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Sep272010

New Research Could Lead to a Celiac Disease Vaccine

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I'm with you, I wouldn't do it. I like listening to my body....and vaccines years later seem to cause a lot of problems in hind sight- even though I know there are some great ones that have really helped us, there's no telling the long term effects of a vaccine until years and years later. Plus, it seems like it would really confuse our bodies- that are trying so hard to keep us well. Those are just my thoughts. I would stay gluten free. insert pom poms cheer here.

September 27, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterLauren Lucille Vasser

Pom Pom Cheer seconded. Thank you for your comment. I always love hearing other individuals opinions on all of this stuff! Our bodies are obviously working (SO) hard to tell us what they need, for us to throw something in them to confuse them further is not something I'm on board with at the moment. But, that being said, I am not in high school or college anymore. I think if I had been diagnosed then, I would have really been seeking out something to help me "fit in" a little more or just to make my day to day life a little easier.... I don't know, Lauren! Hard to make a decision. Thanks so much for the comment!

Tinsley

October 25, 2010 | Registered CommenterTinsley Meloy

I don't think I would take it, either. I have never felt better since I've been gluten free and eating that kind of food again just seems like my old life not my new, healthy life.

September 2, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterPatty

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