About the dairy...I have been giving her lactose free milk and she doesn't have much else for dairy. I am lactose intolerant and I get nausea right away and then get diarrhea later. My daughter doesn't seem to have the same type of reaction I do, so I don't think it's that. For those that are lactose intolerant, were you sick right after eating lactose, or did it take a few hours or days?
Okay, thanks. I think it's the popcorn. She ate a whole bag yesterday and she eats it all the time. She's going to be sad about this.
I read the newbie thread several times already. lol I keep the ingredients list on my computer for easy searches when I'm not sure about a product.
When I say she ate out 3 times, I mean anything outside of the house. Once we went for ice cream (I had the person get a new container, a new spoon, and I checked the ingredients). Another time she got popcorn at a movie theater (again checked the ingredients of all items used). The last time was at a restaurant that we looked up on "find me gluten free" that had 100% positive reviews from celiacs. I am very certain that she did not receive any gluten from eating out. But, we will avoid it going forward.
We didn't have any non-stick pans. Ours are ceramic. I did get rid of all cookware that had scratches (i.e. spatulas, silicone, etc.).
Before you self diagnoses yourself with an autoimmune disease, please see a doctor for some blood work. Celiac usually doesn't just "pop-up" one day after a bagel. Keep eating a regular gluten diet until all testing is finished
I had a problem with it for a couple of months. It is hard to digest and seemed to be"scratchy" to my system. Not very scientific, just how it seemed to me.
Read the Newbie thread. You may want to cut out dairy for a few weeks or months