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They aren't something I can have. I did try them using the method my doctor advised, which was eating them 2 to 3 times a day for a week and watching for a reaction. I lasted 3 days then the fourth day knew they weren't for me.  There are a lot of folks who can tolerate them though so don't be afraid to give it a try.

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Best on the market are Gluten Free Harvest, the company owns their own fields, equipment etc. The family that owns it and runs it has celiac in the family. Completely 100% dedicated gluten free from field to bag.

NOTE I can not tolerate oats but I used this brand in my gluten free bakery before we transitioned to grain free.

 

http://www.glutenfreeoats.com/

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I've had good luck with Trader Joes gluten-free oats.  I've been eating 1/2 cup almost every morning for the past year.  Had a good antibodies test after I'd been eating them for a few months.

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