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What Brand Of gluten-free Oats Do People React To?

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I am having a huge flare-up of all autoimmine symptoms. I have recently been eating Udi's gluten-free granola...which is oats. However, I have corn issues, and recently tried a vitamin with a little corn substance in it. I am trying to figure out if I am reacting to the oats like it is gluten, or if it's the vitamins. I have been gluten-free over a year, and have avoided oats until now. What brands has anyone had difficulty with? Is it the actual oats, or contamination. I have tried Udi's and GlutenFreeda oatmeal.

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Gluten free oats are (theoretically, and usually via standard testing) free of gluten. BUT 10% of celiacs react to oats (the oat protein itself). You might try taking out the oats and see if it makes a difference. (But if you have corn issues, take one or the other out at a time if you want to see which it is.)

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I can't eat any gluten free oats. It causes major symptoms and it actually caused imflammation that showed up on my scope (from cc from them in gluten free products). I AVOID any certified gluten free oats or products that likely have oat cc like the plague!

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i personally have been fine with both brands you mentioned (udi's gluten-free oat granola, and glutenfreeda oatmeal). so, i honestly think they're certifiably gluten free-> if they bother you- then your body may be reacting to the oat proteins themselves.

i totally react to corn- similar in the way i do to wheat gluten. unfortunately corn is in EVERYTHING... i really do not know how im supposed to avoid it :(

good luck figuring out which one is bothering you. we're all different for sure.

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i totally react to corn- similar in the way i do to wheat gluten. unfortunately corn is in EVERYTHING... i really do not know how im supposed to avoid it :(

Lots and lots and lots of research and massive cooking from scratch. :(

...it helped me a lot to find some corn allergy websites. They had some good ideas of what to do and what to avoid.

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Lots and lots and lots of research and massive cooking from scratch. :(

...it helped me a lot to find some corn allergy websites. They had some good ideas of what to do and what to avoid.

thanku Shauna- but what is one to do when it comes to meds, and advil, and u know- just about everything

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