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  4. Yes, as long as they are not somehow contaminated with gluten all vegetables should be safe and gluten-free.
  5. Can I eat cucumbers while having celiac disease
  6. Celiac.com 05/30/2020 - A savory marriage of cheese, herbs, eggs, and fresh asparagus, this tasty frittata offers a perfect way to celebrate the flavors of spring, and is sure to be a standout at...
  7. You can have soy! Just make sure the soy sauce is marked gluten free! When newly diagnosed, besides reacting to gluten which sets off an autoimmune response, many celiacs have concurrent intolerances or allergies to other foods. This has been attributed to a damaged, leaky gut. Every celiac...
  8. Celiac.com 05/30/2020 - Recently, I posted a query to ICORS Listserv’s celiac email group listing the following symptoms of hypochondria as found on the Mayo Clinic website: Excessive fear o...
  9. I was on the AutoImmune Paleo Protocol diet (which promotes intestinal healing) and decided to expand my diet to include basmati rice and quinoa. I got sick with headaches and upset tummy. So, I'd go back to the AIP diet and after a few days, I'd feel a bit better. I did some investigation...
  10. NO judgement here. I’ve been in your shoes and Its. SO. Hard. My advice would be to surround yourself with gluten free snacks at all times. Try to have some salty and some sweet to curb any craving. Fruit is great and often cheaper than gluten-free products. whenever you’re feeling tempted, pi...
  11. Hello, I have been gluten free for about four years due to celiac disease but struggle with staying gluten free. I know that I could get cancer or other serious illnesses. I live in a house of gluten eaters so I am surrounded by gluten but I can not move or get away from it due to financial...
  12. I need a copy of this list lol will save me a lot of pain and confusion. Just figuring out that I can't tolerate inulin as an ingredient. I think I'm fine eating whole foods like onions and garlic but when an ingredient list has inulin or Chicory root fiber listed I have a reaction similar to gluten...
  13. I understand that most soy sauces have gluten, however I don't know if that means I have to totally cut all soy from my diet. Forexample, some products have soy lecithin so is that okay or not okay. Also, I have only very recently found out I have Celiac disease and although I think I've done...
  14. The problem with Gluten-Free Watchdog is that you have to pay to get the information, and any test they run may show that the product is Gluten-Free at the moment they test it. However, they cannot test a large enough samples of any product to ensure year around safety. They give you a false sense...
  15. Consider subscribing to the Gluten Free Watchdog. They test products. It is kind of a mini “Consumer Reports” for those who need to be gluten free. They have tested many products and out of those about 98 or 99% are labeled correctly and are safe for celiacs. I love it! Of course, eac...
  16. Is is possible that the Canadian brand was Little Northern Bakehouse:
  17. Karwei5, You might try some Niacinamide....it has been shown to help some DH sufferer's...not sure if it will work in your son's case... Here is a study about it.... https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30390734/ I am in the middle of hay season so I might not answer right away.....
  18. first thing my doctor told me is that if you can see all the ingredients in front of you it's always going to be safe. shop in the produce section, especially now that its summer and everything is in season. i wouldn't recommend eating fast food, even if it's gluten free, they're hiring a lot of...
  19. GFinDC, yes you're right, It's better to stick with whole foods, bacon n eggs for breakfast, etc. I never even buy those sugar loaded cereals, but this time I gave in to her petition and decided to satisfy her craving. The good thing is she won't want to eat it again, which is the best way to go...
  20. Knitty Kitty, thank you so much for your advice and all the helpful info. I will definitely discuss this with her nutritionist, maybe she is missing some important vitamins since her diet is limited and, as you said, most gluten free foods don't have the same fortified nutrition requirements as the...
  21. Hmm, I don't think a paleo diet includes brownies? Anything with lots of ingredients should be off the menu if you are trying to identify food intolerances. That includes things like brownies, cookies, etc. You can always add processed foods into your diet after your digestive system is in...
  22. It looks like Fruity Pebbles has 35% of the daily thiamine RDA. But it also has canola oil which can be hard to digest for some people. https://www.postconsumerbrands.com/pebbles/ It is simpler and better to avoid all processed foods for 6 months or longer after going gluten-free. You...
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  24. Celiac disease is like a chameleon and symptoms can change. I think you were diagnosed by a Naturopath and I am not sure your tests (saliva, if I recall) were the standard blood tests. Blood in your stool can be something serious. You should see a medical doctor. Know that Ulcerative Colitis...
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