Gluten and AIP Diet: Can All Foods Be Re-Introduced?

Are you a Celiac, gluten intolerant and/or have been following an AIP diet? How do you know which foods can be successfully re-introduced?

My first exposure to the word "gluten" was through my acupuncturist who suggested I get tested. These 2002 test results came back positive and I proceeded to do my own research on what to do because my doctor had no clue what gluten was or what the test results meant. In 2009 I was diagnosed through a stool test by a functional medicine doctor as having Celiac. Not having a lot of direction I continued to research because just avoiding the "traditional" gluten sources of wheat, barley and rye was not providing full relief.
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5 Reasons For The Sharp Increase In Gluten Sensitivities

Researchers have found that young people today are 4.5 times more likely to have celiac than the same age group in the 1950's. That is approximately 1 out of every 100 people. 
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Why Do You Get Butterflies In Your Stomach?

Have you ever had "butterflies" in your stomach?  Most likely you were nervous about meeting someone new, having an interview or having to give a presentation.  Regardless of the reason ... the fact that those butterflies were there demonstrates the direct link between digestion, mood, health and the way you think.
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Why Following The Traditional Gluten-Free Diet May Not Relieve Health Problems

Even after two years on the gluten-free diet, 30 to 60 percent of adults with celiac disease have persistent gut damage.
1 in 5 children with celiac disease may not heal .... even when strictly following a gluten-free protocol. 
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Could You Be A "Silent Gluten" Sufferer?

A 2005 landmark study on celiac disease determined that 60% of children and 41% of adults diagnosed during the study were asymptomatic.

Are gut symptoms the only indicators of gluten sensitivity?
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