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  1. You're very welcome. I do still need advise on which ones are wheat/gluten free according to the ingredients?
  2. Hi To All! I havent been on in awhile, still trying to learn about gluten free. My daughter (5 yrs) tested positive to wheat in an allergy test (scrape test on her back), it was a mild reaction. She tested negative for celiac according to the blood test. Anyway, I'm trying to stay gluten free, and am having a hard time with soaps, shampoos conditioners etc. Last evening I emailed Phytologie, and received a nice response I wanted to share. If anyone is knowledgable on these ingredient lists and can tell me which products are safe to use, I would be much appreciative! She didn't expressly say anything is wheat/gluten free but she gave the ingredient list. Here is the list: Here are the ingredients to our products. I am usually not allowed to give this out but in a circumstance likes your, I will try to be of some help. HUILE D' ALES Ricinus Communis (Castor) seed oil, Water, Sodium Lauroyl Oat Amino Acids, Salvia Officinalis (Sage) oil,Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) peel oil,Juniperus Communis Fruit oil,Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf oil,Vinegar/Acetum,Phenoxyethanol*, Parabens (Ethyl, Butyl)*, Methylchloroisothiazolinone*, Methylisothiazolinone*. Beta-Carotene. Botanical Orgin / *: Preservatives PHYTOJOBA Sodium Laureth Sulfate ( Derivitave of cocoa oil), Centaurea Cyanus Flower Extract, Malva Sylvestris ( Mallow) Extract, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Disodium Cocoamphodiacetate, Potassium Undecylenoyl hydrolyzed soy protein ( Derivitive of castor oil), Sodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate, Simmondsia Chinensis (JoJoba) seed oil, Cocamide Mipa, Glycol Stearate, Peg-4 Rapeseedamide (Derivitave of Colza), Panthenol, Polyquaternium-10 (Derivitave of cellulose of wood), Citric Acid, Phenox- yethanol*, Parabens (Ethyl/Butyl)*, Methylchloroisothiazolinone*, Methylisothiazolinone*, Fragrance, Botanical Orgin / *: Preservatives PHYTOS
  3. Hi To All! I havent been on in awhile, still trying to learn about gluten free. My daughter (5 yrs) tested positive to wheat in an allergy test (scrape test on her back), it was a mild reaction. She tested negative for celiac according to the blood test. Anyway, I'm trying to stay gluten free, and am having a hard time with soaps, shampoos conditioners etc. Last evening I emailed Phytologie, and received a nice response I wanted to share. If anyone is knowledgable on these ingredient lists and can tell me which products are safe to use, I would be much appreciative! She didn't expressly say anything is wheat/gluten free but she gave the ingredient list. Here is the list: Here are the ingredients to our products. I am usually not allowed to give this out but in a circumstance likes your, I will try to be of some help. HUILE D' ALES Ricinus Communis (Castor) seed oil, Water, Sodium Lauroyl Oat Amino Acids, Salvia Officinalis (Sage) oil,Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) peel oil,Juniperus Communis Fruit oil,Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf oil,Vinegar/Acetum,Phenoxyethanol*, Parabens (Ethyl, Butyl)*, Methylchloroisothiazolinone*, Methylisothiazolinone*. Beta-Carotene. Botanical Orgin / *: Preservatives PHYTOJOBA Sodium Laureth Sulfate ( Derivitave of cocoa oil), Centaurea Cyanus Flower Extract, Malva Sylvestris ( Mallow) Extract, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Disodium Cocoamphodiacetate, Potassium Undecylenoyl hydrolyzed soy protein ( Derivitive of castor oil), Sodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate, Simmondsia Chinensis (JoJoba) seed oil, Cocamide Mipa, Glycol Stearate, Peg-4 Rapeseedamide (Derivitave of Colza), Panthenol, Polyquaternium-10 (Derivitave of cellulose of wood), Citric Acid, Phenox- yethanol*, Parabens (Ethyl/Butyl)*, Methylchloroisothiazolinone*, Methylisothiazolinone*, Fragrance, Botanical Orgin / *: Preservatives PHYTOS
  4. Thanks Nancy and Missys... will check into. Have a wonderful evening.
  5. Hi Nancy- thanks for the response. I do know about the ketogenic diet but it looks too unhealthy, with the high fat, so I think low GI is a better option. If I put my kiddo on this diet I will likely go on it too, as to me it looks quite healthy and might even keep weight down. I just shudder to think about gluten-free and low GI for a 5 yr old. Meat and veggies are not easy to get kids to eat in the first place. Plus she starts kindegarten in the fall and I'm worried about her being able to maintain the restrictive diet while in school and around other kids. The lemon curd sounds yummy... I love lemon. Where do I find it? Where do I find the low carb message forum? I'd like to connect with the lady you mentioned. Thanks again
  6. My daughter (5 yrs) has been gluten free (trying to control seizures) and her doctor just told us that a low glycemic index diet also is effective. Anyone have any receommendations? I have found going gluten-free to be challenging, am not sure how much its helping but am sticking with it, how difficult would it be start low GI as well? Any advise appreciated. Also does anyone know any french fry brands (made at home, I've given up on the fast food chains being gluten-free) that are gluten free? Thanks
  7. Thanks mommida! I'll check into it.
  8. Yogurt

    I wish I could get some of these but I'm in Iowa- it's a whole other world here. lol Thanks everyone for your suggestions!
  9. Yogurt

    WOW you guys are so helpful-- thanks! I will check to see if I can get these here... have a happy Saturday everyone.
  10. Yogurt

    yes, definitely, live active cultures are required. Thanks
  11. Yogurt

    The people on the forum were saying that dannon won't certify that they are g.f.- which is a bummer because I think they are the ones who do the "all natural" vanilla flavored at the grocery store. I called the organic market and they said that all their organics which are labeled "plain" (basically, no flavor added) are gluten free. But yuck! who wants to eat plain yogurt unless in a recipe? My 5 yr old will not eat that. If anyone else has any ideas about the organics or maybe how to safely flavor the "plain" organic yogurts, please I welcome your advise. Thanks everyone!
  12. Yogurt

    Thank you momma goose and wolfie- you are very helpful. There was one at the grocery store that was "all natural" and vanilla flavored but I can't think of the brand. (?) I'm wondering if it's gluten-free?? I would like to stick to organic for my daughter for now.
  13. Can someone please inform as to which yorgurts are gluten free? My daughter is 5 (on a gluten free diet) and had to take antibiotic this past week. I'm concerned about yeast. I need to find one that's gluten free- preferrably organic? Thanks
  14. Mcdonalds French Fries

    Thank you Pug and Carla!
  15. Are the fries at Mcdonalds truly safe? I have read they are not, that at first they claimed to be but it was founded that their fries have wheat in them? Anyone? I have a 5 yr old and she wants to eat fries at at least one fast food restaurant, but I want to be very very careful. Thanks much