circlemama, that is good to hear you are eating healthy and feeling good about it!
AllyRae, I wonder if you knew you had celiacs first or did you find out after your child was tested?
We didn't do the biopsy test on bean because of her young age and the invasive nature of it all, but all signs point to Celiacs for her. I doubt we'll ever reintroduce gluten. Like Circlemama, I do feel like we eat MUCH healthier now, though!
Mommy2MJM, we didn't eliminate entirely. My dh is stuck on his gluten and junk. At meals we all eat the same foods, but after the girls go to bed he can eat whatever he wants as well as all day when he is at work etc.
So we have one cupboard for junk (like corn chips for dh
Wendy, it must be hard to always be prepared for an allergic response like that! I can only imagine!
I hope your second will be allergey free
Kari, Hello! nice to meet you and I am wondering how you found out at such a young age?! I wish I would have figured all this out sooner for the girls!
Max, we also went through the "new child" behavior changes! Although bean doesn't react to corn in any other way that we can see, it does change her behavior quite drastically.
I think she is starting to grow out of that, or maybe it is a combination of age and being off the other offending foods, but she has left behind many of the adhd and autistic traits that were there before. A new child indeed!
Satori, that is really exciting!
I'm glad she loves her GOOD FOR HER foods!
Wendy Grace, is that NAET treatments?
Missy and Pilgrim: you two must be experts on the elimination diet. Did you make up your own system of testing or go by a written guide?