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I just finished eating a half cup serving of trail mix using gluten-free rice crispies and all gluten-free ingrediants, and am yet running to the bathroom. This is not the first time this has happened. Anyone else have this experience? Please let me know.

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What are the ingredients/brands of all the "parts" of the trail mix you made?

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What are the ingredients/brands of all the "parts" of the trail mix you made?

I used rice crispies, almonds, dried pineapple, craisens, brown sugar, butter, and frozen pineapple juice concentrate. I've eaten all the other ingrediants alone and have had no problems. Can't figure it out, but another woman in my celiac support group had the same experience.

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Ranger,

Did you use regular Kellogg's Rice Crispies? Those contain malt and therefore are not gluten-free.

Beyond that, possibly the other ingredients were processed on shared lines with wheat--some nuts are, for example Diamond Shelled Walnuts (not sure about their almonds).

To figure out the culprit, you need to take each ingredient and determine it's safety for you. If you list them including brands, maybe we can help you.

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Hi-- I recently saw a post here where the poster thought some brands of craisins were coated in a gluten mix to keep them from sticking together. Maybe it isn't the rice krispies?

May you glutening be mild and brief!

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Ranger,

Did you use regular Kellogg's Rice Crispies? Those contain malt and therefore are not gluten-free.

Beyond that, possibly the other ingredients were processed on shared lines with wheat--some nuts are, for example Diamond Shelled Walnuts (not sure about their almonds).

To figure out the culprit, you need to take each ingredient and determine it's safety for you. If you list them including brands, maybe we can help you.

the box of rice cripies was marked gluten free, and all the other stuff I eat with no problem. Mystery.

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Hi-- I recently saw a post here where the poster thought some brands of craisins were coated in a gluten mix to keep them from sticking together. Maybe it isn't the rice krispies?

May you glutening be mild and brief!

Thanks. They have been minor, thank God! I hate being glutened!

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Hi Ranger

I don't know how long you have been gluten-free but here's a thought or two! Many do not get enough roughage or fiber & once it dawns on them to add something , it has been awhile since theri intestinal tract has had to break down roughage.

Another thing is the chocolate can cause some distress......Lastly, sometimes you can eat each item on its own but when added to other things it causes upset. This happens to me on occassion but I haven't figured out why!

Feel better soon

blessings

mamaw

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One other thought to throw in the mix. It may have been something you ate yesterday or the day before that got you gluten wise. For some of us the reaction is delayed between injestion and upset tummy. For myself I have a decided three day pattern. I eat the substance, I get some nongut related nastyness and then 3 days later the D hits.

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If you were using Erewhon crispy brown rice cereal, it is made on the same lines as Oatie-O's. We found an Oatie-O in our crispy brown rice with mixed berries box....

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