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Hi! I've only just been gluten-free for not even two weeks now, but have already experienced quite a bit of symptom relief. Yesterday, my husband and I went to Buffalo Wild Wings for lunch after church. I VERY carefully went over the 'allergin' list to decide on my meal (which should have been not only gluten-free, but dairy free, nut free, soy free, egg free, and corn free), in additon to STRESSING to the waitress that I could NOT have those things. And now today, my back and feet are KILLING me again. They haven't hurt in about a week up until today. Does this sound like possible CC? Or is this still part of the detox process? I've been having insomnia, fatigue, and headaches (all much worse) since I started my elimination diet.

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Hi! I've only just been gluten-free for not even two weeks now, but have already experienced quite a bit of symptom relief. Yesterday, my husband and I went to Buffalo Wild Wings for lunch after church. I VERY carefully went over the 'allergin' list to decide on my meal (which should have been not only gluten-free, but dairy free, nut free, soy free, egg free, and corn free), in additon to STRESSING to the waitress that I could NOT have those things. And now today, my back and feet are KILLING me again. They haven't hurt in about a week up until today. Does this sound like possible CC? Or is this still part of the detox process? I've been having insomnia, fatigue, and headaches (all much worse) since I started my elimination diet.

Hi! Any time we eat in restaurants we assume the responsibility of risk. That's just life living with Celiac. I have never been to Buffalo Wild Wings before, but I can assume that they are just like every chain restaurant.

You have only entered the world of gluten free living just a few weeks ago. I don't know your history, but often, it takes weeks, if not months to get your body to settle down after fighting gluten. Most foods can be an irritant until some healing can take place, gluten free or not.

You need some time under your belt, before you can attribute something to cross contamination.

Best advise I can offer is to eat simply with natural foods and keep a food log in the days to come. :)

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A few years ago BWW told me that naked wings were cooked in dedicated fryers but now it appears that isn't necessarily true. The last time we went to our local one the manager took over my order and specifically cooked it in a clean fryer.

Lisa is right, for a while you need to avoid eating out AND stay away from processed food as much as possible. After healing more, then you can venture out. Then you'll have a better idea about whether specific food is the problem.

richard

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