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Any Others In Michigan?

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Guest AutumnE

Hi everyone :)

We are getting ready to move to the lansing area as soon as we sell our home.

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Guest AutumnE

Hi nicole

Im sorry for noticing this so late. What area are you from? We are moving to mason/eaton rapids area. :)

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I live in Midland. Does anyone have a info on a good specialist in this area?


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Im from the durand/swartz creek area, Is anyone else also on the boards?

I live in Madison Heights....GO TIGERS!


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Rediagnosed with Celiac Sprue August, 2006 with positive duodenal and small bowel biopsies.

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I live in Midland. Does anyone have a info on a good specialist in this area?

Around the flint area I know of 2 dr's. Neither are gi dr's. One is an allergist Gale Cookingham (allergy and intolerances) and one is a specialty clinic that is not covered under insurance.

In regards to the specialty clinic- She is a md, she has a clinic that deals with holistic medicine. Both were recommended by enterolab. The only gi dr's around here only follow the old method of celiac diagnosis.

For the ladies in the lansing area, Where do you shop at? What health food stores do you use? Where I live there is only one small one, they can order some things but they are costly. I love the personal touch since we have been shopping there since I was a little girl buying popcorn and vitamins ( he was the first in the area to sell them).

Im taking a trip to ann arbor soon to go to whole foods and Im excited to have lots of variety.

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I dont live in Michigan, I live in Indiana, but Im posting because I wanted to tell all of you in MI that theres a place in Detroit that makes delicous gluten-free food!!! go to celiacspecialities.com all the info is there. GREAT DONUTS!!!


-Maggie-

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Im taking a trip to ann arbor soon to go to whole foods and Im excited to have lots of variety.

Whole Foods has some good stuff (love the pizza crust and sandwhich bread) but you might also want to go to Hillers (in Arborland). They carry a lot of Celiac Specalties items and some other major brands too.


Ev in Michigan

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"Gut Reaction"

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I dont live in Michigan, I live in Indiana, but Im posting because I wanted to tell all of you in MI that theres a place in Detroit that makes delicous gluten-free food!!! go to celiacspecialities.com all the info is there. GREAT DONUTS!!!

Thanks Maggie :)

I havent ordered yet from there but plan on to. They ship also.

Whole Foods has some good stuff (love the pizza crust and sandwhich bread) but you might also want to go to Hillers (in Arborland). They carry a lot of Celiac Specalties items and some other major brands too.

Thanks I have to search out a website. Im not super familiar with ann arbor. The only thing we usually go down there for is the art fair.

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Thanks Maggie :)

I havent ordered yet from there but plan on to. They ship also.

Thanks I have to search out a website. Im not super familiar with ann arbor. The only thing we usually go down there for is the art fair.

They are litterally right down the street from each other. Whole Foods is at Washtenaw and Huron Parkway, HIller is in the ARborland mall on Washtenaw, just a bit west the US23 exit.


Ev in Michigan

GFDF since 8/20/05

Negative Bloodwork ~

Dr. encourages me to trust my

"Gut Reaction"

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I am originally from Michigan, have lived on Long Island, New York now for almost 2 yrs--I love it here, but miss my Michigan family and friends. I lived in the middle of the mitten--Gratiot County, Ashley to be specific. I am going to Michigan on vacation in the next month or so. There is a great store in Lansing on the east side called Food For Life--it's on Grand River by Circuit City, I believe. Kroger stores have a fairly good gluten free area too, at least the one in St Johns does.


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Thanks I'll have to check it out. I do shop at kroger and meijer's. Meijer's has quite a few cake mixes and goodies cheaper than kroger or the health food store.

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I was born and raised in Clinton Township (Detroit suburb) and lived in Ann Arbor for 4 years GO BLUE! I now live in Washington DC but take trips back to MI all the time. I'll be up there mid-July and plan to hit the bakery in Royal Oak--Sugar Kisses. They have gluten-free items and vegan stuff too!

Anyone hear of a pizza place in Detroit? My sister heard Mojo in the Morning talking about it on her way to work but she couldn't really remember the name. Belicio or something... Anyone?? I miss pizza parlor pizza. :(

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Anyone hear of a pizza place in Detroit? My sister heard Mojo in the Morning talking about it on her way to work but she couldn't really remember the name. Belicio or something... Anyone?? I miss pizza parlor pizza. :(

There was a Belcibo, but I think it closed down. I'd really recommend Guillo's Itallian in the Livonia area. Pasta, breadsticks and pizza I think. Very yummy. Kind of a nicer place, but you could bring kids too. But plan to enjoy a leisurely meal, it's not fast.

If you're coming to Ann Arbor area, Stadium Market has both regular and gluten-free pizza.


Ev in Michigan

GFDF since 8/20/05

Negative Bloodwork ~

Dr. encourages me to trust my

"Gut Reaction"

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Hi....I'm from the Flint area. I lived in Durand for 11 years when I was young and stupid. We got a good deal on a house back then. I about died of boredom in Shiawassee co. It was good to move back home.

I get most of my gluten-free goodies at Meijer's Kroger's and Dale's Health foods. There are no gluten-free restaurants close to me.

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