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  1. Hi smpalesh, I'm wondering which types of Amy's you're eating. I suppose it's been awhile since I've seen posts about Amy's frozen foods being problematic for the posters but I also haven't been reading as much here lately. For years it...
  2. Hi Kocoyboy, Hope you can feel better soon, it's tough when not seeing improvements. Honestly, a week & a half is often not long enough to get settled into knowing what to avoid & to answer "where/what CAN I eat?" Is there...
  3. Haven't seen anyone mention that it can be good, just in general, to let a specialist take a look under the hood, so to speak, since we already know things haven't been well. I feel better knowing I've got a baseline eval available for...
  4. Oops what'd I miss, reigning in absentia? Wayyy too busy w/ Ronaihna messin w/ his cousin Monti's head. Hope it just blows over. Ohhhh Gnikkers, hugs from me too. Screw that boiler tho, yah? Russel (hehe) awesome that the work hrs...
  5. Nope. You're right about the part that it's significant that your immune system has never had a break from gluten. There's no need to increase your gluten intake beyond the 'some every day' you're already getting. Good luck w/ the testing...
  6. I'm wondering which type of Amy's because I think I used to see posts questioning cc in Amy's frozen foods but almost never the canned ones. There's a canned Amy's gluten-free organic southwest chili I've had plenty of times w/out a problem...
  7. I've been eating Tjoe's almond butter regularly w/out issue for probably 6 yrs. Mostly the Crunchy, tho I doubt creamy vs crunchy is a factor. This label has the shared equipment warning for peanuts, tree nuts & soy. No mention of...
  8. I think the main thing right now for you is to INSIST on celiac testing before trying gluten-free, or the testing will become ineffective. Oh dang, just saw that you may have already had the appt today. How'd it go?
  9. If it didn't cause an intolerable or even highly significant rise in symptoms, I suppose that's what I'd do, but I usually shy away from giving specific recommendations. I've seen occasional but rare posts of ppl affected longer term, after...
  10. Hi Mirjam, if you do restart on the gluten, remember it doesn't take a lot. I've been seeing studies on it for a while & here's a new one mentioned today in the forum's Publications Section. http://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/simple...
  11. I think it's safe to say it'd be more unpleasant if you were re-introducing gluten after feeling increasingly healthier during weeks or months 100% gluten-free. (Slight assumption in there on it being celiac) You did say you never really...
  12. Well that's a bit off-topic & curiously defensive. Someone posted that "often ppl say 2 slices/day" & I add the single cracker quote from your fav site & that's a bad thing? (Sarah had asked whether we'd "recommend amping...
  13. Yeah, I thought it'd be easy to check glutenfreedrugs.com too. Apparently Greenstone was one of 3 mfgs when it started going generic in 2006. A thread here from '06-'11 at least doesn't have anyone saying they reacted, tho it looks like...
  14. Looks pretty good so far. (Some parts under progress) From what I've seen it's all post-Dx info. The Level 1, 2, 3 architecture could work pretty well, letting ppl easily choose how detailed the info is for each topic. http://bidmc...
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