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snowcoveredheart

Been Gluten'd No Idea How!

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I have eaten nothing over the last two days but veggies and fruit.. I am in a gluten-free/DF bubble at the moe (so no cross contamination).. now it is only day two (of being omg strict, but I am very careful on the whole anyway) but this morning OH stomach ache! And this after noon I feel like ive been hit with the sleep hammer! Normally this is fine, I can go

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Could I really be being poisioned by the makeup? I mean.. really.. the UK celiac basically society says that idea is BS?

Is it just the fact that I have eaten nothing but veggies for two days and my bodys not used to THAT?

Yes your makeup could be doing it, or your shampoo. Also check on the tea, not all are safe and I have learned the hard way that I want to see a gluten free label even on teas.


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what kind of tea are you drinking and hwere is it from?

black earl grey (wittards - there is only ONE type of tea!)

i dont see how it could be that

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Yes your makeup could be doing it, or your shampoo. Also check on the tea, not all are safe and I have learned the hard way that I want to see a gluten free label even on teas.

The Celiac society state very clearly that you CANNOT be affected by the make up though - im so confused.

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black earl grey (wittards - there is only ONE type of tea!)

i dont see how it could be that

Is "soya' soy? If so, I'd get rid of it and see. Yes, if you are highly intolerant it could be trace amts in make-up or tea or... Soy bothers me awfully.

lisa

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If it's lipstick, you eat it, so don't know why anyone would say that's okay.

tbh i dont wear lippie that often (vasaline gloss and that i know is gluten-free!)..but yeah, the guidelines say that it cant be an issue anyway. I use dove though and the rest of my body prodicts are ok, save the makeup which im having real truble getting answers on!

http://www.coeliac.co.uk/glutenfree_living/living/116.asp

soya is soy (its soya in its tradition.. why do you guys drop the a?!) and i have been fine with it i thought, but its the only thing i can think of that i have eatten that it 'could' be.

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