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#690611 Any Celiacs Who Decided To Be Completely Grain-Free?

Posted by on 08 April 2011 - 06:58 AM

I have two friends who are Celiac and corn intolerant (they are problably GRAIN intolerant and don't know it yet!). They cannot eat EGGS that come from hens that are fed corn because all their gluten-like symtpoms return and their inflammation becomes VERY painful within hours. One of them keeps their own hens and feeds them their daily grain-free leftovers.

I have found this Corn Allergy List very helpful: http://www.cornaller...lergen-list.php
I did not realize corn was in over 1000 items.

Next I shall try to find a "Rice Allergy List."

Also, I switched all my cats to "grain-free cat food" (it is turkey and peas now) because a Celiac veterinarian noticed that when he put his animal patients on grain-free diets, their seizures went away and their health problems completely improved. Researchers have now discovered the "Celiac" Irish Setter and now believe many, many other animals are intolerant to grains. When we put one of our cat on a grain-free diet, her very grouchy personality has improved and she now lets us hold her.
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#685979 Gluten-Free, Legume-Free, Dairy-Free, Grain-Free, Nightshade-Free Vegan

Posted by on 23 March 2011 - 05:19 AM

If you still haven't found anything, there is an Australian company called, 'Ethical Nutrients'. They make a probiotic that states on the label that it is free of gluten, corn, dairy (if you get the dairy free version) and a whole bunch of other things. It doesn't specifically mention soy, but I got the pharmacist to call the company and was told that they said there was no soy in the product. It's called, 'Inner Health Plus Dairy Free' and I did a quick search and the company website says they are able to ship to the US, assuming that's where you are.

Thank you very much for doing so! Thank you, thank you!
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