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Hi,

I was just told (well christmas eve) that I have celiac. I really like quaker oat rice cakes and don't know if they'll make me sick... has anyone had them and not felt sick?

~thanks

Laura

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Unless you have a problem with an ingredient in the quacker oat rice cakes, you should be ok. Rice cakes are what you would want. Read the ingredients and check labels on everything.

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Welcome!

Here is a link to a thread about a year and a half ago. I'm not sure if anything's changed, but I know their oatmeal should be avoided. I'm sure they still make their rice cakes in a facility that makes wheat products, so I'd avoid them if I were you.

http://www.glutenfreeforum.com/lofiversion...php/t18141.html

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Something that might help is this link http://www.glutenfreeindy.com/foodlists/in...donothidegluten

It is a list of companies that will clearly list any gluten (wheat, rye, barley, malt, oats). If you don't see it listed on labels of products made by these companies, then it does not contain gluten in the ingredients.

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When I last contacted quacker they wouldn't confirm they are gluten-free...by teh ingredients they are but they are made in teh same facility as wheat products. I eat products that are made in the same facility...if they bother me I won't eat the again.

However since you are new to the diet....I would get your body all straightened out...eat things you know are for sure gluten-free and then start adding things like that...so if you have a reaction of some kind you'll know versus now where things are up in teh air.

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Unless you have a problem with an ingredient in the quacker oat rice cakes, you should be ok. Rice cakes are what you would want. Read the ingredients and check labels on everything.

Thank you all. that really helps!

~Laura

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sometimes oats can have a little wheat, if they're packaged and whatnot. they do stuff like that.

since you've just started having celiac, i'd suggest you stick to things without ANYTHING AT ALL.

pretty much stick to meat, vegetables, nuts, stuff like that and things like rice cakes and other things that don't have any things you could possibly be allergic to. :( then, after all the wheat gets out of your system, you should start trying stuff a little bit at a time. maybe oats one week, then something else another week. it works best that way. track your reactions and stuffs

and also look into other things you might be allergic too. for example, i'm not only allergic to wheat, i also can't have any milk products. i also tend to stay away from egg and soy, though they don't really have as much of a negative effect on me as milk or wheat.

oh yes, i'd contact the companies of the food you eat to make sure they're free of wheat. sometimes there's contamination. you wouldn't believe some of the things that are contaminated!

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sometimes oats can have a little wheat, if they're packaged and whatnot. they do stuff like that.

since you've just started having celiac, i'd suggest you stick to things without ANYTHING AT ALL.

pretty much stick to meat, vegetables, nuts, stuff like that and things like rice cakes and other things that don't have any things you could possibly be allergic to. :( then, after all the wheat gets out of your system, you should start trying stuff a little bit at a time. maybe oats one week, then something else another week. it works best that way. track your reactions and stuffs

and also look into other things you might be allergic too. for example, i'm not only allergic to wheat, i also can't have any milk products. i also tend to stay away from egg and soy, though they don't really have as much of a negative effect on me as milk or wheat.

oh yes, i'd contact the companies of the food you eat to make sure they're free of wheat. sometimes there's contamination. you wouldn't believe some of the things that are contaminated!

Than k you,

Thats a good idea, i really hope i'm not allergic to anything else...

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WElcome to the forum! Well... I love the Quaker rice cakes too, but usally if there's a chance of CC, I end up getting it. So, yeah, like Stargirl said, I'd stick with the things that I KNOW are gluten-free for a couple months. Luckily, there are lots of subsitutes that taste pretty good. It is a journey of trial and error, so expect stumbling blocks. But back to the rice cakes.... There are other brands of Rice cakes that taste just as good, if not better. *huggles brown rice cakes* I like brown rice...

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I have been just fine with the Quaker Rice Cakes. They're pretty much the only thing that I sure about. I've been using them in place of bread too. Haven't been able to find a tasty gluten-free bread yet. The rice cakes should be fine though.

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Hi,

My name is Anna Louise, 12, and I just figured out that I have celiac. (Not tested YET; mom has it, i have all symptoms) Does anyone know of any gluten free PIZZA?

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Hi,

I was just told (well christmas eve) that I have celiac. I really like quaker oat rice cakes and don't know if they'll make me sick... has anyone had them and not felt sick?

~thanks

Laura

try lundberg rice cakes, not that expensive at all, and taste great!

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