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Best Book For Products And Food For Us (gluten Free)

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can Anybody help i just found out

I would suggest the Triumph Dining Grocery Guide. You can find it at www.triumphdining.com or through the Gluten Free Mall on this site.

EDIT: It's not free, but worth every penny.

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I know here in Michigan there is an American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association and if you call them they will send you information on any autoimmune diseases you may have. I am thinking that there is probably similar associations in other states.

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Aside from the grocery shopping guides,

Gluten-Free Grocery Shopping Guides

http://www.ceceliasmarketplace.com/

http://www.triumphdining.com/?gclid=COPJ4f...CFdVL5QodHR95Bw

there's another out that can also be downloaded to your PDA device, etc., by Clan Thompson.

I have the ceceliasmarketplace, was about $25 (worth it).

For free: You can get online and go to websites, like Heinz for example - they post a gluten free product list. Many manufacturers do, and grocery stores often have a list available as well.

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Unsafe ingredients: http://www.celiac.com/articles/182/1/Unsaf...ents/Page1.html

Safe ingredients: http://www.celiac.com/articles/181/1/Safe-...ents/Page1.html

A list of companies that has a clear gluten policy. If you don't see "wheat, rye, barley, barley malt, oats" on the labels, its not there, or hidden in "flavors, starches, etc." http://www.glutenfreeindy.com/foodlists/index.htm and http://glutenfreeinsd.com/product_updates.html This makes shopping MUCH easier.

FDA foods are required to list wheat - it cannot be hidden.

Rule #1: Never eat anything without reading the label first.

Rule #2: Consistently check labels, even of your favorite products, as product formulations can change.

Rule #3: If you are unsure of an ingredient, or the company's policy on labeling, call the phone number on the back of the product or email the company.

Great info to get you started: http://www.gluten.net/publications.php

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All great tips, why would need a book when you have all the info is here instantly!

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There is also a gluten free list app on the I-Phone. I'm not sure how good it is, but my husband just put it on his phone for me. He has the I-Phone, not me. Anyway, it's a one time charge of about $6.00. The foods listed have a dated listed next to the food saying when it was verified gluten free. I skimmed through it the other night and thought it was pretty good and would have definitely used it when I was first diagnosed. I also use the lists that Happygirl has listed. Glutenfreeindy is one of my favorites and made shopping so much easier.

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