Get email alerts Get Celiac.com E-mail Alerts  




Celiac.com Sponsor:
Celiac.com Sponsor:




Ads by Google:






   Get email alerts  Subscribe to FREE Celiac.com email alerts

  • Announcements

    • admin

      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

      This Celiac.com FAQ on celiac disease will guide you to all of the basic information you will need to know about the disease, its diagnosis, testing methods, a gluten-free diet, etc.   Subscribe to FREE Celiac.com email alerts What are the major symptoms of celiac disease? Celiac Disease Symptoms What testing is available for celiac disease? - list blood tests, endo with biopsy, genetic test and enterolab (not diagnostic) Celiac Disease Screening Interpretation of Celiac Disease Blood Test Results Can I be tested even though I am eating gluten free? How long must gluten be taken for the serological tests to be meaningful? The Gluten-Free Diet 101 - A Beginner's Guide to Going Gluten-Free Is celiac inherited? Should my children be tested? Ten Facts About Celiac Disease Genetic Testing Is there a link between celiac and other autoimmune diseases? Celiac Disease Research: Associated Diseases and Disorders Is there a list of gluten foods to avoid? Unsafe Gluten-Free Food List (Unsafe Ingredients) Is there a list of gluten free foods? Safe Gluten-Free Food List (Safe Ingredients) Gluten-Free Alcoholic Beverages Distilled Spirits (Grain Alcohols) and Vinegar: Are they Gluten-Free? Where does gluten hide? Additional Things to Beware of to Maintain a 100% Gluten-Free Diet Free recipes: Gluten-Free Recipes Where can I buy gluten-free stuff? Support this site by shopping at The Celiac.com Store.

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'forums/foods+easy+to+digest'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


Interests


Location


First Name


Last Name


Address


City


State


Zipcode


Country


Phone


How did you hear about us?

