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    1. xEmmaa. added a post in a topic Don't Know If This Is The Right Place...   

      I've turned to Coke because I'm not allowed other stuff, so I was like phew lol.

      Two or three bottles per day for me, I must get off the stuff
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    2. xEmmaa. added a post in a topic Vegetarian & Celiac   

      Thanks for the tips .

      We are in Ireland so a lot of the products I have seen on here aren't available. But I will look out for that frozen bread stuff.

      We've got a rice cooker so I'm eating a lot of rice too!

      And a bread maker but we are yet to work out how to switch it on
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    3. xEmmaa. added a topic in Gluten-Free Foods, Products, Shopping & Medications   

      Don't Know If This Is The Right Place...
      But I'll ask my silly question anyway

      Is Coke gluten-free? As in Coca Cola . I automatically presumed that it was but then I seen an ad for gluten-free energy drinks and was like , I've been drinking Red Bull and Coke all my life
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    4. xEmmaa. added a post in a topic Vegetarian & Celiac   

      I have found gluten free pasta and spaghetti, but it all clumps together during cooking. Any suggestions?
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    5. xEmmaa. added a topic in Celiac Disease - Teenagers & Young Adults Only   

      Vegetarian & Celiac
      Hello everyone, my name's Emma.
      I'm 15 years old and in about May of this year I started getting a rash when I ate the majority of foods (the noted ones being bread and noodles ). I work in a pet shop and so I see many dogs with intolerances to gluten so this was one of the first things that came to mind.
      I've been a vegetarian since I was about 4 and so far this had never caused any problems, my diet had been healthy enough but I was really dependent on pasta, noodles and that sort of food.
      I haven't been diagnosed with celiac disease, because I'm literally terrified of needles, but basically when I don't eat gluten I don't have a rash, when I do eat it I get a rash, so you get the point.
      The doctor won't refer me to a dietician because I won't get bloods done, regardless of the fact that research I have done says that these tests are sometimes inconclusive.
      To be honest I'm finding it very difficult to stick to what I'm allowed and sometimes I'll see a really nice looking piece of proper bread or something and eat it . The gluten free bread is horrible.
      It's leaving me very weak and I'm picking up every illness going round, at the minute I'm lying in bed with a tummy bug. I'm missing a lot of school because of it .
      So does anyone have any advice on coping with it? And should I be taking supplements or anything?
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