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  1. So excited my husband and I found this website thank you for sharing your experiences you’re going to make a difference in our lives!

    1. Stacey, you have no idea what your comment means to me. I pray everyday that our blog can help people – so thank you for affirming that. Although, there are some updates to this post coming soon, so stay tuned! You may find them additionally useful. HINT: Homeopathy and the right exercise regiment…

  2. I was diagnosed with celiac disease 22 years ago. I am now 87 and have discovered I am having problems with depression more often than I want. I have maintained consistent gluten free diet rather faithfully.
    I am wondering if this will eventually leave?

    1. Hi Beverly, I am not a doctor, but it is possible for Celiac Disease to contribute to depression. However, depression could also be a result of any number of other things. I would strongly urge you to reach out to a functional medicine practitioner – someone who can continue to help you understand the power of dietary and lifestyle changes, monitor you for things like food intolerances, nutrient deficiencies, and underlying issues like infections. If you are unsure what functional medicine is or how to find a functional medicine practitioner, you can start with these two posts: What is Functional Medicine, and then How to Find a Good Functional Medicine Practitioner. Send us an email if you have further questions!

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