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  1. I'm so glad someone posted this! I thought maybe it had something to do with getting older, or maybe I had developed another intollerance. I am a very petite woman and used to be able to hold my drink like a man, I could just keep drinking and drinking and never really feel it let alone get sick...
  2. Hi, I just wanted to tell you guys about a product I've just tried and loved. 'Peppercorn' brand now available in some safeways/woolworths sell sausages and patties that are low fat , low cholesterol etc but most importantly they are gluten free and really really tasty. There are a few different...
  3. Hi, How long have you been gluten free for? I have heard that the neurological symptoms take a lot longer to go away that the physical symptoms. I also have scary dreams when I get glutened but they are more along the lines of giant donut and bread stick shaped monsters chasing me and trying...
  4. I have heard a few different opinions about glucose syrup not just in ice cream but also in sweets and soft drinks. Honestly I'm a little confused, how is it that these are considered gluten free and why is it that some people react and others don't?
  5. It so interesting that so many of us have had ear problems. I actually have scars on my ear drums from having so many ear infections. They started when I was around 2, as soon as one would clear up another one would start. I have had ringing in my ears since I was sixteen. I have not had an ear...
  6. OMG I am so excited!!! Just came from coles where I bought gluten free ice-cream!!! 'purechill organic ice-cream' is labeled as gluten-free: comes in vanilla, chocolate, blueberry, rasberry and mango. Tried the blueberry and it is really good, creamy and delicious. is around $7 for a one...
  7. Well, here is mine: I guess I have had symptoms of celiac disease since I was a kid. I was constantly sick with various things, it seemed that I would catch anything that was going around. I also had bad teeth, was very slow to grow (I'm still only 5ft 2" and 110 pounds having gained 10 pounds...
  8. Sorry but oats usually contain gluten! There has been a lot of debate about this but most celiac resources say not to eat oats. However if you are after gluten free breakfast ideas, 'lowans' brand rice porridge is really good, as is 'basco' brand honey rings, both should be at your local supermarket