Posted 20 March 2013 - 12:17 PM
When it comes to "safe" companies I know what to look for and there is almost never a gluten free label. I tend to stick to these companies frequently. When shopping for things outside those companies products, the labeling still doesn't influence my buying habits because there is no legal definition of gluten free in the US or a legal standard for when they can slap that label on. The exception to this is if I find a new product and I notice it is certified by one of the organizations that does that, it eases my mind and saves me a phone call where I would otherwise be calling the company before purchasing.
Gluten free January 2012.
Tyramine free June 2012 - slowly getting a few foods back at a time.... scratch that
Low Histamine April 2013 - I swear this better be the last time I have to restrict my diet because giving up chocolate is the final straw
Iodine free briefly fall 2012
If ever you are feeling like you’re tired, And all your uphill struggles leave you headed downhill
If you realize your wildest dreams can hurt you, And your appetite for pain has drinken its fill
I ask of you a very simple question, Did you think for one minute that you are alone
And is your suffering a privilege you share only, Or did you think that everybody else feels completely at home
Just wait.... and it will come -- Just Wait by Blues Traveler