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Mahee34

Two Different Items....two Possible Glutens

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So i was pretty sick for awhile and couldn't figure out why....turns out Apple Cider was the problem....I read the ingredients and everything seemed totally fine, but it just made me ridiculously sick....I wouldn't have figured out what the problem was if it weren't for my mom making me a completely gluten free meal and me having apple cider with the meal. Anyone else know of anything like this?

Secondly..........everytime I have Hunts tomato paste/sauce I get that uh oh feeling in my stomach and spend quite some time in the bathroom....everything seems harmless in the label, but this has happened like four or five times....any one know anything??

And what about splenda, can we have splenda....

haha sorry for all the questions, i've had them building up for quite some time.

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I don't know about the cider. I do know that many people are a little sensitive to tomato products...I'm one of them, as well as my brother. It could be the acid within the product. Also, though I (luckily) tolerate Splenda well, I've read many accounts of people not handling it well, as in using the bathroom a lot, feeling nauseous, etc. A lot of people just can't do sugar subs...hth!

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Fake sugars make some gassy (even diaherra if too much is eaten). But, splenda is gluten free. Not sure about the apple cider....are "spices" listed as an ingrediant? I've been glutened before by "spices", thinking that they would certainly list anything harmful....does not seem to be the case though.

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cider makes me have to run to the bathroom! not sure why...acidity? i've just always been that way....

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I have noticed with kids (do not have celiac disease) that apple juice is great for constipation. I am not sure what it is about the juice.

Hez

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Also, what type of cider are you drinking? Has it been pasturized? Unpasturized can have bacteria in it and create diarrhea too...

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Secondly..........everytime I have Hunts tomato paste/sauce I get that uh oh feeling in my stomach and spend quite some time in the bathroom....everything seems harmless in the label, but this has happened like four or five times....any one know anything??

For years and years I've noticed that COOKED tomatoes seem to upset me terribly...for example, spaghetti made with tomato sauce always gave me a bad time and horrible heartburn. Yet, fresh tomato slices didn't seem to bother me.

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Yea--Sometimes tomato sauce gives me indigestion but fresh tomato never does. Probably because the tomatoes are more concentrated, then the added spices on top of that.

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