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BamaGirl June 2nd, 2014 12:36am

Have you, a family member, or close friend been diagnosed with gluten intolerance or sensitivity?

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comppete Las Vegas
06/02/14 10:19 pm

I have a couple of friends who believe they are gluten intolerant and are eating as they are.

curtron basement of the Alamo
06/02/14 10:03 pm

If you're not diagnosed celiac it's all in your head.

deathvalley Chicago native
06/01/14 8:55 pm

I get these itchy hives all over my stomach but I could never give up my white bread and peanut butter sandwiches!!!!

I just take the caprily care supplement!!

KAnne Atlantic City, NJ
06/01/14 7:52 pm

I know some people with Celiac and I have been advised to avoid gluten. (I am about 75% gluten free at home.)

BamaGirl ROLL TIDE from Texas
06/01/14 5:53 pm

My dad & I have NCGS (non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity).

BamaGirl ROLL TIDE from Texas
06/01/14 5:52 pm

Since I did not make it clear, this does include those diagnosed via an elimination diet & personal observation. It has to until the testing becomes more accurate. :)

BamaGirl ROLL TIDE from Texas
06/01/14 5:51 pm

Diagnosed via an elimination diet & personal observation? If so, I say that counts. :)

susanr Colorado
06/01/14 5:57 pm

I don't. People self diagnose with a lot of stuff & can be quite wrong. Often making substantial diet changes of almost any kind helps a person feel better or be more healthy - it doesn't necessarily mean that their "diagnosis" was correct. There

susanr Colorado
06/01/14 5:58 pm

can be a number of reasons, psychological as well as nutritional or medical.

BamaGirl ROLL TIDE from Texas
06/01/14 6:06 pm

Yes, but most of the experts admit that the gluten sensitivity tests are not all that accurate. Which is why most of them recommend that if you are having the symptoms that you try an elimination diet. You eliminate the reactive foods & then after

BamaGirl ROLL TIDE from Texas
06/01/14 6:07 pm

a period of time, usually a month or two, then you add back those foods & see if your body tolerates them.