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    • Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Gluten Free Diet- Do

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Hello everyone!

As this is my first post, I would like to start with a simple informative article. Here is a brief draft of the food items which should be chosen or avoided as a part of gluten free diet.

The very important habit of people with Celiac Disease should be to check the labels of the food items and these labels should read-

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Be careful about chicken, as some manufacturers inject things into the chicken that contain gluten. Best to stick with name brands like Tyson, etc. Also, there are wonderful Gluten free pastas, bread & crackers available in your regular grocery store. Oats themselves aren't gluten products, but are usually cross-contaminated with gluten, which is why you want to avoid oats unless the package says "Gluten Free". Betty Crocker has delicious gluten-free cookie, brownie, and cake mixes. My daughter loves her gluten-free diet; it's just the hidden gluten we encounter that makes her crazy (and very sick).

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