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

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  1. I like Rice Chex and the peanut butter Puffins. My son is Gluten free and loves both as well.
  2. You have all been so helpful!I am writing this all down for my shopping trip and writing the websites down as well. This advice was MUCH needed. I feel like I have more options now. And it's good for my options to be ones people actually like!
  3. I was planning to go to Trader Joes today. I will look for the cheese there. Do they have the ice cream there?
  4. This has been extremely helpful. No am not much of a baker :-( But I am willing to try anything. Do you use a bread maker at all? I tried the glutino crakers but I don't know if they have milk. I must check. Zachary, my son, doesn't seem to like soy it much. He seems to like almond milk. But that pomegranate choc chip sounds fantastic!!!!!!!!!
  5. I will check on the pamela's, thank you! My son loves tortillas so that is a great idea. THANKS!
  6. Hi! My son is on a gluten free diet and I am starting him as Casein free as well. He is three years old. I find shopping a chore. I have found a few items he likes but I would to find out what your favs are. He likes Glutino Bagels, Ogran Choc. animal cookies, Pamela's pancake mix, Rice Chex, Enviro Cereals. He loves meat. So that's never a problem. what other good foods are there? And as far as dairy is concerned: What rice, Almond milks are tasty? What is a good substitue for butter? and for cheese? Is it worth buying a bread machine and making my own bread? Sorry about the amount of questions. I thank you from the bottom of my heart!!!!!!!!!
  7. THank you so much! Your information has been extremely helpful. I think I will give it a try. He is gluten free now but I will slowly try to take out dairy as well. What do you use in place of milk/soy milk? Rice Milk? ALmond Milk? What brands are good? THANK YOU!
  8. Hi! WOW!. This forum is fantastic! Hoping you can help. My son, Zachary, is 3 years old. He has speech delays. He has recevied early intervention and is now in special ed. pre-school. His speech has increased and at one point I did place him on a gluten free diet after researching that there could be an increase in speech. I saw an improvement in behavior. He was less whiny, more in control, more focused. Not on the diet he was out of CONTROL!!!!! Tantrums!!!!!!!!! He was on and off the diet becuase I heard concerns from family members about his weight and concern he wasn't eating enough. He eats more now and I have started him on the diet again. I want to stay on it full force. I have learned new food ideas and as a family we have grown accustomed to it. I have a few questions I am hoping I can get help with: 1. Should he be ceasen free, too? Would that make even more of a difference as well? 2. Should I have him allergy tested by a doctor? 3. He does have a large belly, is this a sign as well? 4. What else can I do, I would love any advice or ideas!!!!!!!!! Thanks! I appreciate all the help I can get!!!!!!