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    travel, reading, hiking, biking, cooking, baking, eating, running, staying positive, swimming, friends, sunshine, education
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  1. Oh wow, I dated A LOT a few years ago while being gluten free, and ate out as well. I was always nervous to tell people but if they accepted it without much hoopla, I pretty much knew they were a good guy. I also had to explain I couldn't kiss them if they had eaten gluten but it always went...
  2. Hey Dan, I replied to your other topic as well and gave a suggestion for a multi that works well for me! I am extremely sensitive to gluten and react to lots that doesn't seem to bother other celiacs. For example a a restaurant in Vancouver that caters to lots of celiacs made me really sick...
  3. Wow, Hellbender! Thank you so much for testing these and posting the results! I am very sensitive to gluten. I haven't ever had a problem with megafood and I feel better when I take their women's multi. Here is a link to the men's multi! http://www.amazon.com/MegaFood-Mens-Daily-Tablets...
  4. What?? Country life isn't safe? Oh man. I have a ton of their products, I bought them after getting glutened from a now brand supplement they claimed was gluten free. Has anyone else gotten sick from country life?
  5. Thank you! Sunshine burgers sound so delicious I'll go get some and try them out !
  6. Do you know what I miss so much at summer BBQs? Veggie burgers. I don't mean the ones that taste like fake meat, I mean those ones that are made from grains, beans or legumes, maybe some cheese. Does anyone have any suggestions? I'm quite sensitive, so certified gluten free is best, but I'd be happy...
  7. Do you use personal care products that your daughter does not use? While my blood tests were okay while I used regular personal care products, I still felt terrible. My blood tests were in the okay zone (14… should be >20) I realized at some point I was reacting to my personal care p...
  8. Hi there! You sound like me a little after I went gluten free. The weight loss started to worry me when I weighed less than I did at 13!!! Crazy, huh? The thing is, when my BMI was about 19, the weightless just stopped. Maybe this is what a healthy weight is for me? I didn't look particularly...
  9. Hmmm... This is interesting. I don't react to any eggs but I just wanted to offer support for MJ_S and dilettantesteph. I understand that we don't want to scare people into eating absolutely nothing, but both of their experiences sound valid to me. While we don't want to post random information...
  10. Hi everyone, Sheesh! I'm so sorry I took so long to reply . I've been gluten free since 2006, so it's not that. I'm positive I've had a gluten reaction from wine, it's just that ... after being gluten free for so long, I really know what a gluten reaction feels like. It took me a long time to...
  11. Hi everyone, I know the wine topic has been done before, and I may have missed it, but I can't find it in the super sensitive forum... I have reacted to wines without question. I have reacted really badly to distilled grain alcohol as well. Just wondering, what wines have you drank (if...
  12. I'm a little late, and it could be the kind bars but…. I've been glutened by Starbucks a number of times. They sometimes sample/handle pastries and although they use pastry tongs or gloves, they still can cause minute cross contamination on hands, cups etc. I can have an americano one day a...