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c-topher sean

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About c-topher sean

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  • Birthday 09/25/1987

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  1. im in with GFinDC ill try em if you do...and if i can find em. i havent quite looked in the baked good section of my local harris teeter's but i am for sure going to be on the look out. most of the time if i cant get to my whole foods to get some really awesome gluten free products ill stop at teeter, they do usually have the udi's gluten free white bread or "whole grain" bread(makes it look like wheat bread i guess) this is however interesting to me. it was a long time coming when they finally started putting these kinds of products in their stores. i know myself and every other non gluten eater in my town was happy. some times when im in my rush i cant find the bread cause they're sold you lol which is fine for me, lets me see how much of the gluten free bread people in the area buy. ill still stick by my whole foods gluten free bakery! gotta love it! thanks for the teeter heads up Monklady123
  2. noglutenforme, i was diagnosed by a man at UNC Chapel Hill Hospital in North Carolina which everyone i know, knows the college because of the tar hills basketball and football... I know it because a man by the name of Doctor Ulshin finally gave me a chance at life. i was diagnosed when i was 18 months old by the doctor and am now 23. he was the only one in the state at the time who would go through the long haul to prove to my parents what was wrong with me, and also that their new baby boy would make it out alive. hospitals from Hope Mills, NC Fayetteville, NC and Fort Brag(home of the 82nd airborne) would not admit me due to how young i was and how very sick i was. no one in the hospitals around my home town did not think i would make it, couldnt prove what was wrong with me so in turn dis-aloud my mother and father to seek treatment and help for me after 12 months of age. but this man at UNC Hospital was the only one who was whiling to help me and one of the only ones understanding at the time in my area of Celiac Sprue...in 1988 no less... everyday im able to thank the doctor who diagnosed me by staying Gluten-Free in every aspect of my life. i owe him my life and i dont even think he knows it. and everyday that goes by and i stay completely gluten free is my thanks to him for saving my life.
  3. truth be told we all have these letters. great to see one's found it's was into a forum.