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The Do'h I Glutened Myself Thread

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GlutenFreeMamax2,

The reaction you describe after the Frogurt is exactly what happened to me after I ate a Creamie ice cream bar 1 week into the diet. Creamies are gluten-free but the milk, I guess, got me. I turned milk intolerant very quickly after going gluten-free. The intestinal pain I experienced was like nothing I could ever recall & the worst of it was that for the next 2 days the inside of my stomach & abdomen felt raw & painful like I had digested glass.

Don't know if that helps, but...it wasn't gluten that did that me it was dairy. :(

FooGirlsMom

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GlutenFreeMamax2,

The reaction you describe after the Frogurt is exactly what happened to me after I ate a Creamie ice cream bar 1 week into the diet. Creamies are gluten-free but the milk, I guess, got me. I turned milk intolerant very quickly after going gluten-free. The intestinal pain I experienced was like nothing I could ever recall & the worst of it was that for the next 2 days the inside of my stomach & abdomen felt raw & painful like I had digested glass.

Don't know if that helps, but...it wasn't gluten that did that me it was dairy. :(

FooGirlsMom

Thanks for the info! I'm a cheese lover. I hate straight milk because it hurts my tummy. Isn't it funny how it takes 3-4 days before it REALLY hurts?! I remember thinking wow, I still feel pretty good. Awesome! Then it hit :( I'm starting to think more and more that it's dairy. I had gluten-free frozen yogert last night. I hope I don't have the same issue :(

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I can't even remember the last time I was glutened... cause I'm THAT careful and we rarely eat out. Haven't intentionally eaten gluten since about a year into my gluten-free journey. I'd NEVER, EVER do it on purpose now!!

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Just recently I went to a holiday party. I made a rice dish so that I would have something gluten free at the party. The host was very understanding of my non gluten needs and made a red curry and chicken that had nothing on it. He kept all of the containers so I could make sure that it was gluten free. Everything was gluten free and tasted great. The next day I woke up feeling very weird then it hit me. I had the worst migraine I have ever had. It lasted for 3 days. The whole time I was wondering how did I get glutenated? Then I realized that they cooked it in a cast iron pan that may have been used for gluten based items. I even watched him make it. And I helped make part of it ahhh. So dumb.

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Hello,

I think the bacon got me last night. I read the label but didn't research it online to see if the celery salt or other natural flavors were gluten-free...let me tell you they aren't. It's the only thing I can think that could have done it, everything else I eat all the time. Major bloating, gas, loose bowels...all the fun stuff! Puffy eyes this morning, dark circles, and starving to death.....when's lunch?? BTW, it was Oscar Myer all natural bacon. It's a new product.

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Oscar Mayer is a Kraft company and they will always disclose the ingredients in a product. It is one of the companies I trust and really appreciate their good labeling. That doesn't mean you didn't react to a specific ingredient but I question whether you were glutened by the bacon.

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Oscar Mayer is a Kraft company and they will always disclose the ingredients in a product. It is one of the companies I trust and really appreciate their good labeling. That doesn't mean you didn't react to a specific ingredient but I question whether you were glutened by the bacon.

Ditto! :)

Love Kraft!

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The kraft natural flavoring and celery salt is likely not gluten derived, because Kraft tends to be good about labeling that, but CC is certainly a possibility. The more processed a food is, it's usually more likely that they can get CC'd.

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So the other day, I decided to be dumb and not plan ahead what I was going to eat for lunch. I also was counting on the fact that it was one of THOSE days, and I am never hungry on THOSE kind of days. But at about 2:45 I got dreadfully hungry. So I went to the food court. Went and got some mexican food, (special order of course) and not five minutes later, I felt the result. Yeah, note to self... Food is POISON!

Furthermore, I am thinking that Bar-S bacon may not be a safe brand of bacon... Had that a number of times, and promptly felt sick after... Although, apparently the Kroger Premium selection brand I have no problems with. Course it may have also been acid reflux, because I have been rather lazy and not taking my meds of late... oops.

Bella, have you thought that it may not be a glutening but rather reflux? Bacon is a big reflux inducer...

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