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Since going gluten-free, I feel SO much better. But I have had two terrible heartburn experiences. I mean this was not mild heartburn, this was chest on fire MAKE IT GO AWAY hearburn! Both times were after I ate food labeled as "gluten free".

The first time was after trying a gluten-free pizza on special gluten-free crust.

This last time was after having a handful of gluten-free pretzels by Glutino. They were really good too.... but but worth the after burn.

What could be causing this? Any thoughts?

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This happens to me when I get glutened by cross contamination. It happens a day or so before the intestinal issues start. Either that or there is something else in the food that doesn't agree with you such as soy or corn etc.

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That happened to me two weekends ago. I could not figure out what caused it.

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Was that a take out pizza? Not all places that do gluten free pizza have pizza that is really gluten free due to all the cross contamination issues.

The Glutino pretzels would have gotten me because of the soy but I don't know if that is the case for you.

Pepto Bismal liquid usually puts the burn out really quick for me.

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Was that a take out pizza? Not all places that do gluten free pizza have pizza that is really gluten free due to all the cross contamination issues.

The Glutino pretzels would have gotten me because of the soy but I don't know if that is the case for you.

Pepto Bismal liquid usually puts the burn out really quick for me.

It definitely could be cross contamination, because I am having issues keeping my kitchen area gluten free. I have two teenage boys that cook for themselves, and they aren't always the cleanest...

Thanks for the info!

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Some of the gluten-free flours will do that to me. I have to be picky. I have to watch soy (which I know is in the pretzels) and bean flours.

Personally, I wouldn't automatically blame gluten for any problems. I was sicker with the gluten-free products than I ever have been with gluten (same for the others in our house). We have to be very careful which sub we choose which is another reason why I just make my own.

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Since going gluten-free, I feel SO much better. But I have had two terrible heartburn experiences. I mean this was not mild heartburn, this was chest on fire MAKE IT GO AWAY hearburn! Both times were after I ate food labeled as "gluten free".

The first time was after trying a gluten-free pizza on special gluten-free crust.

This last time was after having a handful of gluten-free pretzels by Glutino. They were really good too.... but but worth the after burn.

What could be causing this? Any thoughts?

I get sick off of many gluten free products, I am very sensitive though, but I get that horrible heartburn too. Nothing seems to work to get rid of it for me till the whole experience runs its course. I am at the point of knowing I just need to make from scratch all my food.

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I get sick off of many gluten free products, I am very sensitive though, but I get that horrible heartburn too. Nothing seems to work to get rid of it for me till the whole experience runs its course. I am at the point of knowing I just need to make from scratch all my food.

Exact same for me!

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I am so glad that I am not the only one! I guess I will just have to stay away from gluten-free substitute food. And when it makes me as sick to my stomach as I was the last two time I tried it, I don't think it will be that hard.

Thank you!

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