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Homemade Chicken Broth Making Me Sick?
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I am severely sensitive to gluten. A glutening can debilitate me for @5 weeks.

My dietician in the celiac clinic has me drinking bone broth throughout the day to promote healing. I make big pots of it and drink it like tea.

From the beginning of the chicken broth, i have felt weird. A little sick to my stomach, bloated and just weird. To the point where I force myself to drink it.

Is there a possibility there is something injjected into chicken parts? I used a whole chicken and 6lbs of wings. I think the chicken was natural....but not the wings.. Which I have eaten before, not in broth, but never had a problem.

Any idea?

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I have problems with chicken in general. I am sensitive to very low levels of gluten. I did find a source for while which was pasture fed which I could eat with abandon. They were the only thing processed in the facility. I don't think that the gluten gets into the meat from the chickens eating it. I saw a video on youtube of a chicken processing facility and they were washed by submersion in a cleaning bath. That seemed like a possible cc source to me.

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I have problems with chicken as in I can no longer eat chicken or anything with chicken in it or I get sick. It has nothing to do with the processing of the chicken ,, I just plain can not tolerate chicken. But I have no problem with turkey .

Try making your bone broth with turkey and see how you feel.

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I will try the turkey! Thanks.

I was allergic to chicken and about 40plus other foods when celiacs took hold and brought me to my knees. I have been battling with 2 consecutive glutenings that seem to level me for 5 weeks. So if my chicken sensitivity comes back, that would not surprise me.

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