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

      This FAQ on celiac disease will guide you to all of the basic information you will need to know about the disease, its diagnosis, testing methods, a gluten-free diet, etc.   Subscribe to FREE email alerts What are the major symptoms of celiac disease? Celiac Disease Symptoms What testing is available for celiac disease? - list blood tests, endo with biopsy, genetic test and enterolab (not diagnostic) Celiac Disease Screening Interpretation of Celiac Disease Blood Test Results Can I be tested even though I am eating gluten free? How long must gluten be taken for the serological tests to be meaningful? The Gluten-Free Diet 101 - A Beginner's Guide to Going Gluten-Free Is celiac inherited? Should my children be tested? Ten Facts About Celiac Disease Genetic Testing Is there a link between celiac and other autoimmune diseases? Celiac Disease Research: Associated Diseases and Disorders Is there a list of gluten foods to avoid? Unsafe Gluten-Free Food List (Unsafe Ingredients) Is there a list of gluten free foods? Safe Gluten-Free Food List (Safe Ingredients) Gluten-Free Alcoholic Beverages Distilled Spirits (Grain Alcohols) and Vinegar: Are they Gluten-Free? Where does gluten hide? Additional Things to Beware of to Maintain a 100% Gluten-Free Diet Free recipes: Gluten-Free Recipes Where can I buy gluten-free stuff? Support this site by shopping at The Store. For Additional Information: Subscribe to: Journal of Gluten Sensitivity


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  1. I just found a great place to get gluten free baked products. Andreas Fine Foods in Chesterfield, MO has the best gooey butter cake I have ever tasted. They also have flavored pecans that are really yummy. They let me taste their bread also, and it was really good, did not fall apart like most gluten free breads. They have several things to choose from at their website
  2. I wen to Andereas Gluten Free Bakery in Chesterfield, Mo. today and purchased a sausage pizza, gooey butter cake, cinaman rolls, bread and flavored pecans. They are delicious. They let me try different products they have while I was there and I was in hog heaven. I have been gluten free for several years and am really impressed with the quality of their products. As everyone knows, it is not always easy to find excellent tasting products that are gluten free. Just wanted to let everyone know how wonderful they are (and no, I do not know anyone that works there, I was referred by a fellow celiac).
  3. I was lucky enough to run across Van Harden pizza's. Their pizzas are delicious!!! They have great customer service too. I ordered the 3 variety pack and will order in the future from them. The first delivery, the UPS driver didn't ring the door bell and the pizzas thawed out, but I emailed them the next day and had a reply from Van Harden and the UPS office that delivered them that day. They had already shipped out a new set and overnighted them. If you love a good pizza try . :D :D
  4. Big Article in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch in the Business Section on Redbridge rolling out nationally. It will be $7.99 for a six pack and sold in organic and health food stores. Can't wait to try it!
  5. Outback In Greenwood, In (near Indy)

    Outback in St. Louis is great too. Never had a problem there. They bend over backwards to make sure everything is okay!!!! and they know what gluten free is (yeah).
  6. Jack Daniels Sauces At Tgifridays

    I asked the TGIF's in St. Louis, MO and they brought out the recipe. There is a small amount of flour in the sauce. Sorry to blow the bubble. They were very nice here and let me look at the recipe book for anything I ordered and promised to not cross contiminate what I ordered. Never have had a problem here.
  7. Positive Olive Garden Experience

    I called an Olive Garden in St. Louis and talked to the Manager today. He told me he didn't know what gluten free was and suggested I not come there. I don't know what city your post was from, but I sure wish it was from our city.
  8. 1. sex: F 2. age: 50 3. ethnic group: white 4. age at which you were diagnosed: 48. Just diagnosed as allergic to wheat, oats and barley. Suffer migraines when I eat anything with the above. 5. How did you feel when you were diagnosed? confused when shopping. 6. Did you have health problems in childhood? Nope. 7. How well do you maintain a gluten-free diet? __ I absolutely never eat gluten _x_ I very rarely eat gluten that I know of __ I try not to eat gluten but I sometimes cheat or don't know __ I don't maintain a gluten-free diet as well as I should __ I don't maintain a gluten-free diet at all 8. What are some of the main difficulties you face in maintaining a gluten-free diet? __ Price of gluten-free food _x_ Availability of gluten-free food _x_ Taste of gluten-free food __ Preparation of gluten-free food _x_ Public awareness of gluten intolerance/celiac disease _x_ Knowing and understanding what foods you can and cannot eat __ Reading and memorizing labeling on foods __ Dining out __ Traveling __ Other: 9. What type of symptoms do you face when gluten is ingested? __ nausea/vomiting __ diarrhoea __ mouth ulcers __ stomach pains __ fatigue/tiredness _x_ other(s) : 10. How comfortable are you eating in restaurants or public situations? __ Very comfortable: I have no problem at all __ Comfortable: It's not too much of a problem or embarassment for me _x_ Slightly uncomfortable: I sometimes feel it a hassle or embarassing to ask about or identify gluten-free food __ Uncomfortable: I often feel it a hassle or embarassing to ask about or identify gluten-free food __ Very uncomfortable: I avoid dining in public situations if at all possible 11. If you ever do feel uncomfortable, where and why exactly does this usually happen? Some restaurants do not understand what items have gluten. 12. How do you deal with situations in which you must dine out? __ Don't eat _x_ Only eat what you know or can assume is gluten free __ Eat what they have out of politeness, even if it may contain gluten __ Ask for a gluten free dish __ Other : 13. In most restaurants, do you find that waiters/waitresses/managers/cooks are aware and accomodating to gluten free requests? Most are clueless. I've been told things contain no wheat to have it come out breaded! I explain that I can't have anything with any kind of flour and they look at me like I'm nuts when I tell them the breading has flour. 14. If a device were available that allowed you to test you food for gluten in public situations, would you use it? Yes. 15. What are some features it would need or you would like it to have? (for example: size, accuracy, speed, etc.) speed and cost. 16. What aspects might make you refrain from using it? If it is bulky and costly. 17. About how much would you be willing to spend on a device like this? not much 18. Would you be willing to participate in later product testing and further interviewing as this project develops? Sure.
  9. Foods You Miss

    I hope you are located in St Louis. I miss Pizza Mexican food of all kinds Chinese food and sandwiches with bread
  10. Arise Markets

    Wish they would open one in St. Louis.
  11. St. Louis?

    Outback steakhouse has gluten free clearly items listed on their menu. If I can think of any others, I let you know
  12. I have asked for a hamburger without the bun explaining I'm alergic to wheat and was asked if I would like bread instead. Seams a lot of people don't know how wheat is used. Oh well. I thought it was funny. Just learned to watch like a hawk when eating out and hope for the best.
  13. Gluten-free A Restaurant Cook's Perspective

    I would love to know where concerned chef works. If he is in St. Louis, I would go to his restaurant in a heartbeat.