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I am feeling the gluten now. Stomach pains, Nausea and depression already...

I ate for dinner:

Fire Side Gourmet 100% Pure Black Angus Beef hamburger patty

Bush's Black Beans

and Great Value Creamed Corn..

What could it have been of this???

I just want to SCREAM!! It has been SO LONG since I was glutened!! AGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

I am also Super Sensitive.. Could it have been CC??

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I listed the brand name a second ago, it was from Walmart.. And my husband cooked it.. We have a gluten-free household, so no 'known' gluten here...

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I am feeling the gluten now. Stomach pains, Nausea and depression already...

I ate for dinner:

Fire Side Gourmet 100% Pure Black Angus Beef hamburger patty

Bush's Black Beans

and Great Value Creamed Corn..

What could it have been of this???

I just want to SCREAM!! It has been SO LONG since I was glutened!! AGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

I am also Super Sensitive.. Could it have been CC??

Hi and sorry you are feeling bad....I hate this! Maybe it was the cream in the cream corn or the corn itself. I'm starting to notice issue when I eat corn....bloating and glutened type stuff......just a thought.

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I recently got CC'ed from meat at Sam's Club....I don't know about Walmart though :(

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Hmm.. :( Sorry you got CC :(

I wish I knew what it was!! I am getting so MAD! :'-(

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Thanks so much, Scooby :)

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Is it for sure this meal? I usually don't get symptoms until 4-6 hours later...so usually it's not what I just ate, but the meal before.... :unsure:

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I'd say CC could be likely - none of these are on the low end of gluten free, I don't believe. And as another sensitive celiac buddy? Any of those three would likely get me. :(

If, however, I was going to pick the most likely - just looking at food, not brands - I'd take a look at the beans and corn. Beans and grains tend to be grown in the same fields and are very often exposed to the same equipment, so there is a higher risk of CC for them. Corn is often a rotation crop for wheat, specifically, so there is an even higher risk of CC from them. I got sick so often on corn that I thought it WAS the corn that was getting me, but more and more it's looking like CC to it.

So sorry you're feeling sick, though - I'm in the same spot from last night, so just...a big virtual hug for your pain. :)

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Is it for sure this meal? I usually don't get symptoms until 4-6 hours later...so usually it's not what I just ate, but the meal before.... :unsure:

Yea I get delayed reactions also. Sometimes the offending food is even a couple of days back which can make it really hard to figure out. A food diary can be helpful in figuring out delayed reactions.

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I recently got CC'ed from meat at Sam's Club....I don't know about Walmart though :(

Walmart and Sams Club use the same suppliers (all owned by Sam Walton) I have been told that processed patties are a no no. I hope you feel better soon.

I too got glutened last night. I made Jell-O Choc. pudding (Lactaid milk)and cool whip. Does anyone know if that could be the culpret???

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I actually start feeling gluten in 1-3 hours... 4 Max.. And since I haven't been able to eat to start with, I only ate dinner yesterday... So it WAS from dinner.. But my worst doesn't usually start until day 3.. :(

As for the beans and corn being CC'ed from the field they were grown in, I thought about the corn, but not about the beans...

I think I will start keeping a food diary.. It would be worth it to know... Agh. :(

And as for the hug, AWWW!!! Big hugs to you too..

And to ArubaWendy for her glutening.. :( So sorry hun.

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So do I react fast?

I can usually know within 40 minutes if I've been glutened..... At most an hour or two?

And I'm like SUPER sensitive as well

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Hi. I didn't see anyone else mention this, so I joined the site so I could:

It quite possibly was the angus burger. Many of the angus burger packages I've read have flavorings, some gluten, in them. The high-end burgers have flavorings while the low-end are just meat, in my experience. Out of all the GV burgers I've tried my family likes the 85-15 patties the best. I use them as a "fast" food for times I don't feel like cooking.

Anyhow, the other stuff may have contributed, but my first thought when reading your list was the beef because I'd almost bought angus burgers once and for some reason read the back of the package and put them back. Then whenever I saw angus burgers I'd read the packages, and again put them back.

100% beef or chicken or whatever meat on the label unfortunately doesn't mean there aren't flavorings and additives, just that they don't have fillers in them.

Good luck to you! :)

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I'd say CC could be likely - none of these are on the low end of gluten free, I don't believe. And as another sensitive celiac buddy? Any of those three would likely get me. :(

If, however, I was going to pick the most likely - just looking at food, not brands - I'd take a look at the beans and corn. Beans and grains tend to be grown in the same fields and are very often exposed to the same equipment, so there is a higher risk of CC for them. Corn is often a rotation crop for wheat, specifically, so there is an even higher risk of CC from them. I got sick so often on corn that I thought it WAS the corn that was getting me, but more and more it's looking like CC to it.

So sorry you're feeling sick, though - I'm in the same spot from last night, so just...a big virtual hug for your pain. :)

So we need to add no beans or corn to our list of no no foods? If corn is an issue then what about corn tortillas, and gluten free products that have corn in them.. Geesh,,,, I wish this gluten free process was as simple as having it easily listed on the ingredients list.. Cc adds so much more stress.

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The vast majority of people with celiac disease can eat corn without problems. There are some of us who, in addition to celiac disease, are intolerant to corn. Cross contamination is possible in anything.

In the early stages of recovery, you will have reactions to many gluten-free foods. It does not mean that you have a problem with those foods--it just means that your damaged intestines are still having trouble with food in general.

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I thought of the patty too. Sometimes I have trouble tolerating foods with a high grease content. Fireside gourmet patties are like 30% fat right? What flavor was it? Was it the pure beef patty or did it have onion or some other flavor?

I've had Bush's beans and they seem to be ok.

Are you having trouble with corn in general? I cut corn out of my diet 5 days ago. I kept noticing symptoms (swelling & D) after eating corn. I feel soooo much better with it gone! I really feel like I'm on the road to recovery now.

I hope you feel better soon. I'm so sorry for you.

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I am feeling the gluten now. Stomach pains, Nausea and depression already...

I ate for dinner:

Fire Side Gourmet 100% Pure Black Angus Beef hamburger patty

Bush's Black Beans

and Great Value Creamed Corn..

What could it have been of this???

I just want to SCREAM!! It has been SO LONG since I was glutened!! AGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

I am also Super Sensitive.. Could it have been CC??

Becci,

Sorry to hear of your discomfort. My guess is the Great Value brand cream corn from Walmart. I have found a long "processed with" label warning that includes wheat on many of their products. Double check the can again. Good luck and feel better.

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I'm here because I googled those burgers + gluten.  Had them for dinner last night, and "got glutened" just like you.  They list "natural flavoring" under ingredients--I'm guessing that means malt, i.e. barley.  Anyway, they're off my menu.  Sorry they got you too.

 

I am feeling the gluten now. Stomach pains, Nausea and depression already...

I ate for dinner:

Fire Side Gourmet 100% Pure Black Angus Beef hamburger patty
Bush's Black Beans
and Great Value Creamed Corn..

What could it have been of this???

I just want to SCREAM!! It has been SO LONG since I was glutened!! AGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

I am also Super Sensitive.. Could it have been CC??

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Welcome Florida Guy!

 

This thread is old....so the member you are responding to will likely not see your post.

 

Feel free to look around and post again!

 

-Lisa

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Welcome FloridaGuy! So sorry you were just glutened. Note to self: No Fireside Angus burgers!

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