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PLGW2012

Member Since 11 Mar 2013
Offline Last Active Dec 20 2013 12:42 PM
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#900042 Am I Accidentally Glutening My Daughter?

Posted by on 17 December 2013 - 10:37 PM

Wow, thanks so much for the replies. This is so frustrating, because I start to feel like we have it down, then we learn about something new, like cross-contamination! We've been careful with peanut butter and jelly jars, but the pots and pans never occurred to me.

I did stop using regular flour, because I read that it stays in the air, and now the whole family eats almond flour and coconut flour baked goods instead. But the other kids still eat regular bread and tortillas. The rest of us have all tested negative for celiac, but I that either my husband or I must have it because it's genetic.

I'm glad you all replied, because now I feel more comfortable insisting on follow up tests. I assume if she's not improving, we need to be more careful, right? Or is there something else that would need to be done?

Thank you all so much!
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