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No Oats For Me But No Other Intolerances
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So I figured out oats are a no for me. Labs came back and SIBO is my problem. So glad it's something an not that I'm crazy. Rifaximin for me for a week. I'm hoping it goes well. So grateful I'm not intolerant of more than gluten and oats. Thanks for all your help :)

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Sorry to hear about your sensitivity to oats. It is estimated that around 10% of celiacs react to the protein in oats also. It is called avenin sensitive enteropathy. I unfortunately fall into this category. I can not consume products that also have oat or potential oat cross contamination. So I have to call manufacturers to see if they use gluten free oats. It has eliminated quite a few gluten free products. There are brands I trust. To name a few: Glutino, Betty Crocker and Ener G. I have contacted them about the oats. Here is a link to a topic I started awhile back.

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Thanks I read the other post. That's great information :)

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