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This morning I had Rice Crispies for breakfast with milk, and within about half an hour I was feeling fuzzy, and light headed, my eyesight was blurred and I felt quite nauseous. I thought Rice Crispies were gluten free but admit to not checking the box, but could the effect really come on so soon after eating them? Or could milk cause such a quick reaction too? Or maybe it's something else altogether. Roll on Friday and at least I will know one way or the other. Thanks.

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regular rice crispies are not gluten free. I believe it has barley malt in them.

 

Everyone is different, including their reactions.

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regular rice crispies are not gluten free. I believe it has barley malt in them.

 

Everyone is different, including their reactions.

Thankyou for replying. Just trying to make sense of it all. :)

Jo

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Looks like you have learned one of the basic rules of Celiac "Read the label!" :wacko:

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Looks like you have learned one of the basic rules of Celiac "Read the label!" :wacko:

Thanks

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