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About aaron&sam

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  • Birthday 05/20/1971

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  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. I realize too that this is based on an old post, but I love to run! Are there groups that run across the US in support of Celiac disease? If so count me in!
  3. I realize too that this is based on an old post, but I love to run! Are there groups that run across the US in support of Celiac disease? If so count me in!
  4. You will have some options at Silver Dollar City- I investigated that last year and do not remember specifics, but I do think that you can look on their website for some information on the food they provide!
  5. This is what I think based on my personal experiences! I would continue with your daughter's gluten-free diet! Her growth and development depend on her body's ability to absorb nutrients, if she happy, healthy and growing normally than you should not change anything! Maybe at another time in her life when growth and development are not so critical, you could investigate finding an official diagnosis! My children have growth delay problems and I know that they would be sooooo much healthier if we had just known about Celiac disease about ten years ago!
  6. I bought mine at Wal-Mart!
  7. It really does help with putting together a quick breakfast!
  8. Sorry if this has been posted before, but I wanted to share something that has helped us out! My son really loved his poached egg and toast before being told he had Celiac disease. Well after many tries to make poached eggs with gluten-free bread, we finally found something to help us! Paula Deen has a toaster that also poaches the egg at the same time! It works great toasting the gluten free bread! I think what really helps is the timing of the bread toasting and the egg being ready! Anyway, it made it easier for my son to fix his own poached eggs! -Sandra
  9. That sounds like things are going well for you guys! I can also see our GI Dr. in Joplin as an outreach office, the only thing is they didn't tell me that until I had made I don't know how many trips to KC! Frustating!!! Our Endocrinologist does not come down here, so we always drive to KC to see her!
  10. What about Kellogg's eggo syrup? I think the company says it is gluten free! Here is the web site- kelloggs.com!
  11. Thanks, I am new to the forum and did not see what you had posted before! Very helpful!
  12. Can you tell me which ones are not gluten-free? My daughter loves the mocha frappaccino's, but they are blended!
  13. I am so glad you have a friend that also has Celiac! I would think the support you give each other would be great! I haven't even started with college issues- My son is not highly motivated when it comes to fixing meals! Usually my daughter fixes his food if I am not home! Thankfully his prom date is very supportive of his diet needs!
  14. My husband tends to think that things are moving in the right direction, I tend to get frustrated with what we a missing, as I am the one that mostly deals with what our children eat! I know that my children do not get violently ill, like I am reading with so many that post comments about violent stomach problems. That makes finding gluten contamination difficult! I now have an appointment with a registered dietitian on Friday! I will let you know what I find out! What are your daughter's symptoms?