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No.  It will not set off a celiac autoimmune reaction, but your body might not like it.  Celiacs can develop additional food intolerances,  these can create GI upset, but not actually damage intestinal villi.  
 

Personally, I can not use the stuff.  I stick to real sweetners like cane sugar or honey.  


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23 minutes ago, cyclinglady said:

No.  It will not set off a celiac autoimmune reaction, but your body might not like it.  Celiacs can develop additional food intolerances,  these can create GI upset, but not actually damage intestinal villi.  
 

Personally, I can not use the stuff.  I stick to real sweetners like cane sugar or honey.  

Thank you for your input! I think I'm going to avoid it because I did react to it recently. 

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I have never tolerated aspartame just like my Dad.  So, no diet sodas for me.  When some of the newer artificial sweetners came along, I decided to avoid them.   They are highly processed.  So, I drink water, plain teas (hot and iced) coffee and sparkling mineral waters with a slice of fruit.  I do not miss the sweetness.  I save those sweet calories for treats like ice cream or gluten free cake!  


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