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  1. now how exactly is that going to eliminate symptoms? we have people suggesting that they will be able to counteract glutening by taking an enzyme, i currently don't have the attention span to be getting caught up in semantics
  2. only white vinegar is going to be completely distilled. not sure why they don't just use cider vinegar for their sauce
  3. walmart "great value" chocolate. some of them have "may contain barley". I was a little shaky about hershey, nestle, cadbury etc until I read that, I think barley is considered a common allergen in canada now.
  4. ive felt shaky about eating chocolate bars because of that. it doesn't explicitly say they didn't do that with the cocoa, but I noted some choclate DOES say "may contain barley oats rye" which makes me think they have to declare it legally, at least in canada
  5. if it outright says "gluten free" its probably safe. I think typically the products approaching 20ppm and are gluten free will say "processed in a facility that also processes wheat" meaning they tested it at 20ppm but it was still adjacent to flour at some point. many products don't get certified...
  6. you might want to keep your own dishes and wash them separately. as for any gluten enzymes that are marketed, they don't work. one thing you can try is an ascorbate cleanse, which is where you drink lots of water, take a ridiculous amount of vitamin C (like 1 gram per hour). drinking lots of...
  7. corn is one of the most common allergies and you may react to it differently depending on its form. corn that has been dehydrated gives me diarrhoea personally. I can handle the corn syrup and corn starches, which probably have all the proteins removed. I can also eat corn on the cob and even canned...
  8. I ate 2 bananas for breakfast a few days ago and had that happen. It settled down after I had some roasted/salted almonds. I decided I'm probably not banana intolerant because my poop was solid/sank to the bottom. I eat too much sugar, I work in a freezer warehouse that probably causes me to burn...
  9. first thing my doctor told me is that if you can see all the ingredients in front of you it's always going to be safe. shop in the produce section, especially now that its summer and everything is in season. i wouldn't recommend eating fast food, even if it's gluten free, they're hiring a lot of...
  10. wash his clothes and bedding in hot water with a little bleach. (the hottest setting on your machine) if that helps it tells you he's allergic to dust mites or pet dander. if it doesn't help read the fabric tags looking for wool/fleece specifically. allergies to fabrics aren't unheard...
  11. yeah i know they don't care. I was the one who witnessed and reported a guy sucking on the tap. told the supervisor who was even patting himself on the back going "hey seth look im dealing with it" and i see a piece of paper with some writing on it, i dont think it was even a strike against him....
  12. because i wear prescription glasses I can't wear masks or goggles in the freezer, they impair my vision and i'm driving a fork lift. none of the coworkers are wearing masks either because our employer doesnt seem to have any. my point is more that these arbitrary rules grocery stores have about...
  13. It's very noble that you're still avoiding touching things and stuff to help stop the spread of COVID-19. I have some troubling news for you though; when the front line workers in the warehouses and stuff practice poor hygiene the companies and government agencies rarely do anything about it. I've...
  14. lactose-free milk/yogurt is also higher in protein than its lactose containing counterparts. not sure if the bacteria cultures are still active in the yogurt though, active cultures are important for a damaged gut
  15. LOL "forced back to work too soon" i wish i got to isolate for months like all of these people. i got 2 weeks off, had to cut through red tape to get it, and i've been at work this whole time apart from that. my employers never really let me use celiac as an excuse for anything. I've been called...