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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. For years I would react to certain coffee shops. Some coffee manufacturers state on their websites that their coffee is not gluten free. Disposable cups contain an edible glue that does contain wheat sometimes, which does slightly get into your drink. On the last note of Starbucks, I emailed them a few years ago and in the email they sent me back, they stated that nothing on their menu could be guaranteed gluten free, not even the coffee. The only thing Starbucks said would be safe was prepackaged food and drinks such as apple juice, or chips.
  2. this is an awesome website http://www.debdebdeb.com/celiacdb/restaurants/pagespin.html so far ive went to chiantis in the NE which was good prices and great staff really really great food
  3. Kids Sleep Habits

    i never sleep maybe a few hours a night and its not together, maybe it could be related.. anyway im 19 now and still the same way
  4. Does Anyone Feel Like This?

    it could be from a 'slip up' i know for my grandma she had it so bad that she couldnt even have fries just in case they used the same oil for something with a batter like chicken fingers or fish, she would get very sick even though it seemed okay to eat
  5. Alberta

    hi im from calgary, i would recomend mongolian grill--