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Coeliac, Type 1, and vegetarian

Discussion in 'Gluten-free Forum' started by midian182, Aug 15, 2021.

  1. midian182

    midian182 · Newbie

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    Does anyone else fall into this unholy trinity and find eating out a pain? I was recently at a restaurant with a gluten-free "menu" that had all of three items on it: Chicken salad, Chicken Korma, and (presumably chicken-free) ice cream.
     
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    Hayli Type 1 · Member

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    Hello yes I am in the same boat! Been T1 for 25 years but the coeliac thing is very new for me- only had the call from my gp last week.
    I am out tonight for dinner and feeling pretty nervous about it as its so new. I am going for GF pizza which probably means my sugars will skyrocket :bored:
     
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    Drfarxan · Well-Known Member

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    the two might be related, this is just a feeling but i believe there is a single source unlike disease like cancer for autoimmune diseases. Especial for the ones from the same "organ" like the digestive system. It might seem like i am promoting keto in this forum but did any of you try it? keto or carnivore? i know for type 1 it might be risky maybe youll need to adjust the insulin dose to avoid hypoglycemia. But i am curious to know the effect it had for people with autoimmune issues.
     
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