I think I was verging on celiac before going Paleo. It didn't give me the runs like it does most celiac people but it upset my stomach and made me pretty severely constipated. Every so often I eat a couple small crackers or a bite of cookie just... (more)
Hi all I was wondering if there is anything that can be done to help reverse accidental gluten exposure? I work in a restaurant and am usually pretty good about asking how my dinners are prepared but last night I ordered something and... (more)
I've been paleo going on a month and I've found that, no matter what, once a week I have a cheat meal. Not on purpose, it just works out that way. Anyway, I was wondering what kind of an effect these cheats could have? They're usually all out... (more)
Since going Paleo, my digestion has been working rock solid and I've been feeling good. For the first time since the new diet, I had dinner with my parents 2 nights ago and they ordered take out. I only had a salad with a steak / marsala sauce... (more)
It can take up to three days to see reactions to allergen foods.
This may be a really dumb question but a co-worker got REALLY upset with me when I told her about how I ate a little gluten last night and became incredibly ill. She told me that I had chosen to make my self gluten intolerant by choosing this life... (more)
and feel dreadful. Must have been some sort of cross contamination as my boyfriend still eats gluten :( I am a celiac , so obviously this will take me back a lot. I am after some advice how i can help my poor intestines, they feel so bloated and... (more)
Only time really helps. All things that help with inflammation. Fish oi, the bone broth, probiotics. It takes about 6 months for gluten to completely leave your system.
Cupcakes were offered at work the other day and I couldn't resist. It doesn't happen all that often, fortunately, and usually I'm not that badly affected. Ideally in future I might prime myself for these events by eating extremely tasty paleo food... (more)
Which of these two best describes how you react to gluten exposure? A) You are either "glutened" or "not-glutened." You notice the symptoms no matter how much you have eaten. B) You can eat small amounts of gluten with no... (more)
I'm fairly positive I am gluten intolerant (lots of gas, bloating, headaches, fatigue and BAD moods from the rare pizza or beer binge) and I do go off the bandwagon occasionally for a meal or two. Of course I've only tested negative for Celiac's... (more)