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Hi again,

I called CSA up and they said they will look into this beacuse in their book of gluten-free products they only have 6 listed!!

I'll keep anyone interested posted...

Jacqui


IBS 1994

Endometriosis

Hashimoto's auto immune disease

Diverticulosis

Celiac disease April 2006 - neuro symptoms I am assuming from celiac disease

HLA DQ 2 (celiac disease) and HLA DQ 6 (GS) either way my parents made sure I had something!

Insomnia

Hyperflexibility

Daughter 6 y/o (5 at diagnosis) celiac disease via labs (all >100) and flattened biopsy. NO symptoms!!

Daughter 8 y/o with BM ="C" since birth and breast fed, osteopenia, SEVERE eczema up to 5 y/o, now on and off (-) via labs and biopsy. HLA DQ 2 and HLA DQ 8! and possibly ADHD.

Son 3 y/o also HLADQ2 AND DQ 8! Negative panel

Husband MEXICAN and he has DQ 8! His family refuses all and anything with celiac disease, same with his PCP!

"What doesn't kill us makes us stronger..." Right? I think that's the saying.

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Hi again,

I called CSA up and they said they will look into this beacuse in their book of gluten-free products they only have 6 listed!!

I'll keep anyone interested posted...

Jacqui

Jacqui:

That's great that you did that. I wish more would do that so they would have a updates listing.

Thanks for your efforts.


Lisa

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Dear Jacqui,

I heard that the original ones are not safe. Many others are. Some of my favorites were not. Amanda's Mommy's Blog has a good list. Here it is:

Bonne Bell

The following Bonne Bell, Inc. products can be used by people afflicted with Celiac disease. They do not contain any gluten containting grains: wheat, barley, rye, oats, amaranth, teff, millet, spelt,

and quinoa. We do recommend that celiac patients steer clear of all Strawberry flavored products because vinegar is used for the tart taste. The rep also indicated that any gluten containing

grains would be clearly identified on the label by its common name.

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Dear Jacqui,

I heard that the original ones are not safe. Many others are. Some of my favorites were not. Amanda's Mommy's Blog has a good list. Here it is:

Bonne Bell

The following Bonne Bell, Inc. products can be used by people afflicted with Celiac disease. They do not contain any gluten containting grains: wheat, barley, rye, oats, amaranth, teff, millet, spelt,

and quinoa. We do recommend that celiac patients steer clear of all Strawberry flavored products because vinegar is used for the tart taste. The rep also indicated that any gluten containing

grains would be clearly identified on the label by its common name.

10-0-6 Lotions

All Colognes

Lip Lites

Lip Enticements

Lip Fashion

Sponge-On Sparklers

Shower 2000

Lip Lix

Lip Gear Lip Crayons

Eye Shades

No Shine Oil Control Makeup

Lip Shades with SPF 15

Lip Sheers

Nail Lacquers

Cosmic Cheeks

Lash Tints

Glimmer Gels

Roll-On Lip Smacker Shiners and Shimmers

Roll-On Glitter Gloss

Lip Gear (Matte only)

Lip Shox

Eye D¡¦Votion

Splash N Shine

Honey Kiss

Glitz N Glo

Liquid Lines

Pressed Poweders

Lip Burst

Lip Frosting

Lip Shake

Colorglaze

Face and Body Sparkle

Sheer Shimmer Swirls

Lip Smoothies

Liquid Lip Smackers

All Skittles Flavors

Eye Pencils

Lip Rush

Sponge on Glitter Gloss

Jewell Lip Smackers

Lip Sours

Lip D¡¦Votions

All Clic It Colors

Glimmer Lights

Liquid Star Shine

Shimmer Stix

All Starburst Flavors

Lip Definer

Lip Shiners

Make Your Own Gloss Kits

Sweet and Sour Candies

Shiny Stixs

Candy Gloss

All Vita Gloss

Blushing Gels

Loose Powders

Concealer Stick

I hope this helps you out!

Sincerely,

NoGluGirl

Hi Jin,

That is exactly what they sent me. Although everything listed is safe I am concerned for newly diagnosed seeing they list amaranth, millet, teff and quinoa as forbidden grains. Also, vinegar is safe unless it is from malt.

To top it off the chemist asked me to update him. He's going to take my word for it?


IBS 1994

Endometriosis

Hashimoto's auto immune disease

Diverticulosis

Celiac disease April 2006 - neuro symptoms I am assuming from celiac disease

HLA DQ 2 (celiac disease) and HLA DQ 6 (GS) either way my parents made sure I had something!

Insomnia

Hyperflexibility

Daughter 6 y/o (5 at diagnosis) celiac disease via labs (all >100) and flattened biopsy. NO symptoms!!

Daughter 8 y/o with BM ="C" since birth and breast fed, osteopenia, SEVERE eczema up to 5 y/o, now on and off (-) via labs and biopsy. HLA DQ 2 and HLA DQ 8! and possibly ADHD.

Son 3 y/o also HLADQ2 AND DQ 8! Negative panel

Husband MEXICAN and he has DQ 8! His family refuses all and anything with celiac disease, same with his PCP!

"What doesn't kill us makes us stronger..." Right? I think that's the saying.

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