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Johnny Cool

Celiac Disese "bible"

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Is there such a thing as a Ciliac "Bible" a book or paper that lists all of the foods (even by brand name) that are safe for Ciliac sufferers, as well as a list of the no no foods for us, being brand new at this, I'm trying to get all the info I can.

It just don't make sence to think you are eating something safe, and find out later that it's not.

Also I see many people on this forum say not to consume dairy products?? Why?? as far I know dairy is gluten-free???

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Here are lists of Forbidden and Safe Ingredients:

http://www.celiac.com/categories/Safe-Glut...3B-Ingredients/

Here is a listing of Companies who will always list gluten as "wheat, rye, malt, and barley":

http://www.glutenfreeindy.com/foodlists/in...donothidegluten

There is no master list of gluten free products because the ingredients change so frequently. The key to success is to learn to read labels.

Dairy is absorbed on the tips of the villi. If you have flattened, burnt villi or destroyed it can't absorb and will pass through as if gluten. Some healing is recommended before you re-introduce dairy. If you see no improvement on the gluten free diet, try to cut our dairy for a short time and see if you have any improvement.

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The list Lisa gave you is great...I took the "unsafe" list with me grocery shopping until I got the hang of it all.

Living Gluten Free for Dummies by Dana Korn is a great book.

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Here are lists of Forbidden and Safe Ingredients:

http://www.celiac.com/categories/Safe-Glut...3B-Ingredients/

Here is a listing of Companies who will always list gluten as "wheat, rye, malt, and barley":

http://www.glutenfreeindy.com/foodlists/in...donothidegluten

There is no master list of gluten free products because the ingredients change so frequently. The key to success is to learn to read labels.

Dairy is absorbed on the tips of the villi. If you have flattened, burnt villi or destroyed it can't absorb and will pass through as if gluten. Some healing is recommended before you re-introduce dairy. If you see no improvement on the gluten free diet, try to cut our dairy for a short time and see if you have any improvement.

Very cool!! Thanks for the lists, they will come in very handy :-)

That's interesting about the dairy, where can I find more info about Celiac and dariy products? My Dr. told me that Dairy products are just fine.

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I have the Gluten Free Grocery Shopping Guide 2007 ed. They produce one each year. It will give you brand name foods that are safe for us to have. it is pocket size and very easy to shop with. it has helped me a lot and was well worth the purchase price. FYI, if you have a WalMart super center near you, they well clearly denote when the great value brand of products are gluten-free...I've saved tons of money shopping there!

Thank God I am not sensitive to dairy. Be cautious of fat free dairy products as they may have fillers that contain gluten. Otherwise most dairy products should be ok as long as your system is able to tolerate it:)

Good luck to you!

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