I was diagnosed with Celiac 4 years ago. At the time I had lost a lot of weight. Now I can't seem to stop gaining weight. I am unable to have dairy products or citrus. I am very careful on what I eat, however all my weight is becoming "belly fat". I am 67 years old, work full time and try to walk at least 1 mile each day (lately I don't have the energy to do much of anything when I get home from work). I need advice on weight loss as I know I would have more energy if I didn't have the "tire" around my middle.
HI...not saying u were mis dx'd, but do ask to have the following looked at...TSH, Free T3 and Free T4 and TPO antibodies...could be u have an autoimmune thyroid issue and it is possible to go btwn being hyper and hypo....
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