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Serenity1366

Member Since 27 Jun 2013
Offline Last Active Jul 12 2013 01:16 AM
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In Topic: Any Uk People Joined Celiac Uk

04 July 2013 - 12:14 PM

 hi , 

i havent been to the site for a while, may have a look later on.the fair doesnt sound good - if you cant get gluten free at a celiac fair where can you get it?? i cant do dairy either or potato-which is in  nearly all gluten free goods.its plain wholefoods for me .

lol,  yes starch for me too.   I registered with Juvela, they have sent me a couple of loaves of bread and today I received a starter pack.  Which I think is really nice, I know they are promoting their products, but I still think it's nice.


In Topic: How To Cope While Waiting For Biopsy?

04 July 2013 - 12:08 PM

I have to have the biopsy caus in norway, that is the only test that is considerd 'valid'. Also, only my DGP-IgG was positive, not the rest, so i 'have' to take the biopsy på be like 110% sure, not just 90-95%... The reason why I chose to do it is mostly becaus of my little girl, and also the financial support.

It is quite obvious that my body can not handle gluten, but if that is due to celiac, that changes alot, so i want to know for sure. Well, beginning to feel like i should just call off the whole ting, but I'll try manage.

 

Freeme, good luck to you!

And Serenity, I hope you can make a desition that you feel goo about

My thoughts are with you Mum in Norway. x


In Topic: The Song Name Game

02 July 2013 - 11:14 AM

"Boom Bang-a-Bang"  Lulu


In Topic: Modified Maize Starch

02 July 2013 - 11:10 AM

This topic is more than six years old.

"Maize" is the scientific name for corn, and is used in many European countries as the name instead of "corn." Corn is gluten-free.

During the healing process, you may have reactions to foods, even though they are gluten-free. Perhaps the chilli?

If you are in Canada or the USA, modified starch is not a worry unless the word "wheat" appears on the label. MFS is almost never wheat, but if it is the law requires that wheat be disclosed on the label.

Thank you for your reply. oops I am still blindly stumblying around the site. :unsure:
 I checked their website and it had wheat gluten in it.  The allergy warning on the package didn't say wheat, but on the website it stated Allergy Warning - Wheat Gluten. And here's the thing...on another page it says it is suitable by showing the cross grain.  Confused? :blink:  I am

In Topic: Any Uk People Joined Celiac Uk

02 July 2013 - 11:01 AM

I must say I was not impressed with the Food Fair.  It was all cakes, biscuits and cereals.

 

One stall asked me to sample their bread, but did not know what was in it (dried milk powder, when I checked)  it had Country Life butter on it.  Being Lactose Intolerant, I thought I would give it a miss. :rolleyes:

 

And on top of that; the restaurant did not have gluten-free sandwiches or soya milk so I couldn't even have a cup of tea :( .

 

The one and only time I stupidly thought I could eat out and be safe...stupid, stupid, stupid (bangs head against wall).