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About Gonzo_Vision

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  1. The longest I have been sick for was 1 month when I ate gluten infested chicken fingers in Seoul. It was one of the hardest months of my life. I tried laxatives, tea and lots of sleep but nothing helped. To bad there wasn't a pill we could take so that we could enjoy gluten again. I'm also lactose intolerant and it's nice to just take a pill whenever I want a glass of milk.
  2. Hi I've been living in South Korea for 2 years now. I've also been a celiac my whole life but was diagnosed when I was 18. I have a warning to anyone who is thinking of travelling/teaching in Korea. DO NOT TRUST korean products if it says on the label 100% rice pasta then what it really means is 30-50% rice pasta. Also asians have no idea about celiac's diesease so even if you ask them if their product has wheat flour in it and tell them you have an allergy they will still tell you no it doesn't, when in reality it really does. This is partially because they don't know about allergies, but mostly because they just want to sell you their product. Be careful, I have gotten sick twice since being here (At the moment of typing this I am sick from eating "rice flour dumplings") I grew up in Canada and I knew how difficult it is to live a glueten free lifestyle....but living in Korea is 10 times harder. I just wanted to let you guys know, even though Koreans diet's consist of mostly rice, if you see a product in a package then it probably has wheat in it. All the best to you guys I know how hard of a struggle it is to live your life with glueten sensitivity, and it's nice to know that there are people out there who care. thanks for reading, Ben