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B12 Supps/ Mouth Sores/ Thyroid/ Was I Glutened?

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I recently went back to eating gluten-free and immediately had tons of energy and started going to the bathroom again! (was chronically constipated). A few days ago, I ate over a friends house and she cooked this chicken with roasted veggies for us. She said the chicken was pre- marinated at the store when she bought it.. I also had been eating yogurt, but I for two days straight around there I started eating cheese in my eggs- After these two days, I stopped having ANY BMs and I feel AWFUL.

Could itve been gluten in the marinade or maybe I need to also stay away from cheese (I had cheese a few days before that with no probs though so i dont know..? I had no problem with yogurt and I am not eating any other dairy.

Also, I am currently trying to raisemy dosage of Armour thyroid because I have hypothyroidism, and I have no idea what's going on.

My other complaint is chronic mouth sores (canker soreS). They seem to be appearing every time I take my b12 sublinguilly, but I'm not sure. Anyone ever have this?

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I would highly suspect you got glutened at your friends house. We should never eat premarinated meats from the store unless you can get the ingredients of the marinade.

DO NOT just increase the amount of throid meds you take without talking to your doctor first. For one thing if you have recently gone gluten free and you have been glutened that can cause symptoms that may seem to be thyroid connected but are actually gluten.

As to the B12, have you checked to make certain it is gluten-free? I would be more inclined to think that the mouth ulcers are related to the glutening and not to the sublingual.

It can take a while to get over a glutening, hang in there.


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Chicken is one of those 'hidden gluten' foods that you have to watch out for. It could have been the marinade; it could also have been something injected into the chicken. Take a look at the wrappers for most roasting chickens and you'll see most of them are injected with all sorts of junk. So my guess is you got glutened by the chicken.

Cheese is less likely to be the culprit, but it could be. Some 'cheese foods' are made with gluten. Pre-shredded cheeses sometimes use gluten-based products to prevent clumping, but that's not too common nowadays.

It's interesting that you mentioned mouth sores. That's something I never linked with gluten, but I've seen several posts mentioning mouth sores as a celiac symptom. I've noticed mouth sores (along with generally feeling bad) lately. My likely culprit is Lays potato and corn chips. The ingredients are just corn/potatoes, oil and salt, so I figured they were safe. But I found a thread on this board where several people said they react to them because of cross contamination. (It was funny because I found that link as I was munching through a bag of Lays chops!)

It goes to show that you really can't trust anything -- even if the ingredients look safe.

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