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    Hi Adelaide girls, just thought I'd mention a few wins I had looking for places to take my coeliac father. Cafe Sani on Portrush Rd is 100% GF - the chef is a coeliac. The chicken shop at Aberfoyle Hub does GF barbecue Chooks. Dad likes Enzo's breads, doughnuts, sweet treats in Central Market ok but his fave bread - because you can actually eat it fresh for a few days - is Alby's. A few outlets for it but we get it at Goodwood Larder.

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    Thanks mopeg. Always glad to hear about gluten free places in Adelaide. I have heard that Maid and Mezcal on magill rd is also 100% gluten free including some beers.
    As for us, we are managing really well with a gf diet, especially now I have a thermomix. I use it to make gf bread which is much better than the supermarket version.
    Glad to see this thread reignited

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    Hi Everyone, I've been diagnosed for about 3 years now. We are now TTC #1. How much can it play in infertility?

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    I thought that undiagnosed coeliac could have a significant impact of fertility. Not sure what impact well managed coeliac has.
    Interested to hear the answers though.

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    As far as I am aware it is undiagnosed coeliac or those that cheat, so eat gluten or aren't strict with it, share utensils and chopping boards, fry pans etc they are the ones who can have troubles with conceiving.

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    Hi ladies, I have coeliac disease and I'm 10 weeks pregnant. When it come to fertility you can fall pregnant but if the diet isn't followed you can miscarry. My coeliac isn't active at the moment because if my diet. My gastroentologist told me that there are no signs of it and had no worries about if I would miscarry. I hope this helps

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    Thanks pal1234. Good luck with your pregnancy.

    As for me, my daughter has recently had her coeliac disease confirmed by endoscopy (2nd one). We still had a glimmer of hope that hit might have been misdiagnosed but we are now in it for the long haul.
    On the positive though, I have learnt how to cook some amazing gluten free food and adapt recipes to suit. The biggest challenge we have is eating out - we go out as a family but my dd doesn't eat out but instead we bring food from home for her.
    How do others manage eating out?

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    I just do research on the net, it is unusual to find a place that doesn't do gluten free. But, I usually stay clear of take away places, kebabs, pizza, maccas etc, all shocking for GF, Cafes tend to be best, mexican places are good, a lot of their food is naturally gluten free, Indian almost all curries are GF, Thai and vietnamese do a lot of rice based meals, rice paper rolls, rice noodles etc, even most pubs have gluten free stuff, like steaks and fish etc.

    Place like clubs tend to be bad though.

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    Thanks pal1234. Good luck with your pregnancy.

    As for me, my daughter has recently had her coeliac disease confirmed by endoscopy (2nd one). We still had a glimmer of hope that hit might have been misdiagnosed but we are now in it for the long haul.
    On the positive though, I have learnt how to cook some amazing gluten free food and adapt recipes to suit. The biggest challenge we have is eating out - we go out as a family but my dd doesn't eat out but instead we bring food from home for her.
    How do others manage eating out?

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    Hi ladies I hope it's ok to join your thread. My daughter who is almost 6 has been diagnosed with coeliac disease, she's had a positive serology and a positive gene test and we are just waiting for the specialist to open again to get her endo and biopsy done. She is staying on a full gluten free diet until then obviously but I'm just trying to gather as much info as I can as we arvo moving 800km away to the middle of nowhere and I'm going to need to be really prepared as far as food goes as we won't be able to pop into the shops as the closest one is 200km away.

    What have you found the best flour to be so I can just sub in normal recipes I've tried white wings but it was an epic fail (I'm low fodmap so can't eat gluten either)

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    @Rodeobull are you sure she is supposed to be on a GF diet before the endoscopy? If her tummy starts to heal it can give them an inaccurate result. From all I know (as a Coeliac not a doctor ;-) ) you need to continue eating gluten til officially diagnosed


 

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