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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Is Corn O.k?
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Almost every gluten free product has corn in it. I'm starting to wonder if too much corn is making my toddlers constipation worse....Does anybody else have a prob with corn?

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Yes, corn is gluten free. Some cannot have it because they are intolorent to it.

 

A good test for corn would be to eat it off the cob.

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Maybe you could cut back on the gluten-free processed replacements until she heals?  They can have a lot of odd ingredients, like gums,  that many people find hard to digest.

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I am intolerant to corn! It's evil and in everything. lol. I get pain with it, severe pain...I am a chronic D girl normally (colitis), so it doesn't give me C. I can't respond to that. But maybe cut out the processed stuff OR make your own gluten-free and corn free :)

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Corn or rice or bean .. They use it to substitute I agree with everyone above. Try a more natural diet. Alot of fresh veggies are in season now :) 

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Corn or rice or bean .. They use it to substitute I agree with everyone above. Try a more natural diet. Alot of fresh veggies are in season now :)

Thanks everyone!

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