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Yea um I was a tinge glutened! I ate some Tuna and when I ate it! I looked because then my gut! Then the puke! Then I looked and yea it had soy! In it! OMG really? Ughhh I am at our cabin I came up here with the bare stuff I needed! Then this! Are you kidding me? Yea I puked ,fell to the floor and laid there for a few hrs. I am ok now! Are you kidding me!!! Tuna? What was I thinking?? Why why why? OMG I have been sooooooo good! The one thing I did not look at! And hello it is a packaged thing! I was on a no packaged diet for a month! ughh I did so well! I could so kick my self! It's the foil package Not the can I bet the can is better. Ohh who cares at this point? I don't. 

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Yea um I was a tinge glutened! I ate some Tuna and when I ate it! I looked because then my gut! Then the puke! Then I looked and yea it had soy! In it! OMG really? Ughhh I am at our cabin I came up here with the bare stuff I needed! Then this! Are you kidding me? Yea I puked ,fell to the floor and laid there for a few hrs. I am ok now! Are you kidding me!!! Tuna? What was I thinking?? Why why why? OMG I have been sooooooo good! The one thing I did not look at! And hello it is a packaged thing! I was on a no packaged diet for a month! ughh I did so well! I could so kick my self! It's the foil package Not the can I bet the can is better. Ohh who cares at this point? I don't. 

 

 

 

For people reading this, a clarification - SOY is not gluten.  Soy does not contain gluten.  The OP might have a separate issue with soy.

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For people reading this, a clarification - SOY is not gluten.  Soy does not contain gluten.  The OP might have a separate issue with soy.

You are so right! I think I have a problem with Soy! I noticed another time I ate something started having a problem look at the ing. and it had soy. I automatically thought "it doesn't have Gluten" so I kinda dismissed it. It feels as tho I have been glutened. But Soy is bothering me. 

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Stick with the whole foods diet.. that seems to cause you the least trouble. Sorry you got hit with soy!

 

Ditto to what Karen said.

Yea I have been doing so good! I was up north! I bought some Tuna so I wouldn't have to go to the store when I got up there. So much for the good intentions! 

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yah, and most times, when an ingredient list says: " vegetable oil ", it's soybean oil...... 

 

you can get tuna that is packed in water  :)

This was in a foil packaged not a can it didn't have Oil or water ... I guess back to the whole foods diet!! 

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Yea um I was a tinge glutened! I ate some Tuna and when I ate it! I looked because then my gut! Then the puke! Then I looked and yea it had soy! In it! OMG really? Ughhh I am at our cabin I came up here with the bare stuff I needed! Then this! Are you kidding me? Yea I puked ,fell to the floor and laid there for a few hrs. I am ok now! Are you kidding me!!! Tuna? What was I thinking?? Why why why? OMG I have been sooooooo good! The one thing I did not look at! And hello it is a packaged thing! I was on a no packaged diet for a month! ughh I did so well! I could so kick my self! It's the foil package Not the can I bet the can is better. Ohh who cares at this point? I don't. 

 

 

 

You are so right! I think I have a problem with Soy! I noticed another time I ate something started having a problem look at the ing. and it had soy. I automatically thought "it doesn't have Gluten" so I kinda dismissed it. It feels as tho I have been glutened. But Soy is bothering me. 

 

 

To be clear - You originally put this in the "coping" with Celiac disease section and claimed that soy "glutened" you.  As soy isn't considered a "gluten containing grain" this is a very misleading and false statement.  

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To be clear - You originally put this in the "coping" with Celiac disease section and claimed that soy "glutened" you.  As soy isn't considered a "gluten containing grain" this is a very misleading and false statement. 

Yes I did Originally put this with "Coping" with Celiac disease section that said Soy "Glutened" me. I got it from this article looking up why I would of had a problem. http://celiacdisease.about.com/od/Gluten-Free-Grains/f/Is-Soy-Gluten-Free.htm . It says 

 

Soybeans commonly are grown in rotation with wheat crops. That means the farmers use the same fields to grow soy and wheat, along with the same combines to harvest them, the same storage facilities to keep them and the same trucks to transport them to market. As a result, soy can be subject to gluten cross-contamination— in some cases, lots of gluten cross-contamination.

