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

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  1. Yeah, you are right. It's okay I wouldn't get angry. Thanks again!
  2. Well, I just tried to help out... Thanks anyway
  3. Hello Knoppie, I found some Vegetarian cheese that is Lactose and Gluten Free, and I also use Nestle Coffee Mate that is made in the U.S. which is Cholestrol, Gluten, Lactose free. If U are looking for a Gluten free chocolate, look for Lindt dark chocolate in On The Run, Ice-Cream in Baskin Robbins (but not all). I live on the Nile Corniche and pretty much not far from u. See if u need some details, contact me. Good LUCK...
  4. Hello, I would kindly ask you to specify more related info on Celiacs Community. Outside Egypt, there's a Gluten-Free Mall, Vitamins, medicine, T-shirts, clothes, Bracelets, magazines and journals. This community would be so much of help, indeed. I'm suffering here. Thanks in advance!
  5. Hello all... I'm an Egyptian girl, 25 years old, and i'm Lactose, Gluten intolerant and Fruitinarian for too long. I've been trying to find anything in Egypt that is NOT made up with corn, rice or eggs. I'm also so sensitive to any starchy vegetables. I take a lot of beehive products (Royal Jelly, Pollen and Propolis)and too much honey, along with Vitamin B complex supplements. Note: Please beware of some medicines in Egypt as they may contain gluten or lactose. They do not mention this in the leaflet. Best of LUCK
  6. Yes, you are right as it's not an allergy, but antihistamine works well for the rash and itching.
  7. Try 10 ml of Manuka Honey 30 min before each meal and before bedtime. It's the best cure for the whole digestive system. And you should get the highest UMF. Whenever she is bloated, having cramps, or not feeling well to eat, she could only eat a lot of honey...ONLY..any kind. Also, she has to rub her tummy with mint oil, Whiterose or Vicks and place a hot water bubble and cover up well and sleep. Whenever cross-contaminated, she has to take an anti-histamine shot such as: Fortecortin or any alternative and consume large amount of water and citrus juices with 1000 mg vitamin C (lessens the histamine levels and works well for the immunity against gluten or milk). Wish IT helps!! Niho- Multiple food allergies, Lactose-free, Gluten-Free, Fruitarian!!