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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Poppi    101

This has a "Gluten Free" label on it at the grocery store so I bought it without really looking at it (dumb, I know).

Then I read the ingredients when I got home and found "Glucose solids (corn or wheat)". That made me nervous so it sat in my cupboard for a few months. Last night I looked it up and found that glucose solids from wheat are considered to be gluten free and so I went ahead and whipped it up for the family. We are moving towards a whole foods diet and trying to use up the processed stuff we've already invested money in.

I had a bowl and last night and this morning have a terrible stomach ache. I feel like I've got barbed wire threaded through my entire digestive system. But I don't feel glutened, there's no brain fog and that's usually my first symptom.

I guess the question is: gluten/wheat reaction? Or just crappy food I shouldn't have put into my body?

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