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Baked Foods

Revised April 1, 2005 Authentic Foods Gluten-free flours made in a gluten-free environment Bi-Aglut baked goods Ener-g Foods French Almond Cookies; White Rice Bread; Tapioca Bread; Yeast-free, Gluten-free Brown Rice Bread; Yeast-free, Gluten-free White Rice Food For Life (frozen) Raisin Pecan Bread, Rice Almond Bread, Buthanese Red Rice Bread, China Black Rice Bread, White Rice Bread, Brown...

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Baby Products

Revised April 1, 2005 Baby Magic All lotions and powder Beech Nut Naturals Baby FoodStage 1 - Starter SizeFRUITS: Golden Delicious Applesauce; Chiquita Bananas; Peaches; Bartlett PearsVEGGIES: Tender Sweet Carrots; Tender Sweet Peas; Butternut Squash; Tender Golden Sweet PotatoesStage 1INSTANT CEREAL: Rice CerealJUICES: Apple Juice from concentrate w/Vit.C; Pear Juice from concentrate w/Vit...

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Household Products

Revised April 1, 2005 Ajax (Colgate-Palmolive) All purpose cleaner (Lemon & Ammonia), Cleanser, Dish Liquids (All), Laundry Detergents (Powders & Liquids)Amway Dish Drops; L.O.C Amway Sa8 Bioquest Laundry Detergent.Arm & Hammer Dye and perfume-free laundry detergent (both power and liquid); Pure Baking Soda (can be used as an antacid) Cascade (Proctor & Gamble) All varietiesClorox...

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School Products

Revised April 1, 2005 CRAYOLA ALL Crayola products are gluten-free EXCEPT Crayola Dough. This includes: Markers; Washable markers; 3D markers; Chalk; Oil pastels; Mess Free Color Wonder; Jumping Colors; Model Magic; Crayons (regular, washable and metallic); Colored Pencils; Glue Paint; Silly Putty NOTE: Washable Finger Paints contain Dextrins.ELMER ALL Elmer brand products are gluten-free EXCEPT...

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Snack Foods

Revised April 1, 2005Atkins Cruncher Chips All flavors of the Cruncher's Chips are gluten free (BBQ, Plain, Nacho, and Sour Cream and Onion). Atkins Nutritionals The following bars are listed by Atkins as gluten-free: Almond Brownie, Chocolate Coconut, Chocolate Decadance, Chocolate Peanut Butter, Cookies and Creme, Smores. NOT gluten-free: Chocolate Mocha Crunch, Pralines and Cream, Golden...

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Potatoes

Revised April 1, 2005 A Taste of Thai All products are gluten-free EXCEPT Golden Rice.Albertson's RIVIANA:Boil in a Bag Rice (all brands); Instant Brown Rice (all brands); Instant Rice (all brands); Yellow Rice MixLAMB WESTON:French Fries Regular; Frozen French Fries Steak; Frozen French Fries, Crinkle Fries; Frozen Hash Browns Shredded Potatoes; Frozen Potatoes O' Brien; Hash Browns (Southern...

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Health And Beauty

Revised April 1, 2005 Act AntiCavity Flouride Rinses (Johnson and Johnson) ALL flavors are gluten free Act Flouride (ACT Reach) – (Johnson & Johnson) All flavors EXCEPT GRAPE are gluten free.Active Strip Bandages Adhesive is gluten-free Afta Shave (Colgate-Palmolive) All varietiesAim Toothpaste Almay Pure Tints We have found there are no grain derived ingredients in this product.Almay ...

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Grr

Yup, there again goes my dad ruining my day. Yesterday because of him I had an asthma attack (from anxiety attack). Today out of nowhere he starts yelling at me for having a sore throat. OK I am sick and I have a sore throat, is it my fault that I have no voice?? And then he proceeds to tell me that I am an embarassment to the family. what the hell already, this isnt fair. he doesnt know what...

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Nyc - No Postcards Wish You Were Here

After reading Lindylynns blog about eating in NYC, I wish we had retired there. Of course I hate the humidity, but the eating out sounds great. Coulter has talked about the same things in the dining section. NYC also has wonderful plays to go to. I love the size of the theaters - small. I am also like Mosaics' blog, after you tell about the illness what do you write about. So, I will do...

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July 28, 2005

last couple of days have been good gluten-free-wise. ra has been awful. i've done some walking, that's always good. ds liked the gluten-free bread, I thought it was too heavy. we both liked the flavor of the pancakes but again, it was too heavy for me. I think I would prefer to do without the substitutes, ds would like them again.very tired this morning. ds worked the late shift so we didn...

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Alcoholic Beverages

Absolut Vodka (ve=01/11/2006) VODKA: unflavored only. Flavored…“we can not recommend persons allergic to gluten to consume our flavored products”   Almaden Wines   Alpine Spiced Cider Drink Mixes   Arbor Mist Frozen Wine Blenders All are gluten free.   Armagnac   Bacardi All rums   Bargetto Wines All varieties   Bartles & Jaymes Wine Based Coolers NO...

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Eating, Really Eating

Today's topic is restaurants. Really good ones, not just the chain places like Outback.   I used to love eating out at fine restaurants (OK, and on our yearly road trip from NY to Louisiana to visit my husband's family, it was always Cracker Barrell). So where does a Celiac eat?   On road trips now, the easiest thing is to scout out the nearest Outback or Boston Market. And I pack a cooler w...

