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Posted 02 April 2004 - 08:30 PM

Granger 279, For some people, especially with a lot of gluten consumed in the "accident", the reaction can last that long. I had an accident two weeks ago, and still have occasional pain and headaches. My son is also having daily stomach and headaches since the accident and I know that we are 100% gluten-free right now. I read recently (but can't remember where) that it can take up to 4 weeks for some proteins to leave your system. So this may be why some reactions last longer for some people.

I'm glad you are feeling better. :)

God bless,
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Posted 08 April 2004 - 06:06 AM

I notice that a lot of products that say wheat-free are made from barley flour, which is a no-no.

Hope you have a speedy recovery!
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Gluten-free since 2/2004 for gluten intolerance (celiac negative)
Mom to two gluten-free, soy free, low casein boys

IgG test currently showing intolerance to: casein/dairy, egg, sugar cane, yeast, white potato, coffee, amaranth, blueberry, garlic, kidney beans, sesame, whey, banana, pineapple, pinto beans, radish. Have removed these from diet on 10/28/07.

Not showing intolerance to gluten, wheat, barley, rye, soy, rice, oats or corn at this time, but still totally gluten-free for now.

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