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Hello I just got my results back and I am gluten and casein sensitive. I have been gluten-free but casein is new to me. I know it is milk protein but is that in all dairy foods? Like butter, cheese, sour cream things like that? And so if I find a gluten-free cookie that has butter in it would that be bad for me? In other words is it like gluten-free that when I go to the store I need to check all labels for casien or milk? Would hidden amounts hurt me? What if I didn't get symptoms would it hurt my intestines from healing? I am just curious I can't seem to find much info on this.

--I know I see a lot of people on here that are both gulten and casien sensitive how do you get calcium do I need to take supplements?

_I know this is a lot of questions but I am just so curious now. I took on the gluten-free challenge so now I am taking on the CF challenge.

thanks

Kayla

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I am also casein sensitive, but I haven't been compliant. I am getting tested again on the 29th.

You might want to search the internet for information on the gluten free casein free diet. There are actually alot of resources available because they've discovered that autistic kids do better on this diet. There is a huge network of parents who know all about what is both gluten and casein free. They sell books, etc. I don't have the link right now but you can search for it.

Good luck!

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thank you I have been searching the internet and I did find that a lot of autistic kids go on the Gluten-free Casein-free diet. I am learning more but still I need to learn more about it. I would apperciate any site that you could find. I think I need to get a Gluten-free Casein-free cookbook and see what I can come up with.

thank you for your information good luck in finding out what you can and can't eat.

thanks again

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Hi KayJay

I'm gluten and casein sensitive...yes, anything with milk products in it would probably not be good for you. It also depends on how sensitive you are to it. For instance, Lindt dark chocolate 'may contain traces of milk', but I still have it anyway. And the ingredient list doesn't always say specifically something that you know comes from milk (like some non-dairy creamers, that have sodium CASEINate in them, which is a milk derivative), so you have to watch out and if there's anything you're suspicious of, it would be best to look the company up and make sure it's casein-free.

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