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I Cant Believe Its Not Butter

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Does anyone know if the I cant believe its not butter spray is still gluten free??? I haven't been feeling well lately and that is the only product that I am slightly suspicious of.

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OMG!!!!!!

I was just about to post a messsage regarding ICBINB!!!!!

I've been experiencing Celiac related problems lately. My problems started about the time I got the butter. Ive been enjoying rice cakes with a smear of butter. I go thru rice cakes like its water...Its been a few weeks now Ive had very bad gas and pain in my lower back and pelvic area. I have a few notes posted here about this.

So, I am suspicious that the butter may be the cause. I never found out if they were truly gluten-free!!!!

What are your symptoms?

e

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OMG!!!!!!

I was just about to post a messsage regarding ICBINB!!!!!

I've been experiencing Celiac related problems lately. My problems started about the time I got the butter. Ive been enjoying rice cakes with a smear of butter. I go thru rice cakes like its water...Its been a few weeks now Ive had very bad gas and pain in my lower back and pelvic area. I have a few notes posted here about this.

So, I am suspicious that the butter may be the cause. I never found out if they were truly gluten-free!!!!

What are your symptoms?

e

I have had really bad gas pains and that undigested food feeling for the past two weeks...the first day I noticed it was two wednesdays ago. The only food products that I changed that night were a different brand of cornmeal (which I purchased at whole foods and should not have gluten in it), a new bottle of spray butter, and I took some Tylenol for my back, but I had previously taken it before with no consequences.

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OMG!!!!!!

I was just about to post a messsage regarding ICBINB!!!!!

I've been experiencing Celiac related problems lately. My problems started about the time I got the butter. Ive been enjoying rice cakes with a smear of butter. I go thru rice cakes like its water...Its been a few weeks now Ive had very bad gas and pain in my lower back and pelvic area. I have a few notes posted here about this.

So, I am suspicious that the butter may be the cause. I never found out if they were truly gluten-free!!!!

What are your symptoms?

e

Just a suggestion here... If you're eating Quaker brand rice cakes they are NOT considered gluten free by the company. They suggest that Celiacs avoid all Quaker products due to cross contamination.


~Angie~

Gluten free since May 2004

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Well that's good to hear!!!! I really enjoy the butter spray b/c it has less fat.....its so hard to pinpoint tainted foods...aghhhhh!!!!!! :blink:

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We use real butter ....because more often than not margarines and subsitute butters have more lactose and lactic acid than real butter does and lactose bothers me. Could this be the case for you as product then is gluten-free but perhaps you are sensitive to lactose?

Just a thought....


Husband has Celiac Disease and

Husband misdiagnosed for 27 yrs -

The misdiagnosis was: IBS or colitis

Mis-diagnosed from 1977 to 2003 by various gastros including one of the largest,

most prestigious medical groups in northern NJ which constantly advertises themselves as

being the "best." This GI told him it was "all in his head."

Serious Depressive state ensued

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Other food sensitivities: almost all fruits, vegetables, spices, eggs, nuts, yeast, fried foods, roughage, soy.

Needs to gain back at least 25 lbs. of the 40 lbs pounds he lost - lost a great amout of body fat and muscle

Developed neuropathy in 2005

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Just a suggestion here... If you're eating Quaker brand rice cakes they are NOT considered gluten free by the company. They suggest that Celiacs avoid all Quaker products due to cross contamination.

I think that might be your answer! Good point, Angie

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Hmmmm....I never thought of that, but i have been lactose intolerant for years and using the spray butter for even less....it never seemed to bother me...however, I am notorious for spraying on more than the serving size!!!!! I go through a bottle of this stuff a week.......it tastes good!!!

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Hmmmm....I never thought of that, but i have been lactose intolerant for years and using the spray butter for even less....it never seemed to bother me...however, I am notorious for spraying on more than the serving size!!!!! I go through a bottle of this stuff a week.......it tastes good!!!

It contains chemical perservatives and artificial flavors. Stuff like that gives me symptoms...maybe that's something to consider if you're eating quite a bit of it

ps - I have friends who are literally addicted to their "spray butter"...I don't know what's so great about the stuff but you are not the only person who goes through a bottle a week :lol:


"Let food be thy medicine, and let thy medicine be food." - Hippocrates

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Well thats good to hear....I guess the only way to find out is to cut back a little bit.....boy is that going to be a rough ride!!! :wacko:

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