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    New Celiac Pill And Dh

    I just did a little research and found that those with DH were not included in the clinical trials for AT-1001, one of the drugs being evaluated at the moment. Guess, no one really knows at this point. Thanks for the info!
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    New Celiac Pill And Dh

    Hi everyone, Just wondering if anyone had any thoughts on the celiac pill that is currently in FDA trials. I can't find any information on whether the pill would help those that suffer from DH. I was thinking/hoping/praying that it would help those that break out from the tiniest amount of cross-contamination, but I'm not sure. Curious to hear what others think. Thanks!
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    Super Sensitive Please Help.

    Hi! I saw your post today and I just had to reply because I sooooo know what you are going through. To answer your question, yes some people are really sensitive! I am definitely one of those people. It took me a long time to figure out what I can and cannot tolerate. Mostly I've figured things out by trial and error (unfortunately). It is really hard because there are so many "gluten free" products on the market now that look really delicious, but I cannot tolerate 99% of them I have not found a brand of potato chip that I can tolerate, and I'm pretty sure I've tried them all. I make my own in the oven now. I also have not found a brand of cereal that I can eat. I make hot cereal from brown rice that I grind in a coffee grinder though. I had really made peace with it for the most part, but now that I am pregnant I can't even walk down the cereal aisle at the market without wanting to cry. Anyhow, I know everyone is different in what they can and can't tolerate, and I know that some people are even more sensitive than I am. But below is a list of processed foods that I have found I can tolerate so maybe this will help you. Tinkyada rice pasta Silk Almond Milk Heinz ketchup Kraft BBQ Sauce Smuckers natural peanut butter Kinnikinnick white sandwich bread Hunt's canned tomatoes I am usually ok with the regular store brand of granulated sugar or brown sugar although I have used Domino with no problem too. Also, never had a problem with any brand of olive oil I've tried. You can make amazing peanut butter cookies from just peanut butter, eggs and sugar (if you can tolerate these foods). Hang in there, it will get easier!
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    Jules Gluten Free Flour

    dilettantsteph: Where did you buy your grain mill? that is really scary about the corn. Probably explains why I can't eat cornmeal without a reaction. Thanks!
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    Jules Gluten Free Flour

    Thanks for the responses! I think I will go ahead and order the flour and try it out.
  6. Hello all, Just signed up for this forum, so forgive me if this is not posted in the appropriate place! I am an extremely super, super sensitive celiac so my question is directed at other super sensitives. Have any of you tried Jules gluten free flour? If so, did you react to it? I am cooking a Thanksgiving dinner this year and having some flour I can use would be very helpful. I have tried several of the pre-packaged varieties out there and reacted to them. I also make my own rice flour a lot, however it comes out gritty and coarse, and is not useful for baking. Jules website states that they use very strict manufacturing procedures, so it sounds promising. However, at 19.95 per bag, I'd like to have a better idea about whether I will have to throw it out or not! Anyone who has tried it please let me know..Thanks
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