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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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I have a bad habit where I go through periods of getting up at night and raiding the kitchen. Especially when my upper neck (atlas) is out and puts pressure on the brain. Fortunately I started doing this again this week but haven't touched the chese (casein allergic). Instead I go for the corn chips and salsa. Wish I could stop it as I know it's not good for my digestion.

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Stay away from the root beer soda it may not be gulten free,most are made from yeast. :unsure:

MINNIE :)

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Minnie,

Thanks for the reminder about yeast! I think it's been in some things, and I couldn't remember for sure it was bad! I'm beginning to think I may not have bad food reactions, until I'm stressed, or have a lot of gluten! It appears that some doesn't make me feel ill. Hmmmmmmm, will have to check labels closer!

Nita

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Yeast is gluten-free. And many root beers are gluten-free.

richard

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Richard, how was your gluten-free Fourth of July party?

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