Found 17 results

  1. It had to have been no more than 2 months ago when I last bought Ortega hard taco shells which were labeled gluten free. Now I can't find them. I have been to 2 of the 3 stores in my town and while there are Ortega hard taco shells at both stores; none of them say gluten free on the box. Publix has the shelf tags that contain the price as well as a gluten-free symbol for the gluten-free products. The gluten-free shelf tag was still there but the Ortega taco shells in that slot did not carry the gluten-free claim on the box. The ingredients on the box do not indicate gluten at all. On Thursday the 15th, I used the contact form on the Ortega site to inquire if they had changed their gluten-free labeling policy. I would have called them but their contact info. does not include a phone #. My email to them has not been answered. I really thought 7 working days would have seen an answer from them & I'm disappointed they have not replied. Ortega is owned by B & G Foods. After much searching I finally found a phone # for them this evening. I will call them on Monday. BTW, the phone # is 888-887-3268. The Ortega website no longer shows the box with the gluten-free labeling. B & G Foods used to have a gluten free list but that list no longer exists. There is no gluten-free information on either site, not even in the FAQ's section. There is no search box for either site so you can't search for info. about gluten-free. I am really craving some tacos for lunch tomorrow! I do not like Old El Paso taco shells and I can't find any Mission shells. The Ortega are sooooooooooooo much better than Old El Paso IMO. I was wondering if anyone else had noticed the absence of the gluten-free claim on the Ortega boxes or if you have managed to get any response from the company in this regard or if you have eaten any of the boxes that are not labeled gluten-free.
  2. I know there are many people on here who have soy intolerances in addition to Celiac, but I'm wondering if anyone else (non-intolerant) is concerned about use of soy in substitute foods, etc.   I know it's wiser to eat whole foods and not processed, but as a busy working mom and one who likes to eat gluten-free versions of what my family is eating, I admit to eating quite a bit of processed gluten-free pasta, breads, etc.  As a result, I've often wondered if I've been increasing my intake of soy (estrogenic) and brown rice (arsenic) to dangerous levels, whether in soy/rice flours or other ingredients.   Well, now I'm facing a biopsy of something that may very well be the result of too much post-menopausal estrogen and I'm a bit worried that this is the due to higher soy consumption since my diagnosis 2 1/2 years ago.  Has anyone experienced this?  Or looked into it?    
  3. I have been gluten free for 6 years now and was doing really well until I got a bad glutening about 6 months ago. Since then I have gotten better only to get sick over and over again. I would get sick for about a week then feel better for about a week and get sick again! This has been happening for months now. I went to my wellness dr and he suspected I have a soy allergy now so I have been avoiding soy for a week but I'm sick again! I have been eating some processed foods but I always make sure it is certified gluten free and I check for soy now too. I don't think it's cross contamination, I'm pretty good about that. I also wonder if it is my anxiety. I get bad anxiety when glutened and since I have been sick so much I've been have lots of anxiety. Do you think my anxiety is causing my diarrhea? I'm just so sick of being sick now and miss the days I felt healthy and happy. Has anyone had a similar experience? Any suggestions on what I should do? How many of you developed a soy allergy years after tolerating soy ? For now I'm going to eat clean, no processed food, and talk to my shrink about upping my anxiety meds.
  4. Does anyone have experience with the 365 Everyday Value essential oils from Whole Foods? I purchased the 100% pure peppermint oil but it is not labelled gluten free and multiple calls to the company have gotten me no responses. I have no idea about oils and if they are something that could or would be cross-contaminated and if this brand is known to be safe or troublesome? Thanks in advance!
  5. Thought this was interesting: http://sciencelife.uchospitals.edu/2014/04/01/can-glutenase-pills-help-people-with-celiac-digest-gluten/ "Dr. Guandalini: Surely it would be nice to be able to swallow a pill and go about eating without worrying about any gluten on your plate. This is more or less what these products are claiming. But my opinion is no, they cannot be trusted to help digest gluten......"
  6. Hi, my 7 year old daughter has just been diagnosed with Celiac disease and is lactose intolerant. I am new to all this, and would like suggestions on foods that kids might like and the best places to buy them at. Also, is Trader Joe's cheaper than Whole Foods? Could you tell me the pros and cons? Can I find some of the same gluten free and dairy free foods and Walmart? Thanks so much!
  7. Hi All,   I was just wondering if any of you have had much experience with and/or success with cultured foods.   Have you had any improvements from eating/drinking them?   Does culturing them help you to be able to eat foods that you otherwise wouldn't be able to eat?     I have had some great results so far from various types of cultured food. It's one of the only ways I have been able to eat many vegetables until just recently. I can eat sourdough bread made out of rice flour, and milk that has been made into kefir.   I would love to hear other peoples experiences.
