I know many of you in the celiac community are like me, still having problems after going gluten free for some time now. (A year for me this month) I think my case is one of going undiagnosed for so long and also casein and soy intolerance. I am 46 years old and have been having problems most of my life with digestive issues, joint problems, etc. and was wondering if any of you would like to share what you are going through and what is working for you. I have also found that just eating simply with more protein than carbs is making a huge difference--any similar stories?
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