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  1. I'm curious if there is interest in a gluten free bed & breakfast/hotel stay in Los Angeles? I live in Hollywood and have a small rental unit. Some of my neighbors run B & Bs out of their homes, which seems fun, but as I'm celiac, I'd like to do it gluten free I was thinking to...
  2. Updating info on this old post...guar gum can indeed contain soy. While it is derived from the guar plant (no soy there), when it goes through processing to become guar gum, 10% protein is added from...you guessed, soy. Or sometimes not soy, but a different food-based protein. So you may...
  3. I'll second RiceGuy. Include in your list of soy foods: mono-and-di-glycerides. Also, depending on how sensitive you are: mixed tocopheryls and vitamin E (a preservative typically derived from soy, though it could be from wheat (rarely, if ever I've found), or synthetic). Merika
  4. Oh, phooh, it's whatever you feel like are up to. If you feel geared up for preg, go for it. If you are tired and exhausted and can't imagine carrying an extra 30 pounds and having weird dietary cravings, then wait Folic acid is recommended to all women ttc, because it's effect is greatest...
  5. KayJay, oooh, how exciting, you're about to have a baby, lalalala.... Bummer about the morning sickness Recent studies have shown that there is no extra risk for babies of celiac moms. None, zero, nada, zip. There MAY be an increased risk of EARLY miscarriage among non gluten-free celiac...
  6. Well, we've been thinking about it, but are not up to it yet. FWIW, I was not gluten-free during my pregnancy 4 yrs ago and was very celiac (can one be "very" celiac?). Oddly, I instinctively went off grains the first 3 months, ate erratically the middle 3, and felt better than I had in YEARS. Don...