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Glutened? How To Handle?

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I accidentally started eating a chip that was not gluten free. Realized the mistake and spit it out before I swallowed. Afterwards I brushed my teeth, flossed and rinsed several times. Can I be glutened even though I did not swallow the food? Having a very tough time recently due to antibiotic usage and some accidental cross contamination issues during holiday travel and am kicking myself for this happening in my own home!

This is the first time I have consumed an actual gluten item in two years. Do charcoal tablets work? Anything else I can do to help? (I am off probiotics for the time being due to an upcoming SiBO breath test so cannot do that)

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No!!!! Charcoal Tablets....please.  You may be fine but if you did ingest a bit it is an autoimmune reaction and you can't stop that.  Charcoal will absorb everything....including nutrients, vitamins, mediations, fluids.   Chances are you will be fine.

 

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I made a mistake and grabbed someone's beer on NYE (thinking it was my bottle of gluten-free hard cider).  I induced vomitting but I started hurting yesterday and am really sick today.  Never heard of charcol tablets. gluten-free Lover- did you say yes charcoal or no- never take charcoal.  It is too late for me now obviously but for future refrence.

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No charcoal. It is given for poisoning and drug overdoes depending on what was ingested. it is not going to stop the autoimmune process though.


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I made a mistake and grabbed someone's beer on NYE (thinking it was my bottle of gluten-free hard cider).  I induced vomitting but I started hurting yesterday and am really sick today.  Never heard of charcol tablets. gluten-free Lover- did you say yes charcoal or no- never take charcoal.  It is too late for me now obviously but for future refrence.

NO to charcoal tablets.  It doesn't to any good and will suck any nutrients right out of your body and cause constipation.  Plus, it's really nasty when it comes out the other end.  Activated Charcoal is typically used for Overdose cases and Toxic ingestion.  Celiac is Autoimmune and the charcoal will have no effect.

 

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