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    IrishHeart

    Being a celiac advocate comes with some frustrations, but personally,
    I will always continue to educate others and assist people in getting the proper diagnosis and aftercare for as long as I have breath.

    I also think many people with NCGI are really celiacs -to-be and the gluten intolerance spectrum is a large beast that needs attention.. But one battle at a time. Dr. Fasano is bringing this to light and soon, the medical community will have to sit up and take more notice.

    So much work to do. May need more coffee.And possibly, more gin.

    Keep up the good work,GD and thank you for allowing me the chance to be a part of a such an awesome community. I appreciate you.

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    Gluten Dude

    Thank YOU Irish.

    Jack Butler: Wanna beer?
    Ron Richardson: It’s 7 o’clock in the morning.
    Jack Butler: Scotch?

    – Mr. Mom

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      IrishHeart

      It’s too early for cocktails, isn’t it?.
      Probably. What time is it?
      11:00 am.
      Bloody Mary’s then?**
      Cool!

      sub in: **mimosas, then?

      (Actual conversations between me and any number of people in my life
      throughout the years.).

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    Mindy

    I did my part this week! I had a dental cleaning and came equipped with literature to educate my hygienist and hopefully the entire practice. She said she would make copies and share and definitely look into it more. Dentists and hygienist should all be trained in noticing oral symptoms. Symptoms can start showing on teeth as early as when adult teeth come in, they could refer many children to get tested! Thanks for all you do Gluten dude you are inspirational!

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    Camille

    A good month! Thank you GD!

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    Ann M.

    Hey, I’m new here! Good work, Gluten Dude!

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    Chrissy D. M.

    I love you and your blog Gluten Dude! You rock! Always good for great information and a laugh!

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      Gluten Dude

      Thanks Chrissy…I do my best :)

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    Carlyn Berghoff

    Love that you are already looking forward to Celiac Awareness Month! 2 more days and counting :) Also I’m loving Udi’s response, and thanks Gluten Dude for asking the questions. I’ve always wondered why they had those holes. I have to say I prefer baking my own bread, but when in a jam it’s important to have something you can reach for.

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      Gluten Dude

      Last year I did 31 blog posts in 31 days for CAW. Not quite sure what’s in store this year.

      And yes…kudos to Udi’s for being straight up.

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    Socorro Piontka

    I just joined your blog and twitter page. I was just diagnosed with celiac after 6 years of suffering the pain and discomfort that comes with it. All this time it was called an allergy. So I sent an e-mail to my employer Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shields and asked them to please meet with me on information on celiac vs Allergies to gluten. I want to make our millions of members if the difference. They are very interested. Thank you for all you do. If you need any help please count with mine.

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