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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Here's what they said. I am the quality manager for Axium Foods. We manufacture the tortilla chips you referenced. As you noted, our chips contain oat fiber; however oats are current not considered to contain gluten. The 3 primary sources of gluten are wheat, barley, and rye. Our supplier of oat fiber has tested their product and found it to contain less than 10 parts per million gluten, which is the limit of their test. Therefore, we are able to claim that our chips are gluten free. I hope that answers your question. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact me. I dont have celiacs, my child does and I am always trying to find a cheaper alternative while not risking his health. So would you eat them? Thoughts?
  2. we do a combined home because my son gets constipated eating all gluten-free. So, I just have 2 different breads, different cereal, different crackers, etc... We do the gluten-free pasta though.
  3. my son had pretty much all the same symptoms the biggest one was weighing less at 1 yr than 6 months and crying constantly. He was "diagnosed" with celiac from a family doc from a blood test and diet response-we didnt do the scope. We saw a big change, but not everything went away. We found that he also couldnt have eggs, red dye, processed meat,corn and most processed foods. (just diet elimination is how we discovered these) We got much better-I have read stuff about leaky gut and I think that is what was going on. When his stomach healed we were able to add those back in(the processed stuff in moderation). Now just gluten free he is thriving. So check for cross contamination, but also check for other issues that he could be having.
  4. Since she is under 5 and you are on some food stamps you should qualify for wic and you can get some free food that way. My husband is allergic to wheat, corn, soy, shrimp, shellfish and couple others that we dont eat ever so I cant remember what they are. My son has celiacs. We eat alot of ground meat or whole chickens or chicken breast with the bone in-its much cheaper than buying no bone chicken. We do alot of beans-watch out for kidney beans they have corn syrup in them and some canned tomatoes will too. I buy huge amounts of canned beans, canned vaggies, canned tomatoes, canned fruit, etc. Also potatoes are great for an easy cheap meal. I make my own butter-its cheaper when you are using it alot and its soft and spreadable. You take heavy whipping cream(aldis-1.87) put a dash of salt in and put it in the blender until it turns to butter-delish and easy. I store it in a sour cream tub. rice chex, cinnamon chex, fruity pebbles and cocoa pebbles are gluten free, and made from rice-you would have to check for cornstarch though-I dont have any in the house right now.
  5. Cornmeal

    well, I just talked to them, and they said the product is gluten free, but shared on equipment with wheat-so I guess eat at your own risk.
  6. Cornmeal

    When I bought the Hodgson Mill corn meal I looked it up online and it said gluten free-now I cant find that. I just called them to make sure and hopefully will hear back soon. okay I found it, they just redid their website and its not as clear. Heres the link http://www.hodgsonmillstore.com/productsearch.aspx?qs=gluten+free
  7. Cornmeal

    I wouldnt eat it. Hodgson Mill corn meal is gluten free.
  8. These chips say naturally gluten free on them, but then in the ingredients it says oat fiber. So are they still gluten free?
  9. Soup?

    progressos are good. I am going to have to check out the Campbells Chunky soup someone mentioned-that sounds good!
  10. when my first son went gluten-free we had to avoid everything that didn't specifically say gluten free. After he has healed we have found many things to add-even some with a manufactured in a facility with wheat labels. I would avoid for awhile and let yourself heal and then do some trail and error from there.
  11. Kix Cereal

    so far so good for my son, but with these reviews I may quit buying them for awhile-I hope they get a gluten-free label soon.
  12. What's For Breakfast Today?

    chocolate chex cereal