly to dairy products. I went on an elimination diet and stopped all gluten and dairy products and felt much better. I carried this on after my results and thought that I must have developed a dairy intolerance due to my celiac. 2 days ago I accidentally consumed a glass of wine which I thought was dairy free but it contained Milk. I have not had any gluten. I am currently in the middle of a flare up. All of a sudden rashes have started to appear on my hands and my anxiety has returned (usually not a anxious person). No diarhhoea, vomiting or digestive issues. I am currently suffering from muscle twitching, rashes predominantly on hands and feet, brain fog, pins and needles/numbness on hands, feet and arms. However, I have been tested for milk allergy and this came back negative. Is it possible that it is dairy that is causing my symptoms/autoimmune reaction and could this be a reason for elevetated TTG abs (igA) levels. Or has the doctor only picked up my celiac and missing something else. If it was dairy intolerance then I would have digestive issues but I don't seem to have any. Could it be the casein protein? Anyone been in a similar situation or can anyone provide some insight?
  5. Hi there...I've been gluten free since my biopsy so about 10 months...still having random neckrash and hives on my eyelids and recently was tested for food allergies. The IgE results were all negative but the IgG came back positive for casein, wheat, corn, beef, apples, banana's, potatoes and tomatoes. It only tested 10 different things (ok for chicken and soy)...I've been trying to find information on this while waiting to see a nutritionist but my dr just said for now stay away from the highest offenders...the levels were supposed to be under 2.0 and corn was 11, bananas 9, beef 7.4, casein 5.5 etc..while tomatoes were 2.5 and potatoes were 2.0 which they marked as high... I was told at my endoscopy 10 months ago that I had a lot of visual inflammation of the esophagus, stomach and intestines and the results were celiac disease gerd and inflammation of stomach.... Many places I read that if you had low positives to ignore those and I'm thinking no I should notice all positives....?? and I can't find any reference to what is considered "low positive"...is the 11 a low positive that I had for the corn or is it like a WHOA off the charts....I can't even find a reference for it...Any insight anyone???
  6. FORGIVE ME IF THIS POST IS IN THE WRONG AREA, PLEASE PLACE IT IN THE RIGHT ONE IF THAT IS POSSIBLE OR TELL ME WHICH ONE IT BELONGS IN. I have had an intolerance to milk for a long time. I can handle cheese (in moderate quantities) but milk seems to bother me. I tried more organic milk in the glass bottles at my local grocery store but it still bothered me. (Whole milk doesn't bother me as bad, which is weird.) I then was told, that drinking RAW MILK from a dairy farm would be my best option. I tried it for a couple of weeks and unfortunately I am still having slight issues. My symptoms are: tummy aches, gas & bloating. I had recently heard that cows who are fed grass instead of grains, don't bother people who cannot handle wheat and regular milk. Is this true?. Are there any articles out there pointing to this being a fact?. I tried the raw milk when the cows were eating their grains (for the winter). Should I consider avoiding the milk in the winter months (go on a calcium supplement) & then try the raw milk again when they start feeding their cows grass again in the spring and summer?. I'm just wondering if the grains can somehow be excreted into the milk and be what is bothering me?. Does anyone know?. Thank you for your replies in advance.
  7. I have been quite ill for a long time and after 4 months gluten free, I decided to pay for a detailed food intolerance test that is available here in the UK as I realised there was something else going on which I thought would be lactose. My results came back yesterday and they are BAD. I'm trying to be positive by doing some research and meal planning but I wondered if anyone else could help with some ideas ! I am intolerant to the following (these foods are just the ones on my MUST avoid list!) Beef Cow's milk Gluten Wheat Lamb Yeast Eggs Almond Soya Coconut Garlic Tuna Haricot beans Kidney beans Chickpeas Lentils I am mostly flummoxed by what I could have for breakfast now as conventional foods and their substitutes seem to be off the table. Also, are there any possible dairy substitutes ? Almond, soya and oat milk are a no go as a replacement for cow's milk and it has been made clear that lacto-free milk is not an option because I react to the milk protein not lactose. I will be having a consultation with a nutritionist too but it seems just as important to ask people who are living with similar. Any help or advice would be so appreciated !
  8. I wondering if anyone knows if the supplement "Celiact" - celiac with a t on the end - contains trace amounts of milk (casein and/or lactose) in it? I am having trouble finding the answer by going to stores that sell the product. Some reviews by customers reference that it does have trace amounts of milk in it. The supplement works miracles for me but I am casein intolerant. I can handle trace amounts of casein in butter. However, my mother may not, and I don't want her taking this supplement if it has milk bi-products in it.
  9. I get ill from eating gluten, milk and soy. I was tested for celiac disease and have no antibodies in my body suggesting I have that. Also I have been tested for milk intolerance and was ill at the time of testing, but no intolerance was found. My guts were tested with a camera and nothing was found there except a small part directly after my stomach was irritated because of a hiatus hernia. I don't have a bacteria in my stomach causing problems. I was tested for vitamin B12 shortage but I seem to have enough in my body for a healthy person who isn't on a diet. I do need to be on a gluten, milk and soy free diet and have vitamin B12 shot once a while. My guess would be that my body doesn't react to the allergens found in gluten, milk and soy but somewhere further in digesting it goes wrong. I also get ill when I consume Fantomalt from Nutricia which is a energy supplement for people who need more energy than a regular person does. I don't react bad to regular sugar or dextrose from grapes. Does anyone know what could cause the problem?
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