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Chippy28

Member Since 30 Mar 2013
Offline Last Active May 15 2013 06:51 PM
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In Topic: Ag Haircare Products

28 April 2013 - 09:59 AM

This is a way that some businesses try to convince people their product has added value.

Some people will do ok with hydrolyzed products, others won't. Some will say its gluten-free, others will say it isn't. Since there isn't a gluten-free standard in the US for food or drugs - they can say whatever they want.

I wouldn't use it, but that's me.

 

Thanks, that is exactly what I needed to know!:)


In Topic: Ag Haircare Products

26 April 2013 - 08:28 PM

Thanks for the info.  Now that I have had a few weeks to wrap my head around the diet portion of being gluten-free, I am beginning to look at all of the products that I use on myself.  My symptoms pre-dx were minimal, but I believe I was accidentally glutened earlier this week and well, I never want to do that again!! ;)   I figure that gluten is so prevalent that I am planning on replacing all of my products with gluten-free ones to try to avoid cross contamination as much as possible.  However, I am confused if hydrolyzed wheat and oat proteins are truly gluten-free or if this is just AG's way of saying that they are gluten free.


In Topic: Newbie With Questions

24 April 2013 - 07:46 PM

so "they" say.  :) all I can tell you is she does not have an overt reaction, if that is helpful to you.

 

Yeah definitely helpful!  Thanks again!:)


In Topic: Newbie With Questions

23 April 2013 - 09:27 PM

My Mom takes the low gluten hosts. She does not have any problem with them.

They are the same "safe level" as any other certified gluten-free product.

 

I ordered them for her from here:

 

http://altarbreadsbs...f965604de4f1011

 

Thank you!!  It is good to know that they are "safe" for celiacs. :)


In Topic: Newbie With Questions

22 April 2013 - 07:59 PM

Thanks again for all of the information! 

 

Are the low-gluten communion hosts okay for Celiacs?  I didn't have many obvious symptoms prior to dx, so I am worried that if I get glutened that I won't actually know it.

 

I have been gluten-free for 2.5 weeks and so far so good.  I don't seem to be dealing with gluten withdrawal, but I am missing eating out desperately.  I actually broke down for the first time since dx this weekend when I turned down a dinner invitation.  Hopefully that will be the next skill I master!:)