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How many days does the Celiac blood work results take to come back?

Question by Olivia White: How many days does the Celiac blood work results take to come back?
I got 3 viles taken today. How many days/weeks will the results take?

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Answer by formerly_bob
It depends on the lab. Most labs take samples in the morning and process them the same afternoon. The doc might already have the lab report. The time delay is usually due to the doc needing to schedule some time to look over your lab results and then schedule another time slot to get back with you.

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Posted by GlutenFree - March 5, 2013 at 1:22 pm

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Q&A: What vitamins should I take if I have celiac disease and lactose intolerance?

Question by Aphotic45: What vitamins should I take if I have celiac disease and lactose intolerance?
I take calcium tablets every now and then.

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Answer by Nurse Diesel
Since both celiac and lactose intolerance will make it difficult for you to digest and extract nutrients from food, it would probably benefit you to supplement all vitamins. You’ll need to pay for them, and probably go to a health food store to find some that don’t have gluten or dairy in them, and they’ll be fairly spendy.
In addition, eating nutrient-dense foods can also help. Cod Liver Oil combined with High Vitamin Butter Oil (link below) is an easy way to supplement all the fatty vitamins, which are essential for hormone production (which run your body). Also adding organic coconut oil to your diet will help. Since Celiac and lactose intolerance can both disrupt your gut flora, you should probably supplement that as well. You can use probiotic capsules for this (found in fridge section at a health food store, and also expensive), or you can make fermented foods at home and supplement yourself less expensively – beverages like Kombucha and Beet Kvass are very nutritive and easy to make at home. You can use the whey from yoghurt to make your own pickled vegetables, and it shouldn’t bother your stomach even though whey is taken from a dairy product.

Organ meats, like liver and sweetbreads are also very nutrient dense – though I must confess I have yet to be brave enough to try them. But I do like pate, so that’s one way you might try.

I recommend a cookbook/nutritional encyclopedia called “Nourishing Traditions” that is available at health food stores or on Amazon for about $ 25 or so.

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Posted by GlutenFree - September 27, 2012 at 1:41 pm

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How long does it take for an adult diagnosed with celiac to get better?

Question by Kitty C: How long does it take for an adult diagnosed with celiac to get better?
I was diagnosed about 5 months ago and I have good days, then I’ll get sick from something and not sure what it is because I have definitely not ingested any gluten. I’m wondering how long it will take before I’m better and can assume that it’s a bug rather than my disease.

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Answer by broken_angel_in_texas
Someone with celiac doesn’t ever get better as you put it. Gluten is hidden in a lot of different things and it can be very tricky to detect sometimes. Also anything with casien in it can sometimes make a celaic’s life even more miserable. Casein is found in a lot of dairy products. The best way to manage celiac is to always be on the watch for anything that might have gluten in it and to approach things with caution if you don’t if they have gluten in them. Gluten can also be found in other non food products so you have to be wary of that also. The best thing that you can do though is to arm yourself with knowledge and learn everything that you can about your disease.

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Posted by GlutenFree - September 4, 2012 at 1:24 pm

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Just got diagnosed with celiac disease. How long will it take to feel energetic again after giving up gluten?

Question by H M: Just got diagnosed with celiac disease. How long will it take to feel energetic again after giving up gluten?
Doc just told me I have celiac disease and said to cut out gluten products. He said that I would notice I’m much more energetic and I’d feel a lot better after a while. I’m a healthy and active 23-year-old guy. Anybody know how long it could take to actually start gaining weight and feeling better like the doc said?

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It’ll take time, and the duration would depend on how much gluten has affected your system. But it’ll probably be better in a few weeks.

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Posted by GlutenFree - October 7, 2011 at 12:40 pm

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The Gluten Connection: How Gluten Sensitivity May Be Sabotaging Your Health – And What You Can Do to Take Control Now

The Gluten Connection: How Gluten Sensitivity May Be Sabotaging Your Health – And What You Can Do to Take Control Now

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One of the nation’s top clinical nutritionists presents her 14-day program for treating and reversing gluten sensitivity, a condition that affects as much as 35 to 50 percent of the U.S. population and is a major contributing factor to an array of chronic illnesses Struggling with weight gain? Plagued by fatigue? Suffering from joint pain? According to preeminent clinical nutritionist Dr. Shari Lieberman, these symptoms are among the hallmarks of a little-known but surprisingly common sensitivity to gluten, a protein in certain grains. Dr. Lieberman has been investigating gluten sensitivity for more than 20 years. In her experience, eliminating gluten can alleviate many troubling symptoms for which doctors often can’t find a cause, as well as chronic conditions for which mainstream medicine offers little hope of relief–including rheumatoid arthritis, ulcerative colitis, psoriasis, fibromyalgia, lupus, and irritable bowel syndrome.In fact, 85 percent of Dr. Lieberman’s clients who follow a gluten-free diet report dramatic improvement in their health–and scientific studies support her results.

In The Gluten Connection, Dr. Lieberman presents a simple questionnaire to help readers assess their risk for gluten sensitivity and provides a 14-day eating plan to start them on the path to improved health and vitality. She also recommends nutritional supplements to support and maximize the therapeutic potential of a gluten-free diet.

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