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About gfreemom72

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  2. thank u, everyone!
  3. So this confuses me.....take a Gluten-Free product like Chex cereal.....some celiacs say they can eat with no problem, while others are more sensitive and have a problem after eating it. If you aren't ultra sensitive and don't react after eating it, does that mean it's not affecting you internally?? I ask because my son has NO symptoms....we found celiac by accident....and this actually makes it harder.....I let him eat things that are labeled Gluten-Free, but often wonder if some celiacs get symptoms from such foods, couldn't they be damaging his intestines as well...even though he feels ok?? I feel like I'm not explaining this well...I hope someone understands my blabber! thanks!!
  4. Everything I've read said that most m&ms are gluten free....but I did call Mars and they said they make the candy on the same equipment as the pretzel m&ms...though they are "stringent in cleaning the lines'. Does anyone eat m&ms and has anyone had a problem? Thanks!
  5. Try Classico...they have a great alfredo sauce and it says Gluten-Free right on the label! Cheers!
  6. I always find that speaking to the store manager helps. If you ask for what you need they are usually happy to help and will order what customers want. Good luck!
  7. Hi my son's doctor prescribed Vyvanse for adhd and neither he nor the pharmacist can tell me if it is Gluten-Free....I called the manufacturer and they say while no gluten ingredients were used the med has never been tested for thw absence of gluten. so is that considered gluten free?? Please help...pretty new at this and nervous! thanks!!