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Foods, Shampoos, And Other No-no's


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#16 Guest_Evelyn's mom_*

 
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Posted 30 April 2004 - 09:10 AM

The nutritionist I recently went to works for an adult Celiac doctor.  She said that if I use clay at school (I'm only 13) I shoud scrub my hands really well before eating something that my hands touch.  She also said that Elmers glue is known to contain high levels of gluten.  I just believed this to be true since she probably knows more about it than I do (I'm only 9 weeks on diet). 

Here are the responses I received from Elmers regarding glue and RoseArt regarding their clay:
Elmers:

Thank you for contacting us regarding Elmer's Glue products.

All products are gluten free except for our brand of finger paints, as they
contain a wheat ingredient and should be avoided.

Sincerely,
Robert Thompson
Mgr. of Consumer Response and Technical Services


RoseArt:
Both our modeling clay and Fun Dough contain wheat flour.
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#17 Connie R-E

 
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Posted 01 May 2004 - 08:04 AM

Jessicasns17,

Yes, cosmetics, lotions, soaps and bodywashes can contain gluten, too!
You just have to read labels. Look for "Hydrolized Wheat Protien" and avoid it...
No matter what I used on my skin, I inadvertantly get some in my mouth at one time or another! :rolleyes: So, I steer clear of gluten in my bath products...

And, Lipsticks can contain gluten, too!

--For you boys out there:
Check your girlfriends lipsticks, lotions, and makeup before kissing!! ;)

It's everywhere!!!

Connie
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Posted 03 May 2004 - 09:01 AM

burts bees cosmetics and lotions sent me a gluten free list
they have a web site to contact them
the baby bee lotion is excellent for adults AND gluten-free the carrot creme has gluten but there lip sticks don't
e-mail them for a list
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