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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. I have been gluten free (with a few slip ups) for about a week and a half. Offhand, I eat Rice Chex but you might want to take the milk out of your diet for a while while your body heals, Rice Dream is a good alternative, and I know Classico sauces are gluten free (of course you will need to find some gluten free pasta). Oh, another place I have here in Louisiana that has a pretty good selection is Krogers if you have one of those stores near you. The best thing I could tell you is to take a day and make the time to do some research or you will keep getting glutenized (as me and my twin call it) over and over. I understand you are busy but this is for the rest of your life. The consequences can be rough if you don't. Before I knew I had celiac disease, I miscarried 5 times. I am thankful so much that I have time to heal and still hopefully God willing have children. Samantha