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I was in a gluten free section at a local store the other day and met someone browsing the fridge too. We began chatting about celiac, she had it too. She mentioned that she eats some sort of bread that is made by some ancient wheat grain. It's wheat but the protein isn't milled out or something. She said its just like regular bread and she its it all the time and that it comes in wraps also.

It had a strange name to it and I figured I'd just remember it by the time I got home but nope, it was gone.

Anyone hear of anything like this or even try it?

Thanks!

Nate

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Is it called Ezekial? If so, I don't believe it's actually safe, but I don't know much about it.

Ezekail is made with "normal" wheat (aka full of gluten), just spospedly follows a recipe found in The Bible. I hope that is not what this lady was refering to.

Do you think she ment:

http://www.breadwithoutborders.com/

?

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Yup, thats it. Glad I asked. There seems to be a lot of people who think they have this disease but really don't. If she can tolerate that then she's definitely not celiac.

Thanks!

N

Ezekail is made with "normal" wheat (aka full of gluten), just spospedly follows a recipe found in The Bible. I hope that is not what this lady was refering to.

Do you think she ment:

http://www.breadwithoutborders.com/

?

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Yup, thats it. Glad I asked. There seems to be a lot of people who think they have this disease but really don't. If she can tolerate that then she's definitely not celiac.

Thanks!

N

Actully the bread at that link is gluten-free... heres the ingedients... (but not the ezkeial one)

Gluten Free & Yeast Free Recipe

Ingredients: freshly milled, organic, gluten free whole grains: brown rice, quinoa, millet, soy flour, amaranth, almond meal, flaxseed meal, teff, potato flour, tapioca, arrowroot, baking soda, baking powder, Sure-gel, unflavored gelatin, vitamin c, ginger powder, and kelp.

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yeah the ezkeial is what she was talkin about.

N

Actully the bread at that link is gluten-free... heres the ingedients... (but not the ezkeial one)

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Yup, thats it. Glad I asked. There seems to be a lot of people who think they have this disease but really don't. If she can tolerate that then she's definitely not celiac.

Not everyone with celiac has symptoms. But they still get the damage.

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Really? that would definitely suck. So what happens? how do they get diagnosed without symptoms? prolly a stupid question.

Anywho, she wasn't diagnosed, she found out on her own after feelin like crap every day her whole life.

N

Not everyone with celiac has symptoms. But they still get the damage.

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Really? that would definitely suck. So what happens? how do they get diagnosed without symptoms? prolly a stupid question.

Those of us that have few classic symptoms usually get diagnosed after years of silent damage as a result of the linked issues. Chronic anemia, osteoporosis, fibromyalgia, etc. It is also really difficult to tell when you've been glutened.

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