A supportive community for those eating a gluten-free diet. This diet is required of those with Celiac Disease, Dermatitis herpetiformis, Eosinophilic esophagitis, Leaky Gut Syndrome, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, gluten ataxia, and general Gluten Sensitivity.
I was diagnosed via colonoscopy for celiac disease roughly 7 years ago.
I’ve been maintaining a strict gluten free diet since diagnosis. I recently had an endoscopy for gerd and during my endoscopy my celiac was checked on and found my celiac wasn’t active!
He said I had some inflammation but things looked great.
I’m not diabetic every CBC, lipid panel etc comes back perfect but feel like I’m hypoglycemic?
For example this morning I got up for a run had a redbull & some left over pasta from the night prior. I came home and was cleaning my bathroom when I got hit with shaky ness, sweating, racing heart and dizziness. Similar to low blood sugar. I popped a piece of candy, laid down and I felt normal once again.
My question is why if my celiac is good, I’m in good health otherwise, I’m not diabetic am I still have bouts of low blood sugar?
I tried to make raspberry muffins and followed this recipe to the letter with one exception: almond milk instead of coconut. The flour I used is Tesco's free from one and I baked them for 25 minutes. Yet they came out dry, bland and not sweet or juicy at all, although I did put a whole chopped chocolate bar inside and I hydrated my dried raspberries beforehand. Any ideas why?
Wasn’t sure if this was the right place to post, but I figured you guys might have more tips than other subreddits.
I always knew I had a “beer allergy” but recently I’ve been getting really sick off of things like hard ciders, and it’s not just when I’m overdoing it. Even just a few drinks (~4) landed me an entire day puking and nauseous, stuffed up with a horrible migraine.
I finally put two and two together and figured it must be a brewer’s yeast issue, rather than only beer.
So my question is now what foods should I be avoiding? I’ve looked up websites, but they seem to include bread yeast on every list as well.
Any suggestions? Or even just places to look/other subreddits? Anything would be appreciated at this time. Thank you.
I started a wheat free diet to lose weight and it had some unexpected successes for me. I lost fat around my midsection and I have been having less intestinal issues. My problem is I love to bake, but I've only worked with wheat flour. Does anyone have experience baking with a wheat alternative?
I’m throwing a party soon and a friend of mine has a gluten allergy. None of my other friends, nor have one, so majority of the food is just regular party food. I’d like to throw in one or two gluten free snack foods for her. If you have any recipes or anything that could help, would be great. 🤗