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On Celiac Disease...please help

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  • Posted By: HelpinOhio
  • January 30, 2009
  • 05:55 PM

I know the treatment is to go Gluten Free, but I find that very hard. Im not actually sure if I have Celiac or not, but Im suspecting it. Im going to test it out and go gluten free for at least 2 weeks. I say this for this reason, I have stopped eating gluten for a few days before, and the longer I stay away from it, it seems the better I feel.

So I need some help. Can you give me some suggestions or a list of gluten free food I can get for 2 weeks? I would prefer it to be common, and cheap foods. Im not a picky eater either. So please I need a list of common foods that are gluten free that I could eat over a 2 week period.

I have made several other threads and you can search for them to see all of my symptoms. I have been tested for Celiac 2 times, and it came back negative. But Im suspicious of that because although I ate bread everyday for 2 weeks before the second test, I went 2+ months before that with trying to stay away from Gluten. So its possible that the test wasnt accurate, because I didnt eat much gluten for all that time.

So please, can you give me some suggestions or a list of common gluten-free foods that its safe to eat for the 2 week test? If I feel cured after 2 weeks, Ill go gluten free for good.

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  • Well, there are tons of websites you can google for this kind of info. Also visit your local library or bookstore where I am sure you can find good cookbooks on gluten free items. There is a good magazine called "Living Without" that you can get at a healthfood store. Also, please research a treatment called NAET which can actually reverse an allergy to gluten. www.naet.com Best wishesDOM
    acuann 3,080 Replies
    • January 30, 2009
    • 06:05 PM
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