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snmack2636 posted:
I am a 26 year old multiracial female i have anemia, h pylori, and celiac disease. The h pylori was diagnosed about 4 years ago and i have tried two different treatments for this which neither seemed to worked i need help treating that and also i have celiac disease which for some reason i had a spell of getting better after struggling for six months and i had gained about 30 pounds of my weight back but i had an incident when i got really sick one day and i lost that 30 pounds in about a week some people may be happy with that but i am only 105 now and would really like to gain some weight and not have to struggle from day to day with the stomach pain,loss of appetite,chronic pain,and migranes someone pls give me an idea what to do ANY SUGGESTIONS ABOUT ANY PART OF THIS WELCOME
mariajohnson responded:
To gain weight eat more protein. Build muscle by weight training, eat healthy foods, eat egg dishes and have stir-fried foods in healthy oils.
snmack2636 replied to mariajohnson's response:
thanks for the information but i have tried all the different kinds of food but with this disease its a day to day process sometimes i have appetite and sometimes i dont not only that but with celiac disease you have to watch your spices oils and other food intake
calgal37 replied to snmack2636's response:
Snmack, are you carefully watching your gluten intake? And have you made sure that you aren't consuming any 'hidden' gluten? Have you been checked for cross-reactivity to substances such as casein, the major protein in diary? As many as 50% of those with celiac can cross-react and it can result in miserable problems.

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