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  • 2 hours ago
    wow..very interesting. I never take NSAiDs as they make me feel nauseous. However I persevered for a week when I whiplashed my neck about 12 years ago.. hmm I was diagnosed with coeliac 11 years ago..Coincidence?? . I know they are also pretty ...
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  • 20 hours ago
    I had two pieces of dark chocolate last night. Sooo good! No new pain this morning, but I think one of my joints is more swollen. Still, it's not a great life if your tastebuds get no joy! (I don't miss breads or cakes though!) Good luck to you! (...
  • 20 hours ago
    At the moment it's all pretty unstable. I'm on steroids which are doing what they should, but they don't stop the pain, hence the worry about the ibuprofen!!!!!!!!! I'm hoping to start Rituximab soon, but have to get confirmation of funding ...
  • 21 hours ago
    Thanks! Has your inflammation/pain abated any? I'm still taking meloxicam (15 mg) daily, and definitely need it right now. I'm hoping the healing diet will get me to a point where I can taper off so I can gradually get down to OTC meds, like Aleve...
  • 21 hours ago
    Enjoy your cauliflower I had some with my roast dinner while out in Broadstairs knowing that it will trigger my allergy, it was tasty
  • 21 hours ago
    Reactions to medications need to be reported so that data is gathered about a product, as the Gluten Free foods are classed as medication I reported it and was directed to the Food Standards Agency
  • 21 hours ago
    Thanks for the link. The cauliflower coconut curry looks ....yummy. Off to buy cauliflower
  • a day ago
    I hadn't even thought about it. Does it include reporting known side effects? I thought it was for more dangerous 'reactions' as such, allergic type ones (I'm losing my thread here
  • a day ago
    With big fingers one can hit the wrong keys as can be seen and also this laptop produces double letters. Xanthan Gum is actually a bacteria that is grown on different mediums. As stated previously I do not go by the "GF" status but by ingredients...
  • a day ago
    I hope you are reporting on the Yellow Card any reactions to medicines
  • a day ago
    I hope that now they know there is a definite link with CD and other autoimmune diseases that they inform people about such things. My issue is one of shutting the door after the horse has bolted. Too much ibuprofen for too many years. It might ...
  • a day ago
    I downloaded her book and I am following her advice, it's helped the bowel issues but has had no impact on RA/joint pain. Removing nightshades from my diet had helped, but boy do I miss tomatoes and chillies! again. no impact on anything except ...
  • a day ago
    Take a translation card. Try coeliacpassport.com or glutenfreepassport.com for ones you can download. I put the English details on one side and the foreign ones on the other, never go out without one even in UK
  • a day ago
    Try www.autoimmune-paleo.com and www.phoenixhelix.com for loads of recipes that taste much better than restaurant food and will help you to heal your tummy and reduce your RA symptoms
  • a day ago
    I have RA and Gluten sensitivity. Also, full disclosure: I did not read the article. I understand that CD and RA, both autoimmune conditions, are present in people who also have gut dysbiosis (leaky gut). NSAIDs, including ibuprofen damage the ...
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  • a day ago
    "It could make sense but is it too simple an answer?" Yes it is too simple. It's just one of many contributing factors to digestive problems. I hardly ever take ibuprofen, and yet I have gluten sensitivity. I think it could be at least two years...
  • a day ago
    I've never heard of zanthan gum and it does not come up on a google search so that's why I asked. As I know about xanthan gum and that it can be from a mould on wheat so I was curious about this zanthan gum. I also thought that supermarket own ...
  • a day ago

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