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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. check out Mary Kay... I was at a local support group last year and a Mary Kay saleswoman was there to let us know they offered gluten-free products. Mary Kay manufactures all their own products and will guarantee them. My saleswoman researched all ingredients and put together a list of products I can and cannot use. I have bought two lipsticks from her and they work great! -Kerriboo
  2. I went gluten-free almost a year-and-a-half ago and did not used to have a skin reaction. But after a year of being gluten-free my skin started reacting to wheat too. I went to a local support group meeting last year and met a Mary Kay saleswoman. Mary Kay manufactures their own products and she took the time to research all ingredients to all products to come up with a list that is gluten-free. She was there to let the celiac community know products were available. I switched over to their products for my face, make-up, lotions, and body washes. I haven't had a reaction since -- it's been six months. Hope this helps Kerriboo
  3. i'm about to go on my first gluten-free ski vacation in a couple weeks. has anyone been to ogden, utah? any suggestions for good places to eat? any suggestions for good meals to take with me on the slopes -- keep in mind i'll be staying in a hotel and won't have access to a kitchen. thanks in advance for any suggestions! kerriboo
  4. Be careful if making your own gluten-free vanilla... I have noticed many whole vanilla beans are preserved in bourbon. Wouldn't that effect the gluten-free-ness of it? -Kerriboo
  5. i'm kind of bummed out with the loss of archived info too... hopefully people will start to add in some good info. it was a year for me in october and i'm feeling great! happy new year! kerriboo