Peter OsbornePeter Osborne

That’s how I self diagnoses myself too. But I’m not 100% sure even though I maybe should be. 

What I need is a black and white answer on a piece of paper saying that I can’t eat it.

Now it’s fine most days, but then when the cravings come and I’m still not 100% sure I make up the excuse that I might not be sensitive (even though I have the symptoms). It’s pretty irritating to have a doctor’s blood test say you are not sensitive, really really love grains and then eliminate them in your diet and not have a valid enough reason. Not valid enough for me when the cravings hit… And also not valid enough for my family. If I get it on paper and a test says that I can not eat it it will be so much more easy to just not do it.

Makes sense?