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  1. I was at a funeral yesterday and brought my own lunch from home and got violently ill. Again. I had a sandwich on Udi's bread. I started thinking back and realized that everytime I eat it, I get sick. Last week, a fried egg and Udi's toast. Sick. And sick after every sandwich. I kept blaming it on whatever I ate with the bread but now realize it is the bread itself. So sad, but I won't eat it again. I feel better knowing that others cannot tolerate it either. I know it is gluten free but my reactions are those of a gluten reaction.
  2. I had my tonsils out at 3 and my appendectomy at 16, both before diagnosis.
  3. Yours are the safe ones. The ones I was buying didn't say Pure Premium, just Tropicana 100% orange juice from concentrate. I called Splenda and they said their product is gluten free.
  4. Thanks so much for posting that. I buy cases of Tropicana at Costco in the small bottles. They say 100% orange juice from concentrate so I always assumed that they were just that. So, now I looked closely and saw "natural flavors" . Great! I've been drinking them weekly for over a year now. The Premuim Tropicana says "not from concentrate". I guess that's the big difference. No wonder I still have so many symptoms! I went on the Celiac Society site you mentioned and looked up Splenda. It said forbidden - either contains gluten or can't be verified. Hate to tell you how much of that I ingest
  5. I use Giant Foods brand lite syrup and mix it with pure maple syrup. On the list of gluten-free Giant brand foods, their regular and lite pancake syrups were listed. Costco often has good deals on pure maple syrup as well.
  6. I received the second reply from Yardley today. Here it is: Terri: I have checked with our regulatory consultant and he said that our Secret Cottage Body Washes and Lotions are also gluten free. Have a great day. Judy "Terri Collins" <TCOLLINS@nada.org> 04/26/2005 09:01 AM To: <info@yardleylondon.com> cc: Subject: Re: Gluten free Thank you, that is great news! Are the body washes, lotions, etc. also gluten free? Thanks, Terri >>> <info@yardleylondon.com> 04/26/05 9:58 AM &g
  7. Here is the answer I just got from Method soap. Hello there, thanks so much for taking the time to write to us! In response to your question regarding gluten, the good news is that all of our products are gluten-free, so you should be absolutely safe to use both our hand wash and dish soap without worry. Hope that information is helpful! If you have any other questions whatsoever, please feel free to call or email me directly anytime. Take care and have a beautiful rest of the week! Warmest regards, sarah d. pollock influencer marketing manager method products,
  8. I wrote to Yardley and they said their bar soap is gluten free. All varieties of it. I also wrote to Method soap about their liquid hand soap and dish detergent. I read the ingredients and there aren't any buzz words, but I want to be sure.
  9. I've been curious about the same thing. My dad passed away at 56 from Pancreatic cancer. I can remember him having indigestion every night and miserable stomach problems. He was not thin, though. However I've been diagnosed through the blood tests with Celiac Disease and wonder if perhaps I inherited it from him? Perhaps he had it all along and undiagnosed it led into pancreatic cancer? It's interesting to hear of others with the same link as I don't believe pancreatic cancer is as common as others.
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