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Member Since 18 Dec 2006
Offline Last Active Sep 02 2010 01:00 PM

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In Topic: Generic Ambein?

03 January 2010 - 08:49 PM

I've taken it for a while w/no problems. Don't know the mfg., but my particular generic tablet has a #74 on one side and #93 on the other. I've taken it for a while...much longer than recommended, but my sleep probs started just before my celiac came on "full-time" and haven't let up. But back to your question, I've not had any reactions to my particular tablet, having used it for a while now.

In Topic: I Am Also Having Problems With Gluten Free Chex

11 July 2009 - 05:02 PM

Put me down for having a problem with the Cinnamon. I can't say I was glutened because my reactions are usually long and bad, but I definitely felt some gut pain for a few hours. I tried a little a couple of days later and felt the same. I've had no probs with the Rice or Honey Nut.

In Topic: G-f National Restaurants?

27 April 2009 - 10:46 AM

I've had good luck at Logan's Roadhouse. They recently added a gluten-free menu (not on website...have to ask for it) and seem up to speed on CC problems.

In Topic: Logan's Roadhouse gluten-free Menu

28 February 2009 - 01:40 PM

Wondering if you may be located close to their corporate hq, was looking online and they have no mention of it. Maybe you are in a test market store, and that is why they have to inform the manager? One more quick question, what were some of the items on the menu? I used to eat there all the time before I was diagnosed and would love to be able to eat there again. Thank you so much!!!!

Most of the steaks were OK and I believe the shrimp skewer and mesquite chicken were on there. Several salads were on it, with instructions to leave off the croutons and bacon bits. There were a few sides on there, some with special ordering instructions. They also had a section with their seasonings that were gluten-free.

It was mentioned on the menu that the waitress was required to inform the manager of the request. I have it at my office and I'll try to scan it and post it on here if possible next week. If I can't do that, I'll try and email it to you if you'd like.

In Topic: Maybe Apple Ceo Steve Jobs Has celiac disease?

14 January 2009 - 02:26 PM

I was diagnosed as having a pancreatic enzyme deficiency due to pancreatic atrophy that was found in the testing prior to my Celiac diagnosis. I was placed on an enzyme replacement for about 4 months before the Celiac was diagnosed. I looked a lot like Steve Jobs now when I was at my lowest point (had gone from 205lbs to 148 lbs in about 8 months). I think Celiac affects so many functions in the body that the symptoms are often diagnosed as the cause.

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