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  1. It would be wise to stay away from all foods that can even 'crossreact' with gluten. My problems persisted after quetting gluten (because I replaced it with a lot of rice, potatoes, milkproducts, etc, which also caused the same problems). You can use the graph for the foods you can start to...
  2. It would be wise to stay away from all foods that can even 'crossreact' with gluten. My problems persisted after quetting gluten (but I replaced it with a lot of rice, potatoes, milkproducts, etc). You can use the graph for the foods you can start to eliminate beside gluten. Hope it helps...