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In Topic: Too Old To Have Problems With Gluten

15 May 2010 - 09:04 PM

My great-grandma was diagnosed at the ripe old age of 83. So no it is deffinetly wrong. Also

My mom was diagnosed via the gluten challenge at the age of 62.

In Topic: Gluten Free Goldfish Crackers

03 May 2010 - 08:14 PM

There is a company that makes gluten-free bunny cookies, they are like the cookie goldfish they used to make (or maybe they still make them?) Anyway, they are chocholate and vanilla mixed into one box. The company is Annie's, maybe they will work on a cheese bunny. Maybe this would be a good substitute and the other kids would want his cookies?

In Topic: Monavie Acai Blend Anyone Try?

21 April 2010 - 03:29 PM

No it is still within the shelf life. I just looked, still have one bottle. I only drank it cold. I tried another form of the acai berry drink and it still had that similar taste.

In Topic: Monavie Acai Blend Anyone Try?

20 April 2010 - 07:40 PM

I was given a case of it for free from a friend of a friend, who swore by it. I sure would have been mad if I had paid that much for it. I have had absolutely no health benefits from it. I didn't feel any different from it. I thought as bad as it tastes (kinda like soy sauce)it had to do something, so I kept drinking it. But no nothing.

My acupuncurist recomends eating the berries by themselves. You can get them dried like a raisin from any chinese medicine formulatory. It's alot cheaper and a pure form.

In Topic: I Am Thinking This Is Hogwash- Super Gluten

20 April 2010 - 07:07 PM

It probably is true to a degree. European wheat and or spelt does a have a lower content of gluten. But just because they were able to eat it without getting sick, it doesn't mean they aren't causing silent damage. In the beginning of my celiac I was told I culd eat spelt bread and did. If I ate one slice I was fine. But if I ate 2 slices I got the classic stomach problems. I figured out pretty quickly that it was not gluten free. By me eating one slice I was getting silent damage.

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