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8 Responses

  1. Hello and thank you everyone,

    Thank you for the first site I’ve seen that actually states there is a distinct difference between Celiac and Gluten Intolerance.

  2. I will be glad for a place that deals with gluten sensitive. My 21 year old was diagnosed back in October and has been hospitalized several times due to going off the diet and not taking the digestive enzymes when he did. Now they want him gluten free for at least 6 mos. before trying again with the enzymes. And then only occasionally. He gets winded if he trys to play ball and if he continues a little nausea sets in. I told him I thought it was because he was getting used to the diet and the weight loss from it. How long does it usually take to regain energy, some weight and strength?

    Thank you
    Paula Ortner

  3. For many years I was told I had GERD. Had many endoscopy’s to rule out why I was having such bad heart burn. One doctor told me I had patches on my chest that where larger then normal and he zapped them away. The heart burn didn’t go away. I kept feeling nausea and finally my last endoscopy was done by a different doctor. She thought of going deeper down to see what it looked like down there and tested for celiac Disease but that wasn’t what I had. I tried a gluten free diet and my symptoms went away almost instantly. Once in a while I do get nausea but that’s due to eating out and not being as careful as I should be. I encourage you try a gluten free diet for 2 months and see how your symptoms are. If you have none of your symptoms from before I would stick with it. Going gluten free was one of the best things I have ever done for my body.

  4. I have been fighting acid reflux for years, taking antacids 2 to3 times a day. I went gluttenfree and on the first day I went completely gluttenfree my acid reflux completely stopped. I am over a week now and no medication and no acid reflux. I also found eating Red Delicious Apples really helps which was recommended to me.
    I don’t understand why my doctor never recommended this to me a long time ago. She just told me to take antacids.

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