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terryjean

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Hi- I posted last week that my celiac GI symptoms where acting up something fierce........... well they still are.

Now have a Question I have been thinking about it. About 3 hours after my breakfast this Am GI symtoms cam on back.

Now I have been eating the following for breakfast over the past few weeks:

EnviorKidz Amazon Frosted flakes or Gorilla munch or peanut butter panda puffs.

Now the box says Gluten Free.......... but does anyone know if they are Wheat free???

:huh:

Help!

Thanks Terry, Dumont NJ

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If it says gluten free it will not have wheat in it. Gluten is found in wheat. I eat those envirokidz cereals all the time. I like that brand alot. Could there be something else that you are sensitive to?

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Envirokidz also makes wheat-containg products. I've known a few celiacs, including myself, who reacted to Envirokidz. It just depends on how sensitive you are.

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Envirokidz had some issues about a year ago with contamination. They were not testing their batches to make sure they were OK. I sure hope this problem isn't comming up again. You might try giving them a call to see when the last time they tested was.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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Hi- Thanks for all your replys. I already use lactaid milk. But I did call up the company and ask about cross contamination .......... I was told that they produce the cereals with the most allergens 1st then do a whole clean up of the production line and kitchen area before producting anything else. They also test the Gluten free cereals at random for cross contamination, I was told.

I am still a little bit leary......... because I am sooooo sensative. So I think I will stay away from it for a while......... then try it again when I have a few days off.

Thanks Terry, Dumont NJ ;)

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I eat the peanut butter puffs all the time with no issue, but who knows?

You might try Barbara's puffins honey rice. They are gluten-free and great! Or Energfoods makes a great granola mix. You can eat it like cereal or take it on the go, like I do.

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