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  1. Some things that help: use separate toasters for gluten-free and non gluten-free bread. At restaurants, when ordering salads, ask for no croutons. Check shampoos and make-up for possible ingredients. Basically just be really careful. Good luck, and as time goes on it does get a lot easier.
  2. I know there is a list of gluten-free alcoholic beverages and I think I am ok by it but whenever I tend to drink I wake up with a stomach ache the next morning. It feels like my stomach is burning. Is there something wrong here? I had some Captain Morgan's rum and I got that feeling from it. I don't know here, anything would be appreciated. Thanks.
  3. My mom told me earlier this week that by following a gluten-free diet, teeth are known to turn yellow. And I noticied that my teeth are kind of yellow, which is a bit disgusting I guess. Has anyone else noticied this? Are there any methods you all use to prevent this? Thanks.
  4. So I was looking at the safe alcohol list and neither smirnoff or bacardis was on it. Does this mean that they contain gluten? Thanks.
  5. I have known about my Celiac disease for about five years, and probably had it for at least 8. I constantly had stomach aches and was exhausted. Since my diagnosis I have gone on and off the diet. I can feel the consequences but somehow I still eat gluten. Compared to most, my reactions aren't that bad. I get a bad stomach ache and feel exhausted. Is there anyone that can convince me to stay on this program? I know what may happen: It will ruin my intestine and may give me stomach cancer, I don't know if I really understand it though. Thanks.