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Maybe someone with more info can verify this but as far as I was told that modified corn starch or any other modified starch of anykind is a no no for celiacs. I myself cannot have modified corn starch at all as I react horribly to it.
When I got pregnant with my first, I had no gluten issues and got pregnant after a couple of tries. My daughter is almost 7 and I found out I was celiac about a year and a half or so ago. I have been off birth control for about 2 years and found out this morning I am pregnant!!!!! I am sooooooo excited but very nervous at the same time as it has taken me so long to get pregnant.
Hi I'm Jen, I live in Qualicum Beach (Vancouver Island). I suffered for years with major stomach problems and was finally diagnosed as celiac about a year or two ago. Since I have been gluten free my life has changed completely. I was so sick and so toxic that I lost 25lbs in a month and was completely emaciated. Since going gluten free, I no longer suffer from flare ups and am very strict about what I put into my body. I am still learning and am always researching new recipes and trying to learn everything I can on how to keep myself safe.
Just wondering if anyone here attends Celiac support groups and if so, what are their thoughts on it??