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Answer to your questions

Posted By: Lucy @ The Gluten Free Kitchen
Date: March 14, 1998 at 22:05:52

In Response To: Re: Celiac Sprue & O type! (Kathy)

Hello,

I will try to answer all of your questions. Yes there is a theory about the correlation of Celiac Sprue and Blood types but their is no real proof. The only cure for Celiac Sprue is to go totally gluten free. Celiac Sprue is life threatening is left untreated. It will take several weeks to several years to get your intestines and body back in shape, depending on the amount of damage.

Modified Food starch is on the avoidance list unless you know for sure that it is made from something other that wheat. You should always check with the manufacturer.


For the person doing the report, please contact me and I will send you in the right direction.

If you are new to Celaic Sprue, their are lots of support groups on and off then internet. I have a webpage with lots of info, other celiacs, recipes, and celiac chat. Please come see me at The Gluten Free Kitchen http://home1.gte.net/lbshri
or email me at thekitchen@geocities.com if you have any questions.

Good Luck and God Bless,
Lucy




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