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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Kellogg Corn Flakes

    Is it malt flavoring, what's up with Kellogg's, and by the way, Happy St. Pat's Day, my oldest daughter was born on March 17th, does that make her Irish, what do you do for gluten-free beer? :-)
  2. Which ingredient in Kelloggs corn flakes makes this cereal not gluten free
  3. Those celiacs that shop for gluten-free foods at Florida grocery stores, anyone aware where Schar products are stocked? Thanks
  4. Any Celiacs out there have a problem with eczema and itchy red spots or itchy skin, including the body and scalp? please advise, Doug
  5. To all Celiacs, the only thing I see as suspicious In Kelloggs corn flakes is malt flavoring, anyone try this cereal and not have problems, yes I understand the varying degrees of gluten sensitivity, however, what's holding up Kelloggs from changing to something else????
  6. What's wrong with Kelloggs management? When are all of us going to have Kelloggs corn flakes gluten free, c'mon Kelloggs, it's made from corn, find a way, General Mills has, any comments?
  7. I have used Vans gluten-free waffles and have found the taste marginal, anyone have a better tasting product, they've tried, thanks, Doug
  8. Anyone use a prepared gluten-free barbecue sauce by a manufacturer, that meets all of our gluten-free criteria? Thanks Doug
  9. Anyone have a good gluten-free stir fry recipe or product they use? Best wishes, Doug
  10. Estrella Damm Daura

    What you have to lose is all the contents of your intestinal tract, be careful!!
  11. Estrella Damm Daura

    We'll if anyone thinks that you won't get sick on less than 6PPM gluten, then refer to my other post, I got sick on this beer, and I strongly urge anyone really gluten sensitive to avoid this beer Daura, it's from Spain I defy anyone to find any true labeling on this beer, and do you really trust a beer with no labeling!!!!!
  12. Gluten Free Beer-Daura

    Sorry Savvvyseller, I really meant Bards Gluten Free. What do you like?
  13. To all of my celiac collegues who love granola made with certified gluten-free oats, who has the best tasting recipe for gluten-free granola? I would be using Bobs Red Mill certified gluten free rolled oats. I'm getting tired of Rice & Corn chex and would like to add more fibre to my breakfast diet and snacks etc.? Best wishes, Doug
  14. To all of my gluten-free beer collegues, my son-in-law recently served me a labeled Gluten Free beer named "Daura" from Spain, sold at a liquor store. The bottles had a bottle neck circular labled Gluten Free Beer, the beer had no referenced in the regular label stating what the beer was composed of other than in small print, stating it was certified to contain gluten content content below 6PPM. How did this get through as labeled Gluten Free Beer? We'll I got sick on this beer, and obviously, I will stick to Redbridge and Becks, made from sorghum grain. Just wondering if anyone else has gotten sick or tried this beer? Doug
  15. Anyone have a gluten-free diet for lowering cholesterol? Are there any diet professionals out there that can suggest a resource to follow? Thanks!