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Mama to four, former amateur stage actress/director, currently pursueing writing
Sooo tired and in pain Yuck!
I am recently diagnosed with Celiac Disease and am looking for information, education and support.
12 yr old son has been diagnosed with celiac disease 6 years ago.
I am a pastry chef/baker. My diagnosis put an end to my career. My daughter has also been diagnosed. It is my hope to open a 100% gluten free bakery/cafe in Portsmouth, NH. I am seeking advice, support, feedback…
I’m having a hard time with weight loss, hard to do anything when you are weak & light headed. Is this how I have live my life?
I have a friend with Coeliacs Disease, Scleroderma and Mixed Connective Tissue Disorder and he has managed to balance his health with a special diet and use of essential oils. When I was looking up information about what Coeliacs/Celiacs Disease actaiully is. I discovered the Care Place by accident and thought some of the team might be interested to learn about what has worked for him.
celiac disease , w/ lactose intolerance, migranes-(msg & sulfites triggers), fibromyalgia
Have had this for many decades and want to connect with those who have had similar experiences with failure to diagnose over a long term basis.
full time carear for son that has a lot of health issues and gluten tolerance is one of them. i am finding recipes hard for him as he is a picky eater
Still have problems with eating all gluten free products. I still don’t feel well and am always sick.
I’m 41 years old, married with two children. I’ve been working as a nail technician for 23 yaers.
I would like to communicate with others with Ceolacs to overcome things like eating out etc. Also tips on cooking i.e. pastry.
at 48 with chest pain, they thought i had another ulcer. and found 3rd stage damage. 1 year later, i have had my ups and downs. but thanks to a dr who belives in vitamin therapy
My daughter, Abby, has celiac disease. She was diagnosed 8 months ago, at 17 mos old.
I am always looking for foods she can eat and I would love to chat with someone who has a toddler with CD.
I have just learned that I have celiac disease. I am now afraid to eat anything except plain food. I am even worried about my vitamins and chocolats. I need help.
Celiac & Diabetic (type 1)
I have a 16 month old son who was just dx w/Celiac on 2/20/07, and am happily married to my husband of 4 years. We live in Massachusetts.
I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease 5 years ago and have been following a gluten free diet ever since. Throughout that time I have received a tremendous amount of support from my family & friends. Recently I decided to create my own gluten free website & blog where I could share my gluten free knowledge and give back the support that was given to me.
I love to travel, so my gluten free stories and experiences are from all over the world.