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Oh, I see, cool. I thought there would be some simple meaning behind it, but I didn't know what it was . Thanx for answering.

Nobody's asking me to do anything, but I'm inserting all the "emoctions" anyway, lol

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hello everybody

i just wondered can we eat emulsifiers llike soya lechitin?

does anyone know

:P thanks!

Yea...soy lecthin (spelling?) is fine...gluten-free.

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thanks

im so bad at reading the labels i usually just end up not eating things cos im not sure wether there ok or not and its safer so its great that i can find out some things i didnt know :lol:

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When in doubt, check the forbidden list: http://www.celiac.com/st_prod.html?p_prodi...-46105547579.c5

or the safe list: http://www.celiac.com/st_prod.html?p_prodi...-46105547579.c5

and if you are searching for something, do ctrl and f, pulling up a "find" box. Then you can type in the word you're looking for and if you're not sure of the spelling, just do, for example, "soy L"

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thats reli good i just visited it thanks so much when ever labels have long ingredients i never know whether there all right or not thats going to be very useful

im jess btw im 14 i became coeliacs around easter :P

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Nobody's asking me to do anything, but I'm inserting all the "emoctions" anyway, lol
I don't have all those smilies as an option, like the bashful one with hearts above its head and the sleepy one. Do you have to do something special to get those?

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Carrie, at the bottom of the emoticon box there is a Show All option. Click on that and it will open up the whole box in a separate window. :)

God bless,

Mariann

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hello my name is melly I technicaly wont be a teenager till the sixtenth of october i found out that i had celiac disease 2 weeks a go im still not felling well and still getting used to it some times it makes me sad seeing all i cant have and i think it would be really nice to talk to someone my age thats going through the same thing if you are please message me

ps is everyone here named tifany

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I feel really young!!!! I am still 13 and won't be 14 untill October!!!!! :( But it is nice to find people close to my age!!! :huh:

-Tiffany

lol tiffany I am still 12 and i wont be 13 till october and i feel really young

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Hey, i'm new to the board. I'm 18 and wondering if anyone would like to chat. if so you could reach me at Thyraxeon on YIM and E-mail me at Thyraxeon@yahoo.com, anyway i kind of feel alone in this Celiac thing, did since i was diagnosed in July 2002, since then i came on and off my diet for certaint reasons, dont feel like mentioning them right now. Anyway i'm more or less looking for some one around my age to talk to, like from 17-19.

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Hey, i'm new to the board. I'm 18 and wondering if anyone would like to chat. if so you could reach me at Thyraxeon on YIM and E-mail me at Thyraxeon@yahoo.com, anyway i kind of feel alone in this Celiac thing, did since i was diagnosed in July 2002, since then i came on and off my diet for certaint reasons, dont feel like mentioning them right now. Anyway i'm more or less looking for some one around my age to talk to, like from 17-19.

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Hey I am also 18. You can email me anytime to chat.

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I am 11 and very new to this whole thing. Don't know if I have celiac disease, just had a blood test and it takes 2 weeks to come back. My mom tested negative but can't eat anything with gluten in it. I feel the same way she does when I eat it. So I will probably never eat it again even if the test is negative. It is nice to know there are other kids like me. :P . Most kids dont understand. It is hard when someone offers me something I can't eat but want to :(

Asia

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I am 11 and very new to this whole thing.  Don't know if I have celiac disease, just had a blood test and it takes 2 weeks to come back.  My mom tested negative but can't eat anything with gluten in it.  I feel the same way she does when I eat it.  So I will probably never eat it again even if the test is negative.  It is nice to know there are other kids like me. :P  . Most kids dont understand.  It is hard when someone offers me something I can't eat but want to :(

Asia

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Were you gluten free at the time of testing? If you were not on gluten then the results may not come back right. I am glad that you feel better on the diet so you should continue to stick to it. There is so much stuff that you can have that your friends can have too so it won't be as hard when you get used to it and find things :D

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Not a teenager ( :o since too long to mention) and my son Ty who was just diagnosed with celiac disease won't be a teenager for almost 7 years!

I'm just posting to say there are young celiac disease kids out there, we don't know any of them though ;)

Linda, mom to Ty my 5.5 year old Celiac kid.

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I have not eaten gluten for only 2-3 weeks but have had a few accidents. Some how now when I have an accident it hurts so much more

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I'm 10 but i'm almost 11. My mom can't have gluten and neither can my sister. I got tested and the results haven't come back yet but i can't eat anything with gluten in it for the time being :( . i hate it cause half the things i eat have gluten in them and i luv them soo much. I have been feeling better since ive stopped eating it. One of my symtoms was gas. Sometimes it was so painful i had to stay home from school. I had diarrhea with it and was doubled over when it was really bad. But since i went gluten-free i havent had any gas! I ws wondering do any of u guys have the same symptoms as me? Or any other symptoms...

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I have not eaten gluten for only 2-3 weeks but have had a few accidents.  Some how now when I have an accident it hurts so much more

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I luv your avatar!!! Is it u? :D

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    I have not eaten gluten for only 2-3 weeks but have had a few accidents. Some how now when I have an accident it hurts so much more

Absolutely. As your intestines heal they become more sensitive to gluten...and are less accustomed to it, yielding a more painful reaction when you do accidentally ingest gluten.

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