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Gluten Ataxia Symptoms: Gait Problems and Unsteadiness

When you have gluten ataxia, you'll suffer from unsteadiness, gait problems, and pins and needles in your arms and legs.

What's the deal with gluten free diets? Some people say they're good, some people say they're a fad. Are they really useful for people who don't have Celiac?

Gluten Free Diets: Fad or Functional?

My mother, mother's brother and my brother have Chron's Disease, my mother's other brother has Ulcerative Colitis and I have Type 1 Diabetes - there maaaay be an autoimmune problem in my family.

Moving to a Gluten-Free Diet the Right Way | hubpages

Moving to a Gluten-Free Diet the Right Way

Whatever your reason for moving to a gluten-free diet you need to approach it the right way. It's not just about gluten-free labels & gluten-free recipes;

How to Eat Your Vitamins - Real Simple

How to Eat Your Vitamins

Here, the nutrients you need every day and how to get them from your diet.

7 Worst Mistakes People Make with Celiac Disease and Gluten: (and stay sick forever)

Celiac Disease

99 cents, 7 Worst Mistakes People Make with Celiac Disease and Gluten: (and stay sick forever) by Jaqui Karr C.

If you're avoiding gluten, here are tricky words to watch for! Wheat Tricticum Bran Farina  Malt Barley

A Hunt for Gluten

A short list of words that indicate gluten content in ingredient listings. If you're avoiding wheat gluten, here are tricky words to watch for!

I think this is still the hardest part. They mean well, but you have to be well versed on the WHOLE procedure. Every ingredient needs to be checked. Anything 'processed in a facility with wheat' is unacceptable. Everything used to make the food has to be done right. #celiacprobs

I think this is still the hardest part. They mean well, but you have to be well versed on the WHOLE procedure. Every ingredient needs to be checked. Anything 'processed in a facility with wheat' is unacceptable. Everything used to make the food has to be

Haha to all those people who thought it was!!

Celiac Disease is NOT a FoodAllergy! Celiac Disease = a serious AutoImmune Disease

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