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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Is it safe to eat sweets or other things that have no wheat in them? Even if it wasn't written on it "gluten-free"... :huh:

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Not always. I bought some cereal bars right after my diagnosis in the health food section of my grocery store that said "wheat free"... before opening and eating them, i checked the ingredients and they were full of barley. i think most items that are wheat free and gluten free will say it on the box, check the ingredients if they don't state they are gluten free.

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Aimee,

I did the same thing, but wasn't smart enough to check the lable, so I wolfed down the whole box of crackers, and boy did I pay the next day!!! <_<

Thanks for the info.

Sharon

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