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Brian A

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  1. My fellow Celiac's, I spoke with a woman from Designer Protein and she was very helpful. She was well aware of Celiac and assured me that their protein powder is safe, and that doctors refer patients all the time. Natures Best also stated that there products are Gluten Free! Their main product is called Isopure. To your health!
  2. I have Starbucks all the time and have not been sick yet! I believe there is Maltodextrin or modified food starch in the Frapicino. Other than that I think were safe!
  3. Hello, I am a new member and would like to thank everyone for the valuble information you have posted. I was diagnosed in January 2004. I don't know what I would have done without this site. I ate at Ted's Of Montana this last weekend in Denver, Co. The staff was great! I started to explain my situation to our waiter and he insisted on introducing me to the executive Chef. Eric was very accomadating and explained that all of there food is made to order. Just tell him what you want and how you want it. He explained that the buns for there burgers are completely seperate from all other food. The cooks where plastic gloves and are very considerate. I had a cheddar cheese burger and a side of garlic mash potatoes. The burger was awesome! You have a choice of beef, bison, or chicken. The burger is rated "Best Burger In Denver" by 5280 magazine. I hope you have as great of an experience as I did. To your health! Brian Allee