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  1. Well, I looked at all the products, and the only real similarity is the Xanthem gum, but that's in other products that are not gluten-free as well, and don't make her feel ill then... She is also not diabetic. I really have no idea what to do for her. Could the carb levels still be too high for her even without her being diabetic? If so, what can I do for her? Thank you very much for your help thus far. Matthew
  2. Cody, It's great that Uno's in Garrett County worked for you. If you're ever out my way however (Columbia, MD), I wouldn't suggest trying it. The Uno's nearest me has managed to cause my celiacs to act up twice, both times with food that shouldn't have any gluten to begin with, after I explained that I was allergic to wheat, and even gave them a card with the foods I can't have. I guess not all Uno's are created equal. Matthew
  3. Hi all, I have a girlfriend whom I moved in with a few months ago. She's been incredibly supportive of me, and almost always will eat Gluten Free with me so as to avoid cross-contamination. She recently complained that the gluten-free foods I buy at the store (Everybody Eats products, Grainless Baker, Glutano, etc...) make her sick. I was wondering if this happened to any of you, and what we could do about it. Thank you very much for your help. Matthew