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You may have Celiac, Crohns, Sjogrens or whatever we all need to learn how to eat differently and I am in hopes we can get things figured out altogether sometimes having one of these other diseases is possible to have celiac. Celiac disease is a genetic disorder affecting 1,133.000 persons in the United States, potentially 2 million people. For every person diagnosed with CD, approximately 80
people are undiagnosed. more info to come on other A I Disease
Apr 22, 2012
Mar 22, 2012
these comments are pretty old, so you may have already found a solution. many people with chronic illness and subsequent weight gain chose to try a elimination diet that focuses on meat and strictly veggies, no grains, starches (except sweet potato). They don't eat grain products, milk products, soy products,or anything which might be an allergen. some add the restrictions for yeast growth (no sugar, or anything that might even possibly produce mold like vinegar, mushrooms, alcohol, etc). There is a lot of info out there online concerning these diets. You will have to commit to the elimination diet for at least 2 weeks and then add only one new food every week while you monitor your body for reactions. The yeast diet needs to be done for a minimum of 6 weeks from what Ive read. you will begin to loose weight on these diets. they should reduce inflammation and reset your digestive system to a better state. you may be surprised to find that you have sensitivities to some food and other sensitivities that may be temporary. I hope you are getting the information you need. if not, let me know if I can help.
Feb 2, 2012
Dec 13, 2011