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  1. As far as I know, oats have a molecule that, while technically not gliadin (the naughty-bit of gluten), it looks an awful lot like it. In our family, where my husband and I as well as our 2 children are Celiacs, my husband and and daughter (who are least affected)are able to tolerate gluten-free oats. My son and I (with higher antibody levels and more symptoms)cannot tolerate them. I advise patients to avoid all oats until they have a really good handle on gluten-free foods and secret sources of gluten so they can challenge themselves w/ gluten-free oats after months or years living gluten-free w/o confusing the picture.
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