  8. Hi All, Please forgive me if this is a redundant question, but it was very difficult to search the forum for this info.   Does anyone know what seeing the Celiac Disease Foundation stamp on the side of a box really mean? Does it mean that they support the product or simply that the company has given money to the foundation and is allowed to put its name on the side of their box?   Does it mean that the food is tested?   So far, I have felt comforted when I have spotted this on a food item.  But, I really don't know if it means anything!    Thanks- Shellie
  9. Hey,   I came across this awesome recipe online which is really really easy to make and super delicious.    Ingredients:   2 mashed bananas 1 egg 1 heaping tablespoon of almond butter     Mix ingredients together, and there's your batter.  Simple as that.  Cook on a low heat as you would normal pancakes.    If the mix is too runny simply add more almond butter (I buy the brand Nuts to You Nut Butter and get the Almond and Hazelnut Butter)  or what I have started doing is adding ground flax and chia seeds to help thicken.    Cinnamon added to taste is a great way to spice this up for a good morning jolt and is as well used medicinally as a digestive aid.    Hope you dig it. 
  10. I was shocked when I placed an order of frozen items and at check found it costs almost 40.00 for shipping (cooler). I placed the order because I need find out what is good and what is not (I'm already thinking of the holidays). Anyone know of a company where shipping is cheaper?
  11. Please help!!   I have been recently diagnosed with a possible gluten intolerance, and was advised by my doctor to try a gluten-free diet.  It seems that there are thousands of websites on tips and tools of this problem, but where do I start?      Any and all help would be greatly appreciated!!   Thanks so much!!
  12. I'm wondering if anyone maintains a list of safe foods and where they can be found? I can do web searches but then find products that are not available locally. Lots of items can be ordered online but then comparing costs gets complicated. If this isn't a resource currently available, how could it be suggested to a reputable celiac organization? I don't think it would require lots of research, the community can contribute. I find myself getting confused because there isn't a way to see products like this: Manufacturer, Item, Retailer, Cost comparison by appropriate size or weight w/ shipping and tax. I have to keep costs down. So with my bad eyesight, I search with one window open to find if there is a gluten free product, another for the manufacturers information, cost and ordering information, and several more to comparison shop. Then I have a window to find if it's available at the local store. Oh yes, and I have to have the calculator open at all times along with notepad so my brain can keep track but that doesn't account for shipping and tax variations. To quote Charlie Brown... "Aaarrgghh!"
  13. Hey all, i was just diagnosed with celiac and was looking at candy and some other foods that contain wheat and or they are processed on things that contain wheat. Such as m&ms they have a pretzel m&ms, have twix and kit kat bars they all contain wheat but they don't say they have wheat in them or that they were processed on the same machines or in the same facility as a facility that processes wheat but they do say contain peanuts or may contain peanuts Why do candies and other things not have to say contain wheat or may contain wheat? What should I do? I've been staying away from the things that don't have a warning but since not all gluten free items say gluten free then I just read then carefully. Please help me!
  14. Recently started looking into what nuts and seeds might be safe for me to eat.  Already established that Planter's nuts (made by Kraft) have labeling that I trust, and I seem to be tolerating Planter's nuts quite well.  I sent out queries to a few additional common companies.  Here are their replies, for those who might also benefit from this info.  I'm going to see if I can get Blue Diamond to give me some more info re: their actual *almonds,* not just their nut thins, and if I get a reply I'll post it here as well. DIAMOND FOODS- EMERALD OF CALIFORNIA, DIAMOND OF CALIFORNIA February 22, 2013 Dear Em314, Thank you for your recent e-mail concerning gluten in Diamond Foods products. Diamond of California Culinary Nuts do not contain gluten. The Emerald of California product line is produced and packaged at the Diamond Foods processing facilities. Some of the Emerald snack nut products contain gluten. They are as follows. Emerald Honey Roasted Peanuts Emerald Dry Roasted Walnuts Emerald Wasabi Dry Roasted Peanuts Emerald BBQ Dry Roasted Peanuts Emerald Chipotle Dry Roasted Peanuts Emerald Berry Blend Trail Mix Emerald Breakfast Blend Trail Mix Emerald Tropical Blend Trail Mix Emerald Chocolate Cherry Trail Mix Emerald S'mores Trail Mix Emerald Sweet and Salty Mixed Nuts - Original Blend Emerald Sweet and Salty Mixed Nuts - Dark Chocolate and Peanut Butter Blend Diamond adheres to superior Good Food Manufacturing Practices, and all processing lines are thoroughly cleaned between packaging runs of the different Emerald products which greatly lessen the chance that any of our non-gluten products come into contact with gluten products. We appreciate your interest in our products. Sincerely, Donna Samelson Manager Consumer Affairs BLUE DIAMOND February 22, 2013 Dear Em314, Thank you for contacting Blue Diamond Growers with your product inquiry. Blue Diamond Nut-Thins and Nut-Chips are made with all gluten free ingredients. Nut Thins are produced in a facility that also