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Chloe Davis Smith says
I am sensitive to wheat, not gluten. I stay away for wheat. I feel for those who are truly sensitive to gluten.
H C Palting says
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Thank you for your post, and my heart reaches out to you. I am not familiar with DH, but I am familiar with trying to discover what is the cause of illness. You, me and those around us. I hope and pray for your happiness and health.
Thanks. I wish the best of happiness and health to you as well. To each his/her own, but I'd recommend that people only eat naturally gluten free foods and stay away from all the GF junk food offerings that seem to be growing by the day.
I agree with the GF junk food, too much of it.
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I never took the test either, but our country's "normal" food supply has been tampered with as you mention, so I have just about cut all of it out of my diet. Yes. I did write a hub about the gluten-free diet. When you have yours written and posted,
I went through hell with DH/Dermatitis Herpetiformis. My GP educated herself on this because she felt bad that she couldn't figure out my problem until after the allergist did. She has since told me gluten can cause problems with your thyroid.
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Marisa Wright says
Good point. I reviewed a very informative and well-written book about that issue. http://hubpages.com/health/Gluten-Free-Define-in-I...