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

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  1. It might help you to try the Katz Gluten Free Pizza crust. They're not crumbly, perfect size, and great taste as well! You might even wonna try their yummy challah rolls and honey muffins! I am not sure where you can buy them in your area but if you can buy it online or search through their store locator at Good Luck!
  2. Weight Gain

    With all the carbs and sugar they put into gluten-free foods it is very well understood why we put up some weight. Especially in the beginning when I tried to compensate on all the food I can't eat by big gluten-free meals and goodies inbetween. Now that I got Accustomed to my new gluten-free diet, along with lots of water, and excersizing (and not overeating...) I can say that I am going back to my usual weight.
  3. For me it was just the matter of finding a good subsitute for all the stuff I used to enjoy. And so i don't feel less privileged because i can eat whatever everyone else is and mine are good tasting gluten-free products. Especially now when I basically got accustomed to the gluten-free diet and my family is very helpful as well. Can't say it's always easy like eating out or attending parties can still be difficult. Though I always make sure to bring along some of my own gluten-free goodies!
  4. Sounds like you know it all.... I am so happy to have tried the Katz Gluten Free line way back when I was initially diagnosed. I wouldn't be able to stick to the gluten-free diet without those Yummy products! The White Bread is fluffy and needs no toaster once defrosted which is a plus with gluten-free breads. The Challah rolls are tall enough for a sandwich and is tasty as well. The Raspberry Tarts are great for dessert. I can actually go on and on... Such good products make the ups and downs of being on a gluten-free diet a lot easier.
  5. i realized on the packaging that katz has a website. they have a list there of all stores they sell in IT'S SO COOL! hope this helps you
  6. I just found a new gluten free company Katz gluten free those anyone have any other information on their products?