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kyryana

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  1. I've been debating spending the money on this as well. Can you tell me what kinds of things you've put in their lunch where this worked better than a thermos? In my mind thermoses are only good for soupier things. I'm interested in sending chicken nuggets or fishsticks. Thanks!
  2. I want to have this test done on my 2 daughters. One is diagnosed with celiac and I also have her off dairy/casein. The other is Gluten-free Casein-free as well because I was trying to see if it would get rid of her eczema (it did). Also noticed dairy gives her horrible tantrums. Her celiac test was negative. So I was wondering if I needed to make sure they have eaten all the foods that this tests checks reactivity for in order for it to be accurate. In the case of my celiac daughter, I would not give her any gluten. Teh dr. who will order th etest for me said yes they should be eating these foods before the test but not to worry about giving them coffee for the caffeine. But I want to know how long, how often should I include these foods before the test is done? We only eat quinoa every once in a while and I know we've never had buckwheat...
  3. I just contacted the manufacturer Body Fortress and got this reply: Body Fortress Super Advanced Whey Protein Chocolate (product # 44320 bulk # 29648), Vanilla (product # 44315 bulk # 29641), Cookies and Cream (product # 18490 bulk # 29654) and Strawberry (product # 18495 Bulk # 29649) are gluten free. I buy the 2lb canister at Walmart for about $15.