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

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  1. My wife does not have Celiacs, but after ten years of being sick, she recently discovered that she is severely allergic to gluten along with eggs, dairy, beef, and various other items. We have found it very difficult to find foods that are gluten free, the other allergies are easy to avoid, but gluten seems to be in everything even if it is not listed on the ingredients. Does anyone know of any websites that have a list of everyday foods that contain gluten? I have found many websites for recipies, but it is the small snack food type items that she is having trouble with. For instance, she was starting to feel better and then fell back into her same routine of nausea and vomiting and we did not knonw why. To our surprise a simple snack food, hummus, contained gluten. She was eating that thinking that it was very safe when in fact it was making her body more and more sick until she could no longer keep food or water down and once again ended up in the hospital. if anyone knows of any websites that may help us determine what foods to stay away from, it would be extremely helpful. I do not want her to have to go through trial and error if it is at all avoidable.