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IrishHeart

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In Topic: Does Anyone React To Pacific Organic Chicken Broth?

10 November 2014 - 05:33 AM

About $70 for 5 strips.

 

What (I think) you can do is make a mash of your entire diet, and test it with a single stick.

 

http://glutentox.com/shop/

 

You should only test one food at a time. A mash up of several food items is too many food proteins and you'd have no control factor.


In Topic: Does Anyone React To Pacific Organic Chicken Broth?

09 November 2014 - 02:43 PM

I use this broth all the time and have never had a problem. Kind regards, IH


In Topic: Study: Gluten Isn't Only Culprit In Celiac Disease - Monroe News Star

09 November 2014 - 02:40 PM

Well, if you read the article, it states " new research suggests these folks may also react to non-gluten wheat proteins."

 

So, it is also all the OTHER proteins in WHEAT   that trigger our symptoms. It's not any additional foods, it's nothing new for those of us with celiac because  it's still wheat we shouldn't be eating.  

 

It's bigger news for non-celiacs because :

Now several studies hint that so-called gluten sensitivity might not always be caused by gluten. In some cases, the problem may be entirely different proteins—or even some carbohydrates. “We're so used to dealing with gluten as the enemy, but it might actually be something else,” says David Sanders, who teaches gastroenterology at the University of Sheffield in England. Joseph Murray, a gastroenterologist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., agrees: “I'm starting to feel more uncomfortable calling it nonceliac gluten sensitivity. I think it might be better to call it nonceliac wheat sensitivity.”

In laboratory tests, wheat proteins known as amylase-trypsin inhibitors have stimulated immune cells in plastic wells to release inflammatory molecules called cytokines that can overexcite the immune system. In laboratory tests, wheat proteins known as amylase-trypsin inhibitors have stimulated immune cells in plastic wells to release inflammatory molecules called cytokines that can overexcite the immune system. 


In Topic: For All My Corn Intolerant Friends

09 November 2014 - 02:31 PM

We know where you are  :ph34r:

 

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In Topic: For All My Corn Intolerant Friends

09 November 2014 - 11:31 AM

well, the secretary hadn't disavowed any knowledge of your actions, so, there's that   B)

 

and now, consider me back on sabbatical  ^_^