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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Nut Intolerance?
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I've been having a few almonds here and there this past week, and now I'm noticing my symptoms returning a bit. My face looks bloated, I have trouble sleeping, brain fog, a bit of joint pain, and some GI upsets occasionally. Does this mean I should stay away from all nuts, or only almonds?

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Just a thought, its also possible that those nuts have been CC'd somehow.

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I got the nuts from Trader Joe's and they're very careful about labeling packages for CC. I also live by myself, so nobody touches anything in my kitchen but me.

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I'm intolerant to almonds, pistachios and macadamias.  My symptoms are different than yours.  We don't buy much at TJ's any more.  Too much produced on shared lines.

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So other nuts might be okay then? I only really buy a few things there--mostly produce. I check labels of anything I buy in packages, which is usually only nuts or dried fruit.

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