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Judy3

Member Since 12 Nov 2010
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 05:22 PM
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In Topic: Chicago

19 July 2015 - 02:15 PM

My favorite restaurant in Chicago is Quartino.. they are an italian restaurant but have an extensive gluten free menu.    Google it for location and menu 


In Topic: Genetic Test

11 July 2015 - 05:15 PM

Just my opinion but if the child has the genes AND has gluten intolerance already that is Celiac.


In Topic: Help, Please! I Don't Know How To Eat Out Or If I Can?

30 June 2015 - 03:18 AM

Outback I would trust.. other's not sure.   Mexican food is good when you are in a strange place.    ALWAYS tell the waitstaff that you have Celiac.   I know don't want to broadcast but it will help believe me.    Recently, I've been asked is it a choice or an allergy when asking for gluten free.. I'm always upfront and blunt.   Celiac disease, allergy if you must classify it that way, extremely sick if you don't . please be careful!!    Haven't had a problem with my nice but blunt response.   :)    One local restaurant cook even don's gloves to make my breakfast on Saturday mornings   :)       It's doable - I've been at this 5 yrs and at first it seems daunting but it will get easier.. On your trip good luck.   Some of the places I have eaten at when traveling   Outback, Longhorn Steakhouse, Olive Garden, local or chain Mexican (think corn tortillas) , Indian food (just skip the bread), and if at a diner type it's a crapshoot so be careful there.  Oh and last but not least Red Robin!!! 


In Topic: Other Food Sensitivities And Timing

25 June 2015 - 04:00 AM

Hang in there, it takes a long time to heal from the damage of Celiac either initially or a glutening.   Sometimes there isn't an answer to why something pops up again.   Just be vigilante with the diet and keep smiling  :)    I know it's tough I'm almost 5 yrs into this and I still have a day here and there where I wonder what the heck is going on...   Not often anymore but still there.   Foods in their natural state is the best bet until you figure it all out.  Some have a sensitivity to corn so maybe lay off the popcorn for a while and try to reintroduce it later...    again hang in there  :)


In Topic: Looking For A New Acid Relfux Med- Zantac 150?

22 June 2015 - 07:01 AM

I take Omeprezole (prilosec) and I get the generic and have no problems.  I've bought them from various stores Costco, Walmart, Target  etc... and never had a problem 


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