produces wheat products; in making Nut Thins, stringent Good Manufacturing Practices are utilized, including thorough cleaning of production lines to reduce the risk of cross contamination with wheat products. Routine testing is done within our production process to ensure that the gluten levels do not exceed the CODEX standards of less than 20ppm. Should you have any additional questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us. Sincerely, Jean Johnson Assistant Consumer Advocate BLUE DIAMOND GROWERS 800-987-2329; toll free e-mail: customerservice@bdgrowers.com DAVID SEEDS (product of ConAgra) Hello Em314, Thank you for your email concerning our DAVID Seeds. We understand how important it is for people who have been medically diagnosed with gluten sensitivity to obtain accurate information about our food to help plan their meals and diets. And we continue to look for ways to meet the dietary needs of our consumers. Since wheat is a major food allergen, if it is used in the product it would be listed in the contains statement following the ingredients list. The flour used in many of our products is wheat flour and you should avoid these products if you have gluten sensitivities. If any ingredient in the product includes rye or barley, it will be listed in parentheses immediately following the ingredient. Oats do not contain gluten, but they frequently have been exposed to wheat or barley and are not recommended for celiac patients. If Natural Flavors, Artificial Flavors, or Spices listed in the ingredients list contain wheat, rye or barley, these ingredients would be listed in parenthesis immediately following the ingredient. Some fermented or distilled products such as vinegar may be derived from wheat. Most of the vinegar in our products is distilled and through the distilling process protein gluten is removed. Starting January of 2012, we began producing the following brands validated as gluten-free with gluten-free printed on their labels: -Cocoa: Swiss Miss all varieties -Egg Beaters: all varieties -Hunts Tomatoes (excluding Tomato Sauces, Tomato Paste, Pasta Sauces and Ketchup) -Orville Redenbacher's: all Ready to Eat varieties -Pudding: Swiss Miss & Snack Pack, excludes those containing Tapioca Below is a list of some of our other products that do not contain added gluten* Category/Brand/Items -PAM Cooking Spray: all varieties except PAM Baking -Hebrew National: all items except Franks in a Blanket -Wesson oils: all varieties -Peter Pan Peanut Butter: all varieties -Popcorn: Act II microwave, Orville Redenbacher jar and microwave, excluding Crunch n Munch and Poppycock -Spreads: Parkay, Blue Bonnet, Fleischmann's and Move Over Butter -David Seeds: all varieties -Hunts Tomato Sauces (excluding pasta sauces) -Hunts Tomato Paste -Ketchup: Hunt's all varieties -Reddi-Wip: all varieties -Ro*Tel Tomatoes (excluding sauces) *These items have been identified as not containing gluten. They are not currently routinely tested to affirm they contain less than 20ppm gluten for a 'gluten-free' claim. A “Contains” statement will always be listed below the ingredient list if the product contains any of the top allergens. A “May Contains” statement will be rarely used due to our strong manufacturing processes. We complete thorough cleaning when changing from allergen-containing to non-allergen-containing products. After cleaning, we conduct inspections to verify that it has been effective. We always advise consumers who may have sensitivities to recheck the ingredient list on each package. Products are oftentimes reformulated and the ingredients may change. If you have additional questions about your personal dietary needs, please consult your doctor or a registered dietitian. I hope you have a great day! Michelle Consumer Affairs Representative ConAgra Foods
  15. I was diagnosed with Celiac Nov. 2012.  I began the gluten-free diet right off.  I am still having a lot of GI issues and I have to run to the bathroom a lot for a sick stomach (D).  Any recommendations on foods I can eat that are easy to digest and will help with the healing process?  I am keeping a food journal to try and figure out what is agreeing and disagreeing with my body.  Also, I gave up dairy, coffee, and alcohol to try and help promote the healing. I am also taking a special mulitvitamin that has probiotics and digestive enzymes formulated for people with Celiac.  Thanks for any and all help. 
  16. I just found out about my Celiac about a month ago and have been adjusting fairly well to the gluten-free diet and, for the most part, am feeling much better. However, I'm getting REALLY bad nausea and upset stomach (diarrhea, exhaustion, acid reflux) whenever I eat a lot of different food that don't have gluten. I haven't really been glutened except for a few times there was a dirty pot or my roommate left crumbs out and I had severe cramping and bloating that doesn't feel like this does. I'm writing this after having eaten some gluten-free mac and cheese that I made last night, that also made me feel incredibly ill then but I thought it was just because I had a long day. None of the ingredients are spoiled and I checked for CC. All that was in it was corn noodles, Smart Balance light, cheddar cheese, Bob's gluten-free flour, milk, chex, and salt/pepper. Could it be that I have lactose intolerance? I understand that's fairly common amongst us. Is it just that those with Celiac are just oftentimes ill by things? I'm new to this, so I'd really appreciate the help.
  17. I have been trying to find a Gluten-free Casein-free pre-made brown-n-serve biscut for my son. Anyone know where I can get some? Don't have time or space to make my own.