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  1. No problems. I went back and reread the original article and saw that there were many celiacs that continue to eat the crackers with no problems. I am not celiac, but gluten intolerant and choose to eat them now...although the dairy in them may cause me to cut them out of my diet yet. :-)

  2. Thank you so much for commenting on my post!! Yes, I think the original posts were from years ago. LOL I was just looking up anything I could find on these crackers. My intention in writing you was to agree with your comments because I felt the same way. The post was so old I couldn't respond directly to it. Anyway, thanks again! :)

  3. Hi!! I just wanted you to know that I read the posts about Blue Diamond Almond Nut Thins saying they are supportive of celiac disease at the same time they are producing their product in a facility that also processes wheat!! I didn't know this until I just ate half a box of the cheddar cheese crackers!!! I was so upset because I would have never eaten them had ...

  4. Gluten Free Rice Krispies are now available in the US. There are no plans by Kelloggs, at this point, to bring the product...
  5. I just bought some Udi's bread at Save-On Foods in the Edmonton, AB area. I'm impressed...it's very good! I'm trying...
  6. I love Lara Bars, and like Glutino Breakfast bars...I actually do. I also prefer Mrs. Leepers corn pasta to Tinkyada...
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    Boston's

    Boston's Gourmet Pizza are the US version of Boston Pizza which is a Canadian company. As I understand it, they are fairly...
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    Cutest Dog Contest

    Oh, it's a cutest DOG contest! That's not what it says in the subject line.
  9. Miralax is PEG-3350 (Polyethylene Glycol.) It is gluten free. We can't buy Miralax in Canada, so we get PEG-3350 from...
  10. My understanding is that the body is not efficient at changing vitamin D2 to D3 (the type our bodies need), so D2 is...
  11. D3 is the kind to take. I take 2,000 IU a day, as well as 2,000 mg vitamin C and 1,000 mg of fish oil. Michelle
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    Ulcerative Colitis?

    The Specific Carbohydrate Diet was developed for treating IBD such as Chron's and Colitis. It may be worth checking out...
  13. Vance's DariFree is a good substitute. My kids thought it was the closest in taste to milk of all the substitutes...especially...
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    Horrible Slate Article

    I think many of them are. Especially during the many years it takes for proper diagnosis of autoimmune disease. I believe...
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    Soy Allergy Vs. Soy Intolerance

    Oils, because of the way they are processed, do not contain the offending allergenic protein. In theory, one should be...
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