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Gluten In Canned Smoked Oysters? Nothing On The Label

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Posted 04 June 2014 - 05:01 PM

I've been off of gluten for 4 weeks now bc I thought it might have been the cause of my migraines. I'm on several meds and still have 3-4 migraines a months that last a few days.
May 1st I started Phase 1of Atkins Diet & I have never felt better. This is unbelievable. I'm not a huge meat fan. I prefer beans, etc, so last night I thought smoked oysters might be a nice change. The label said "smoked oysters, salt, cottonseed oil". This morning and all day, I've had a severe headache, queasy, itchy eyes, general malaise...

Everything else I've eaten has been the same for the past month. How do I know if there is gluten in the oysters? I basically KNOW IT but how could I have prevented this? I feel so bad. The label didn't say it.
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Posted 04 June 2014 - 05:06 PM

In most countries, ingredients must be labelled. None of those ingredients are gluten.
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