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  1. Welcome to the community! I don’t post often at all; but like you I have found this site to be a tremendous resource! I was diagnosed with celiac disease about 6 years ago! I too was almost immediately better and felt human again! I slowly started to have symptoms again which I feel were associated with other grains, dairy, sugar and inflammatory foods. Remember that celiac disease is an inflammatory disease! I wholeheartedly agree with the Whole Foods approach others have mentioned here. I am better everytime I take that route! Unfortunately I am not as faithful to this approach as I wish! I
  2. Hi Everybody!! Well, the holidays are here and I just made a HUGE mistake! I ate a Lindt Lindor Dark Chocolate truffle ASSUMING that it was ok. I have celiac disease and have been gluten free for 3 years now and I should have known better! I am so mad at myself! Anyway, this is the first time that I can remember that I know I definitely ingested gluten since going gluten free. I'm sure I have had gluten unknowingly or have been cross contaminated because I have had reactions over the last three years, but nothing that I could 100% pinpoint. Anyway, I am not sure what my reaction wil
  3. daisymae, you left a message on my profile complaining about the almond nut thins. I don't believe there used to be such statement on the boxes...I'm sure the post was from a long time ago. This incident just reinforces the need to be diligent about ALWAYS reading ingredient lists before buying and consuming products. I would recommend to contact the company as well to register your com...

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