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this is amazing my son is 5 years and 5 months his suffered from some symptoms since weaning but was always put down to antibiotics due to tonalities but after he had them removed he still suffered then suddenly school had problems with my son (lose stole) told me he couldn't go to school. after the doctors heard this and the fact he had blood in stool they were worried went to see pead and was told sounds like celiacs and to stop foods but what i am more amazed at is alot have mentioned that your children are experiencing bad behaviour same as my son which they have been saying is bad parenting until now and now saying could be autism. the weird thing is looking at the dos and donts to what foods he can have my son has different ones could any one help me with suggestion of places to go and recieps for no wheat no cows milk no egg and no soya for a questionable cielic. i havent found and suitable breads at mo and this is one main product i would like help with thank you for any help i would also like to add that he has been a fussy eater and will not eat different food to others at school or his sister is it save for a non sufferer to eat non gluten

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My son is strictly g-tube fed now but he was on a gluten-free diet most of his life before we had to go to tube feeds. We stuck with a lot of fruits and veggies as we know those are safe. Udi's bread is really good and we used a lot of Pamela's (I think this was the brand at least) mixes as well. Do you have a Whole Foods, Earth Fare or Trader's Joe near you?

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no not i have seen and living in the uk i have noticed that the knowledge and access to these diets are very limited here every thing i have seen online has to be brought from over seas and extremly expencive to buy then to srip

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What does he like to eat now? Maybe that will give a hint for replacement ideas.

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What does he like to eat now? Maybe that will give a hint for replacement ideas.

im struugleing to find items with out so much in it bread is very hard as the gluton free and wheat free and dairy free all seem to have soya or egg which cant have either

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this is amazing my son is 5 years and 5 months his suffered from some symptoms since weaning but was always put down to antibiotics due to tonalities but after he had them removed he still suffered then suddenly school had problems with my son (lose stole) told me he couldn't go to school. after the doctors heard this and the fact he had blood in stool they were worried went to see pead and was told sounds like celiacs and to stop foods but what i am more amazed at is alot have mentioned that your children are experiencing bad behaviour same as my son which they have been saying is bad parenting until now and now saying could be autism. the weird thing is looking at the dos and donts to what foods he can have my son has different ones could any one help me with suggestion of places to go and recieps for no wheat no cows milk no egg and no soya for a questionable cielic. i havent found and suitable breads at mo and this is one main product i would like help with thank you for any help i would also like to add that he has been a fussy eater and will not eat different food to others at school or his sister is it save for a non sufferer to eat non gluten

Yes it is safe for a non-sufferer to eat non-gluten.

You just need to make sure the diet is well balanced with good source of protein (lean meats, nuts of not allergic, fish) and plenty of fruits and vegetables. There are also gluten-free grains that can be part of a good diet.

With your son's special needs, you might look into the GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) diet or the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. There are lots of websites that have good ideas for people with your son's limitations.

Be sure to look at the Pecanbread site, they are all about feeding kids on special diets, especially those with autism. HERE is a link to their recipe page.

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