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Beverages

Apple & Eve All products are gluten-free   Arizona All varieties manufactured as of October 2002 are gluten-free (newer varieties should be called on for verification)   Arizona, Ferolito Vultaggio & Sons All flavors are gluten-free   Aquafina (Pepsi)   Aquafina Essentials (Pepsi) All Pepsi products are gluten-free.   ASHBYS® of London Teas No gluten in any o...

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Trying This Out..

yeah I can say not really a fan of having these blogs visible to all, gonna have to be careful about what I say on here. Not that I dont love anyone on these boards, but at least on LiveJournal I usually only allow those on my friends lists to see my entries and sometimes not even that. So hmm Ah well I can just copy and paste from there into here and then delete which things I do not want publicly...

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Glutened For The Second Time

Yesterday, I was hungry and I went to the cupboard. I noticed that we had Swoops--those chocolate Pringles-like things. The regular Reeses ones with milk chocolate are OK, so I falsely assumed that these would be--and then decided to check the label after eating FIVE. Way at the bottom of the list, after 'defatted peanuts' was WHEAT FLOUR. There is a hole in my intestine, ladies and gentleman...

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Rating My Blog

So what's up with that? Who wants to rate someone else's blog? What are we supposed to do...indicate that someone's blog is terrible? Or compare it to everyone else's blog and indicate that one is better than all the others? If you ask me, that feature should disappear. In fact, I'm on a mission to find out how to get it off my blog.

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5 Am Meanderings

My body and mind are not in agreement on what we should be doing right now. My body wants to sleep but my mind is quite active. I've made a "To do" list but it won't be still...   So blogging is a good solution. And reading yours. All of us with this crucial part of our lives (eating) in common.   Tomorrow the 17-year old French student my husband and I have been hosting for the last three w...

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So Much For Blogging

I must lead a pretty dull life. I blogged for two days and ran out of things to say.   I told my celiac story, so maybe I'll tell a little about my life...well my blog is supposed to be all about me, right?   I'm a 45 year old married SAHM of two children...21 y.o. daughter and 16 y.o. son and I'm a Christian. I'm also an artist and I love to read.   My husband is an electrical en...

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I Had Beer! (gluten Free Of Course!

Oh heaven, heaven, heaven! I've been gluten free since January 15, 2005 (over 6 months!) and this weekend I had beer for the first time in over a year. I had stopped drinking beer last summer because every time I had it, I would have two and feel hungover for the equivalent amount of days. At this point, I had no idea that I had Celiac's. I just knew that beer made me very, very ill. This weekend...

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Length Of Recovery And Today's Doctor Visit

I was going to address my recovery time, after the diagnosis. But, yesterday was a bad time for me emotionally, because of the doctor appointment today. My recovery is still ongoing after being diagnosed early February of 2004. As soon as I went gluten-free, I noticed a mark improvment right away and thought it would keep going at that pace. It did not. They said I would gain some of my weight...

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Welcome To My World

I haven't really thought this through, so I'll just plunge in. I was born under the sign of Airies, and that's the way we operate First, I'll tell you that I'm happy to be a Celiac. At first I was totally dismayed in disbelief. My Dr. was more surprised that I was. I figure he was expecting to find a malignancy, and he told me he was astounded to discover the Celiac Sprue through the biopsy...

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Gf Birthday

Today is my birthday! I am very fortunate to work with some great people. We have a potluck once a month for everyone on my team whose birthday is that month. We only have 10 people, so it's a manageable thing.Well, this month they had the potluck last week. And they decided to make it a gluten-free potluck. Isn't that kind? I hate to be the center of attention and I hate for the diet to be a...

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Continuing Gluten Free...one Week Now

Well today being Tuesday, July 26th, I am one week gluten-free for the first time in years. Not seeing any improvement in my sleep yet, but I guess that will take time. Not sure if it is the gluten that is causing me my sleep problems. I had a doctor's appointment yesterday and we are going to try Tryptophan for my sleep. So I am anxious to see if that helps in any way. I read on one of the...

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    • The headaches could be triggered by something in her diet besides gluten. Over time, celiacs commonly develop allergies/intolerances to other foods besides those containing gluten. This is because of damage to the mucosal lining of the small bowel which allows larger than normal protein fractions to cross into the blood stream. We call this "leaky gut syndrome."

      Do the headaches happen after every meal?

      Are the headaches migraine class?

      Have you noticed any patterns with the headaches in regard to certain meals or foods your daughter is eating?

      Does she generally eat the same things for say, breakfast or lunch? Keep in mind that allergic reactions can happen up to a day from the time the allergen was consumed. It would be good to keep a food diary until you discover potential triggers to avoid.

      I might suggest you try a bland, simple diet centered around fresh meat and vegetables. Have her try a "low histamine" diet. You can look that up for more particulars but it would include avoiding things that are canned, pickled or aged/fermented. Many fruits and especially dried ones are typically high in histamines. I am a migraine suffer so I am speaking from some experience. "Fresh" is a key word here because essentially all foods increase in histamine content over time.

      Has your daughter started taking any new vitamins/supplements/meds are started using shampoo or other topical beauty aids that might contain gluten? Some people are are really gluten sensitive and can get reactions transdermally.

      Edited by trents

    • Is it possible she’s getting cross-contamination, which usually happens if you eat out, or that she could been cheating on her diet?


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