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How Do I Know If This Is A Bad Reaction To Soy

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Hello :) ,

I have been totally gluten free for 3 weeks now. I've been extremely careful on making sure I have not consumed any gluten. This morning I have experienced something I have never experienced before, and am wondering if anyone of you can shed some light on it...

I'm not eating gluten in any form.

I am eating soy, dairy, nuts, everything else at the moment.

This morning I had Panda Puffs peanut butter gluten-free cereal, with Silk Soy milk, and then a tiny bit of Gluten Free hash browns from whole foods... Folger's regular Coffee, with Silk Coffee Creamer French Vanilla.

Other than it being a "big" breakfast, everything has been checked out for gluten, I even called the companies.

I got extremely nauseaus, my stomach was killing me, it was so bad I was hovering over the toilet for about 40 minutes waiting to throw up. Wanting to throw up. I felt horrible. I finally put a heating pad on my belly on high, no cover, practically right on my bare skin, it hurt so bad, and after about 30 minutes of heat, the pain and nausea got better.

I'm thinking this is a reaction to soy????

I'm not sure, never had this reaction before, but now that I'm gluten free, I've heard sometimes you start to react differently to other foods.

Any advice on what this could be??? :unsure:

Kim07, thanks

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Who makes the Panda Puffs? Is it Nature Path? If so...I got a reaction everytime I ate their cereals. I think they could be contaminated. I dont eat those cereals anymore.

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Who makes the Panda Puffs? Is it Nature Path? If so...I got a reaction everytime I ate their cereals. I think they could be contaminated. I dont eat those cereals anymore.

Rachel,

Really........,

well, I had no idea,

yes indeed they are Nature's path.

Thanks so much for telling me that, I'll look into the cereal and try to find out about the cross-contamination.

This was the only time I noticed I actually got ill, but it sounds like I probably shouldn't be eating them anyways.

thanks, Kim07 :)

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Rachel,

Really........,

well, I had no idea,

yes indeed they are Nature's path.

Thanks so much for telling me that, I'll look into the cereal and try to find out about the cross-contamination.

This was the only time I noticed I actually got ill, but it sounds like I probably shouldn't be eating them anyways.

thanks, Kim07 :)

Was it the first time you ate that cereal? If you've been eating them and not reacting it could be something else but if it was the first time I'd suspect the cereal. Also when you're feeling better you could try the soymilk all by itself and see what happens. That way you could find out if the soy had anything to do with it.

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Was it the first time you ate that cereal? If you've been eating them and not reacting it could be something else but if it was the first time I'd suspect the cereal. Also when you're feeling better you could try the soymilk all by itself and see what happens. That way you could find out if the soy had anything to do with it.

Thanks Rachel :)

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