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I am 23 years old and was diagnosed with Celiacs disease a little over a month ago. I was feeling so awful before I was on it and now I am feeling better. I am having trouble with finding snacks and little things I can eat throughout that day. I am finding the whole thing kinda difficult and could use any advice anyone has to offer.

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Glad to hear you feel better. snacks can be anything.. Glutino and Snyder's both have excellent gluten-free pretzels.Michael Season's has cheese curls that are yummy. Doritios are clearly labeled, & so is lay's & Herr's...Nuts, fruits, &veggies make for wholesome snacking.

Other snacks are gluten-free protein bars, jerky,peanut butter or sunbutter & crackers..cheese cubes...Celery & cream cheese or nutbutter. Raisins, dates,,,, salsa &corn chips....

hth

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If you are ok with corn, popcorn makes a great snack. Apples sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar are great. Lately, I have been making and eating a lot of crustless pumpkin pies. They are really good and easy.

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I am 23 years old and was diagnosed with Celiacs disease a little over a month ago. I was feeling so awful before I was on it and now I am feeling better. I am having trouble with finding snacks and little things I can eat throughout that day. I am finding the whole thing kinda difficult and could use any advice anyone has to offer.

a llot of the frito lay products are gluten free so for snacks i would check them. if you go online to the website of the company, sometimes it will say gluten free or you can write to the company. learning how to read labels is your best bet check this page, print it out and bring it to the supermarket with you and be ready to read read read forever! after awhile you will just remember a lot of ingredients, too. dont worry, you will be fine over time.

http://www.celiac.com/articles/181/1/Safe-Gluten-Free-Food-List-Safe-Ingredients/Page1.html

a lot of things on facebook, too as far as companies.

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I am new, too, and having a hard time keeping all the gluten out of my diet even though I am being careful and am not cheating.

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