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Old 06-18-2014, 07:58 AM   #31
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According to my wife, my "emissions" were melting her eyeballs. They were not doing me much good either.

About 20 years of digestive problems went away magically the first time I did lowcarb (Atkins induction). My diagnosis came afterwards.

Oh, I am also happy to report that my wife's eyebrows have grown back.
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Old 09-10-2014, 01:48 PM   #32
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I happened on this thread and thought I'd chime in. I'm not celiac but sort of self diagnosed with a non celiac gluten sensitivity in February of 2013 and except for four gluten containing meals (long story on that) in summer 2013 have been happily eating gluten free, with the blessing of my doctor even though I haven't been tested because I didn't want to go back and start eating gluten long enough to have the test.

I told the doctor I just feel better and he said fine lol.

End of story. I love the gluten free lifestyle and do feel better.
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Old 09-14-2014, 10:08 AM   #33
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Just coming back and re-reading this thread now... Didn't see all of the comments about scalp issues before! I still reach for gluten whenever I'm stressed and have had my moments lately... so it's very possible I've been eating more gluten than usual as I totally noticed my scalp breaking out! I haven't changed my shampoo and wash my hair as often as I always have so had no clue why this was happening. It's very interesting to think it may be because of gluten! Just one more reason to cut the stuff off cold turkey, once and for all.
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