cooked shrimp, gluten-free cocktail sauce, Lays Stax, Glutino pretzels, gluten-free hormel turkey pepperoni, and nut thins.
Nor_TX~ Not to tell you what to do, but to suggest something here...
In looking at this list, the only thing that's a "whole food" is the shrimp. Many of us have found that it's better to eat completely whole, unprocessed foods at first until we get things under control. For this meal, it could have been shrimp, some steamed veggies, and plain white or brown rice. I know it's sounds REALLY boring, but by depending on Lays, Glutino, Hormel and Blue Diamond to be completely contaminate-free in all of their processing is kinda like playing Russian roulette with your health. Better at this point to keep it simple, clean, and totally gluten-free. You won't have to eat like this forever -- just until you feel better for say... a week or two. Then add one thing at a time, testing each food item individually to see whether you can tolerate it. If you still feel good after 4-5 days of the new item, then add another. It's called an elimination diet, and it does work.