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Hi all! I recently was diagnosed and am, shall we say, a tad paranoid right now. I was eating a lot of nuts/almonds after I cut gluten out of my diet, but, was still feeling bad and finally figured out that it must be the nuts/cross contamination.

Are there any gluten-free almond brands that people know of other than Blue Diamond? I am having trouble finding just their plain raw almonds.

Thanks so much for any help!!!

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Hi all! I recently was diagnosed and am, shall we say, a tad paranoid right now. I was eating a lot of nuts/almonds after I cut gluten out of my diet, but, was still feeling bad and finally figured out that it must be the nuts/cross contamination.

Are there any gluten-free almond brands that people know of other than Blue Diamond? I am having trouble finding just their plain raw almonds.

Thanks so much for any help!!!

You can get some raw almonds at a health food store, or whole foods, trader joes, etc, and roast them yourself. I like them best this way. You may be able to order online?


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when i was first diagnosed, i had a hard time eating almonds too...even till today, but it is not as bad as it was when i was first diagnosed. My theory, is that my intenstines where still to weak to digest something pretty hard, and have it go through if not completely digested. It irritated my intestines more because of its hard tecture. I did soft foods for a long time...i just recently been able to digest corn, and that is after 3 years.

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