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geminisue
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Unable to get a MRI because of size, a gastroenterologist was recommended by my doctor.(make an appointment, I will fax information) What do I ask him and what kind of test should I expect him to want to do? What should I allow and what not to allow?  I am so confused.  Appointment is 02/07. Thanks for any help.
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how was your wheat consumption before adopting BTD guidelines?
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WGA also induced the hypertrophic growth of the pancreas and caused thymus atrophy.

http://www.dadamo.com/wiki/wiki.pl/Lectins,_induced_changes_in_intestinal_permiability


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They found this lesion on my pancreas when they did the ultrasound on my kidney in Oct.  I don't have a problem as far as I know.

My consumption or wheat products before BTD was horrible, being a divorced mother of three with a deadbeat dad, we lived on cheap ground beef and pastas, things kids liked, until the nineties when I qualified for SSI & so did my young son (for birthdefects) so more money came in so we were all able to eat better foods more fruits and vegetables, but didn't know about BTD until 8-05
so that is what helped me heal alot.

I tried to read the article you suggested, but it is really too deep for me to understand.  If you can give me the highlights in laymen terms I would appreciate it. Thanks Lola
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WGA (wheat germ agglutinin) can create a lot of damage.

GE produce as well, contains high amounts of WGA.

for this reason eating organic whenever possible as well as adopting a lectin free diet, is advised.

keep on doing what you re doing!


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why are you being referred to him? Is it the lesion on the pancreas that was mentioned?
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yes

thanks Lola and Janey-O

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well its good you are going to a specialist.....I'm sending some good thoughts your way...wait and see what he says, then decide what to let him do.
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genetically engineered (plant) foods have WGA?   OMG,  shame on me for not knowing already....


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