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

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  1. Kinnikinnick makes really good cookies. Also if you're in Canada, Superstore makes PC brand cookies.
  2. ive never heard of that either. I know the spicy clubhouse chili is gluten free but the regular is not.
  3. I don't trust him either but he had a real doctor on with him talking about the subject. Something to look into more anyway.
  4. Has anyone heard of this? I always understood it would still mess up your intestines even if you have no symptoms.
  5. I know Ensure Plus is gluten free also Muscle Milk and Cytogainer are both gluten free. Depending on the flavors of course.
  6. I got a bunch of Ensure Plus to gain weight back after going on the gluten free diet. Does anyone know if I should keep taking my calsium, D3 and multivitiman with it?
  7. I buy potato pasta. Its the best I have tried. I don't have any at the moment. I will get back to you next time I grab some.
  8. What I do for stuff like mouthwash, toothpaste, vitamins and pretty much everything else is go to iherb and search for the product im looking for. It gives every detail of the ingredients.
  9. I eat them quite a bit too. I noticed a difference in the last pack I bought but didn't think much of it. I didn't get sick but that dosent mean much since I cant tell when I get glutened. Thanks for the heads up though. Will look into it.
  10. Vitamins

    iHerb is a good site with tons of reviews on almost every product
  11. Yeah I know they would be ok for me but im just wondering opinions on it from people that have used it.
  12. Im looking into a Probiotic. I found Jarro-Dophilus EPS. It seems to be good with over 700 reviews on iherb. Does anyone here use this? I cant find many reviews with celiac disease. Heres the link on what im looking at.
  13. This quote alone makes me happy. "Consumers will not have to be as scared to pick up a package and question the ingredients list. If gluten is an ingredient in that product, it will state it. Such a relief!"
  14. Maybe you got some older bags that were on the shelf for a while? Also buy the big bags! You can never have enough Doritos.
  15. Thats alright. I didnt know about these and im glad he posted even if it is 7 years old.