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Gluten Free Coffee

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I will just stick with christopherbean company, the fact the main sales rep I talk to has celiac in the family means a lot, she said they use it all the time. I tested some of the iffiest flavored version grounds for gluten all negative. NOT had any issues drinking all kinds of coffee from their company in the past few months. FACT the flavored ones actually taste like what they say and just need a bit of sweetener is making me a coffee addict again lol. Clearing a pot a day so far and looking forward to each day wondering what flavor I should do >.> today was banana foster coffee, its 7 am and i already am on my third cup.

If your still in doubt just buy their beans and grind your self.  I am grateful for the guy that started this thread as he ended up motivating me to start my campaign to find a gluten-free flavored coffee, where I ended up emailing several companies, I still saved 2 of the replies from companies saying DO NOT drink our coffee if you have celiac. Sorta funny how that brought up the issue and proved some points about gluten in the coffee industry.

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Simon Levelt Organic Coffee is certified gluten free . 

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On 5/10/2017 at 1:52 PM, cyclinglady said:

Not sure about how the K cups really work, but is anyone else using the machine?  Those with flavors or from other manufacturers could have gluten.  

I drink coffee without any issues, but just the plain stuff.  I think coffee is not on the Fasano diet because it can be harsh on a damaged GI system.  

Are you consuming oats?  About 10% of celiacs can not consume oats even if they are certified gluten free.  Do you eat out?  How many processed foods do you eat, including certified gluten free?   Have you been checked for vitamin or mineral deficiencies by your GI?  How many times has your antibodies been tested since your diagnosis.  It can a year or longer for antibodies to come down.  Years to heal from nerve damage...and some never heal.  Have you been tested for Hashimoto's Thyroiditis?  

Just throwing out suggestions.  I hope you figure it out.  ?

 

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11 minutes ago, michaelens said:

 

I'm enjoying following this thread. May I add my 1.5 cents... I had to stop eating the oats from the major company due to consistent negative reactions and have found that I do NOT react to the oats company from family company in Wyoming. With coffee, I have to stay away from all coffee as I started reacting the same as the oats. Thankfully, I have found a small roaster whose product I have no reaction too. So, I can have my coffee & oats again without having a "bad" reaction!!!?

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