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Celiac and Diabetes

Well, since Celiac Disease (Gluten Allergy) is such a prevelant disease with diabetes, I figured we needed to have a group for it. Let this be a group for questions and suggestions.

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Another Gluten Free site

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My daughter

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Type 1, Hashimotos, and now Celiac -

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Comment by Charlie on March 9, 2012 at 4:37pm

Comment by Charlie on March 9, 2012 at 4:35pm

They just made a g/f section in our CAFB,SC commissary. They already had a different section with all of Bob's Red Mill products + bread, rolls, Van's Waffles, g/f pasta and many other items. I am always surprised that the bases carry all these g/f item. The manager once told me that most of these items are organic? I know the Enviro-Kids g/f cereals are.
Kids cereals are.

Comment by Sheila Fitz on March 9, 2012 at 4:18pm

Since Celiac causes malabsorption from the flattened villi that lingers for a long time after complete compliance, I would think that the attending obstetrician should be aware of the Celiac dx and monitor the pregnant woman to make sure that her chemistries are ok more often than usual. In other words, if you are a celiac with flattened villi, you won't absorb the prenatal vitamin like someone who doesn't have Celiac.

Comment by Mel B. on March 9, 2012 at 2:29pm

Does Celiac affect pregnancy? Anyone know?

Comment by Charlie on March 5, 2012 at 4:12pm

This my first post to this group, First it was juvenile diabetes in 71 then DH in 92 then CD in 96 so I was on a whole wheat regimen all this time till we saw an article in Diabetes Forecast *Wheat is Your Problem* by Jean Guest. I went on a g/f diet immediately. I am not sensitive to anything now.

Comment by Trudy on November 16, 2011 at 9:06am

Welcome back, Aunt Jayne. Good to hear that you are normal again after the heart attack. Eating anywhere at all other than home is really difficult for me too, since I have Celiac and an intolerance to corn, soy and some tree nuts. Probiotics are a major help to me.

Comment by JL on November 5, 2011 at 9:37pm
Just joined tudiabetes, have lived with D for 30 years and celiac for 6. I'll be checking out your blogs and comments for recipes and tips. Glad to have found you.
Comment by Liz on October 10, 2011 at 1:44pm
Does anyone else also have problems with casein?
Comment by Trudy on October 5, 2011 at 7:05pm
Hi Annabella. Your reply hadn't showed up yet on this page when I commented; guess we have the ideas on the subject! I have in fact found that the longer I have Celiac, the less gluten it takes to upset my digestion.
Comment by Trudy on October 5, 2011 at 7:00pm
Hi Jody. Well, if it's Celiac, you probably know you have to be off the glutens in wheat, barley, rye and, to be safe, oats. Cold turkey is the only way your gut will be able to heal, so that you will feel better. Not easy I know, but concentrate on eating the protein foods, fruits and vegetables. There are gluten free baked goods and cereals in most supermarkets now, certainly health food stores, so it won't feel quite so cold-turkey-like. If it's Celiac, you will feel enormously better, really, and it will all be worth the troubl.! Best wishes.
 

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