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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. I was never a big cereal eater before I realized I was GI. I was a HUGE bagel or toast in the morning. But with the cost of gluten-free bread and bagels and not to mention the fact that they really don't taste the same, I had to switch it up. I am very new to this (3 months) and trying new things all the time while trying to stay in my grocery budget and feed my non-gi family, but I really must share that Chex cereals has really been a godsend! Whenever I am really in a bind about what to eat, I eat a bowl of Chex or munch on some dry when I need a quick pick-me-up snack. And there are so many Chex Mix recipes on their website to try, sweet and salty varieties. Good luck to you!