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    Additional Things to Beware of to Maintain a 100% Gluten-Free Diet

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    • Rice and soy beverages because their production process may utilize barley enzymes.
    • Bad advice from health food store employees (i.e., that spelt and/or kamut is/are safe for celiacs).
    • Cross-contamination between food store bins selling raw flours and grains (usually via the scoops).
    • Wheat-bread crumbs in butter, jams, toaster, counter, etc.
    • Lotions, creams and cosmetics (primarily for those with dermatitis herpetaformis).
    • Toothpaste and mouthwash.
    • Medicines: many contain gluten.
    • Cereals: most contain malt flavoring, or some other non-gluten-free ingredient.
    • Some brands of rice paper.
    • Sauce mixes and sauces (soy sauce, fish sauce, catsup, mustard, mayonnaise, etc.).
    • Ice cream.
    • Packet & canned soups.
    • Dried meals and gravy mixes.
    • Laxatives.
    • Grilled restaurant food - gluten contaminated grill.
    • Fried restaurant foods - gluten contaminated grease.
    • Ground spices - wheat flour is sometimes used to prevent clumping.

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    Diagnosed June '07, 3-month testing for anemia & celiac marker showed marked improvement. I'd been drinking Rice Milk for this past week & used up the end for gluten-free pancakes yesterday. I knew I'd been getting sicker again, but couldn't pinpoint the culprit. Saw this article last night, shocked to see Rice Milk at the top. Sure enough, when I retrieved the carton from the garbage, it was stated at the end of ingredients! I'd been so diligent all summer, how did I miss it? Just proves you should never let down your guard. I read labels throughout the grocery store, but how this got by my scrutiny, I'll never know!

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    I have celiac disease and I am constantly worrying about different products, this is very helpful. I read labels and sometimes find it confusing. I have been on a gluten free diet since 2003. My celiac disease is called 'refractory,' but I manage. This site is very helpful...thanks.

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    Excellent site as I'm newly diagnosed with celiac disease, though very careful I'm not always well after going to restaurants--I insist on having only grilled meat and vegetables...

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