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    • Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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The problem I am finding at the moment is that to get my gluten-free food I am having to go to at least 3 diffrent sources in order to get a balance and when costed togther I am paying double of that I would if I brought similar products in my local Sainsburys. Why I don't know, but I know cost is one of the biggest issues for me personally at the moment.

Also my doctor and dietician were honest enough to say they didn't know which packaged foods you could get that were gluten-free because so much rubbish is hidden in our foods :( then there's the fact that some so called gluten-free foods are prepared in factories which deal with gluten based foods...can't win either way on that one. Fruit and Veg are fine as long as they are organic but then again more money spent. We are only just catching onto the idea of buying bags of seeds and nuts so there are still only a few specialist health shops that are doing them.

It's kind of ironic that today the supermarket, Tesco announced that it was the first british retailer to exceed the


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