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  1. Good luck to you and don't give up.I am gluten-free for 3 or 4 years now can't remember?It is always there but life goes on and lots of folks are in worse shape with much more serious illness. Get out there and find the products you can eat and which you like the best and you will be fine.There is days I feel like crap but what can you do! Just have to keep on keepin on
  2. if you fry food in cast iron pans you will also get some amount of iron in your diet just by using that type of pan.
  3. Sounds like a good idea taking your hubby to the seminar.I have had this for a few years and find it hard also to convince people that it really is important that I NOT eat stuff with gluten in it.Usually if I tell them about the villi in the stomach and how it attacks it they start to get it and understand the consequences I can face with lack of vitamin absorbtion and the pain and ect. etc..... My family has just come to accept it and understand that it really is up to "me" to take care of my health and do whatever they can to support me in that goal.It seems after a while it just becomes a lifestyle and less of an issue in our day to day.Beer was definately a problem though
  4. word of caution though they are made on the same lines so there is a chance traces could get in there.Not for the super sensitive.
  5. hey go ahead pig out! http://www.fritolay.com/nutrition/glutefree.shtml