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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. What do y'all take for a multivitamin? I prefer to take one that I can purchase in a store instead of order online. I am open to ordering online, but only if I can't get a good one at a store.
  2. Do y'all know if Vitamin Shoppe Ultimate Woman multivitamins are gluten-free or not? The label says "NO Wheat" but are they gluten-free? I checked their website but I am not sure. I was diagnosed one month ago today so I am still learning what to look for on the labels. I searched but couldn't find a post here. Sorry if I overlooked one, and thanks bunches! TamRae
  3. Hello everyone! I have been here for over a week, just reading. I have learned a lot from you all but still have so much to learn. It is so difficult to walk out of the doctors office with a sticky note that says "Celiac Disiese" on it and the words of the doctor ringing in my ears, "Gluten Free." To be honest, two weeks ago, I had no idea what gluten was. I am making my way through one day, or actually, one meal at a time. My daughters surprised me the day after my diagnosis with bags of gluten free foods. They went to the grocery store and spent almost two hours there. They were reading labels! I am blessed. Well, thank you everyone for being willing to share your knowledge and experiences.
  4. Just Saying Hello

    Hello and Welcome from one newbie to another. I have been here reading for a few days now, still tons to read and learn. See you around!
  5. I am still new to this, but.... I've only had the gluten-free Chex cereals twice. It was the cinnamon one. I don't know about a reaction but I can say it is delicious.
  6. I am newly diagnosed as well so I am gleening information from this post right along with you. Brooksbelle, I am so happy to hear that you are feeling better after just three weeks; I should be coming along soon too. I can't imagine ever eating gluten on purpose again either, I just want to feel better too. Thanks everyone for sharing your wisdom and experience.