 

For example, a 2010 study by celiac dietitian Tricia Thompson on gluten in so-called 'gluten-free' grainsfound that soy was one of the worst offenders — in fact, one sample of soy flour contained a whopping2,925 parts per million of gluten (for comparison, less than 20 parts per million generally is considered "gluten-free," although many people react to even less gluten than that).

The article goes on. And there are other articles out there thats say Soy is CC'd with Gluten as much as Oats are. That's why I said I was Glutened.  I am so sorry I did put this in the wrong spot. I was told to watch that. I will.  But this is the reason I said I was Glutened. 

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W8in, you also MAY have gotten "corned" from the lining in the foil packet. They have stopped making that and the lining in most cans out of that BPA plastic, and now very often the plastic is made from the protein in corn. I know corn bothers you as it does me. Although if I stay "clean" I can tolerate corn starch (because there is little to no protein in it), I can't safely eat anything out of a can or foil pouch. (Nor a clear plastic bottle either.)

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(my quote button is still not working - unless it's me + new computer???????????  I don't know why that would be.....)

 

anyways,w8n4, if it wasn't packed in anything, why do you think it had soy?  just plain tuna doesn't have it.  what were the ingredients in it?  those little pouches are vacuum sealed...

 

(barty - really?  wow, that's a bummer :(  )

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They have stopped making that and the lining in most cans out of that BPA plastic, and now very often the plastic is made from the protein in corn. I know corn bothers you as it does me. Although if I stay "clean" I can tolerate corn starch (because there is little to no protein in it), I can't safely eat anything out of a can or foil pouch. (Nor a clear plastic bottle either.)

 

I'm confused, what can be a problem eating something out of a can? What does it have to do with BPA plastic and corn? I'm sensitive to corn and I eat some things out of cans every day because I have to eat vegetables and fruit so much it gets exhausting keeping produce fresh, shopping often etc. I don't think it's causing a problem, but I've never heard this before. I don't have a problem with BPA that I'm aware of, but I just became very sensitive to all fragrances in products which is completely new for me. So, I sort of don't know what I'll be sensitive to at this point. Very interested to know more about this.

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FruitE, BPA's are that compound in oil based plastic that has caused such a stir in the past few years. It has been completely taken out of baby food jars and all other kid's plastic food/liquid containers, and many companies have removed it from ALL of their containers. I'm sure there are still SOME of the old ones left, but how to tell?

 

Here are a couple of articles about it. One is from the government, one is "About dot com". In the "About" article, the writer claims the new plastic is made from sugar cane, but read the comments. Most of it is from corn.

 

I read up about it after reacting to a bottle of water, and sure enough, it is the protein they use, which is why I and so many other corn intolerant people react.

 

 

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I know about BPA plastic, and I thought it was a thing of the past for plastic bottles, water especially. I drink bottled water all the time and I don't think I've had trouble with it, but problems with cans having a plastic lining? That is something I haven't heard before. I'm also not familiar with corn as a possibility in plastic. I'm really surprised about that one.

 

I'm also going to have to look up more about eating things out of cans. There seems no end to doing research online since I started having all my food intolerances. Thanks for the info and the articles!

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The cloudy plastic that gallons of water (and milk) usually come in are OK, at least for now. It's the crystal clear plastic that you find individual servings of water (and soda) come in that could be a problem.

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(my quote button is still not working - unless it's me + new computer???????????  I don't know why that would be.....)

 

anyways,w8n4, if it wasn't packed in anything, why do you think it had soy?  just plain tuna doesn't have it.  what were the ingredients in it?  those little pouches are vacuum sealed...

 

(barty - really?  wow, that's a bummer :(  )

I say that because It said ingredients : Tuna , soy salt. 

But it wasn't juicy and didn't need water or anything squeezed out of it. 

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W8in, you also MAY have gotten "corned" from the lining in the foil packet. They have stopped making that and the lining in most cans out of that BPA plastic, and now very often the plastic is made from the protein in corn. I know corn bothers you as it does me. Although if I stay "clean" I can tolerate corn starch (because there is little to no protein in it), I can't safely eat anything out of a can or foil pouch. (Nor a clear plastic bottle either.)

That makes sense! I have very bad reactions to corn. I had no idea that the package itself could be a problem. It is always a guessing game! So from now on! I may either can my own Tuna , or eat it fresh! Thanks for  the info. And to the Mods I am so sorry I put this in the wrong thread. I will be very careful from now on. Sometimes It is confusing on what thread to put things in. But I will try and look very carefully before I start a thread.

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