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After the recent Cheerios recall by General Mills, I am nervous about which supposedly 'Gluten Free' cereals are actually safe to eat! I am a newly diagnosed Celiac and have been having trouble finding which brands are best at avoiding cross contamination to keep me from getting sick. 

Any suggestions???

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Cheerios is its own brand of crazy!  :o Don't let it scare you away from cereals that are done right!

There are many safe gluten-free cereals - Chex ( except the wheat one), Speical K gluten-free, enviro kid, Van's, etc.  


 

 

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There are many certified gluten free cereals that can be found in health food stores.  But no matter where we travel in the US, we can always rely on Chex corn or rice cereals found in any grocery store.   Hubby doctors them up with dried or fresh fruits and nuts.  


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After the recent Cheerios recall by General Mills, I am nervous about which supposedly 'Gluten Free' cereals are actually safe to eat! I am a newly diagnosed Celiac and have been having trouble finding which brands are best at avoiding cross contamination to keep me from getting sick. 

Any suggestions???

Well try to consume more Gluten Free Steel Cut Oats ( Those are Hot Cereals) they are really good and healthy with lots of healthy calories in it. I don't know where you are coming from but i think they are all over the globe. Find them in large markets under the name of Arrowhead Mills

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