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Yesterday at thanksgiving dinner, we ate a dish that had undisclosed cream of chicken and (I think) cream of mushroom soup. I assume it was campbells but I don't know. None of us got sick :o

My girls are both seriously gluten intolerant (possible celiac but we don't know) and I am allergic to wheat. If I eat any small amount of wheat, my armpits wake me up in the middle of the night with the most intolerable itch. My 7 yr old gets diarrhea within 10 minutes after eating gluten. But she has not been sick for a while now. This has me completely confused.

Do you know of a brand of cream soups that don't have gluten? Is it possible to be gluten intolerant and "get better" if they don't have celiac? My girls have been gluten free for 1 year and it has changed our lives. I have no intention of adding back gluten but this really has me confused.

Susan

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I use Health Valley organic cream of celery, mushroom and chicken soup and it is gluten free as of the last time I bought it. Nothing on the label is a gluten ingredient. I can't verify about cc, but I have not gotten sick from it yet.

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Heinz Cream soups are gluten-free too.

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Heinz Cream soups are gluten-free too.

Thanks you two... that makes the most sense, that it was a soup that was gluten free. I didn't know about these two brands. I will ask her and get that clarification. Plus, I'm happy to know about these soups for my own cooking!

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Progresso Cream of Mushroom soup is gluten-free. But I've never seen it in a store around here. :(

I don't think it's typical but I have heard some people get a little more tolerant of occasional small-scale glutening after they've had a chance to really heal. But the damage is still being done so it's no excuse for being lax.

I don't always have symptoms with small glutenings anymore, but if I get a chronic gluten contamination I'm unaware of -- like a supplement I took that I thought was gluten-free but wasn't this summer -- didn't notice much symptom the first few days but after a week I was as sick as ever.

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Progresso Cream of Mushroom soup is gluten-free. But I've never seen it in a store around here. :(

I don't think it's typical but I have heard some people get a little more tolerant of occasional small-scale glutening after they've had a chance to really heal. But the damage is still being done so it's no excuse for being lax.

I don't always have symptoms with small glutenings anymore, but if I get a chronic gluten contamination I'm unaware of -- like a supplement I took that I thought was gluten-free but wasn't this summer -- didn't notice much symptom the first few days but after a week I was as sick as ever.

Interesting! I still don't know what is going on here, and I can't seem to get my friend to tell me what brand of soup she used. Hopefully Monday when I see her I can ask her face to face. It never did make me itch so I'm leaning towards a gluten free soup. It's nice to know my dd may not get so sick with accidental glutening but I may need to adjust what I look for. The next day, she did get an allergic reaction around her eyes, they were really red and she looked like a raccoon. I don't know if it was related, it was different than anything I've seen on her.

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