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  1. speedy2056

    Had Weetabix But Haven't Had A Reaction?

    I woke up in a bad mood today and have a bit of a tummy ache right now. It's the afternoon. Knowing my body, the symptoms of the burger bun should have started to clear so I'm thinking the Weetabix is starting to show through.
  2. speedy2056

    Had Weetabix But Haven't Had A Reaction?

    Okay, thanks Tarnal!
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    Had Weetabix But Haven't Had A Reaction?

    Thanks for the reply, saint! I had been gluten free for about three and a half months since May or June but I went back to my doctors to get an in-depth review of my celiac/wheat allergy testing and he said the numbers were not even borderline...
  4. Does Weetabix contain a different kind of gluten or something because I had some but didn't have any reaction. I think I have gluten intolerance rather than Celiac because I have noticed that my symptoms can develop a few hours after eating...
  5. First of all, I want to apologise for submitting another post on this issue soon after because I didn't think to look at other forums to see whether my post was moved. Anyway, I am still quite new to this. So, flavoring ingredients can...
  6. Does anybody know whether a specific food or drink's label HAS to state whether that food or drink was made in a factory that contains gluten? The reason I ask is because I bought strawberry flavoured milk yesterday from a store here...
  7. Well, I did lots of research about all this in the past few days and narrowed it down to either a possible B3 or B1 deficiency. Firstly, I tried B3 foods, such as chicken and felt no change. Today, I tried B1 and felt the same effect...
  8. Hi everyone, this may sound strange but I've recently made the discovery that milk enhances my mood and provides me with energy almost instantly after I've drank it. This has been happening now for a short while now. When I was accidentally...
  9. speedy2056

    Still Learning...

    Yes, I'm from the UK so it's a British version, but I did say it was the supermarket's own brand, not the proper brand of Pepsi. There has been ONE good thing about this experience! At least now I know I'm definetely Celiac because my...
  10. speedy2056

    Still Learning...

    Thanks for the well wishes, guys! I'm passing the bottle of Pepsi to friends of mine. There's still half left so there is no point in letting it go to waste. I'll be sure to read bottles of soda now in future, too. I hope you guys have...
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    Still Learning...

    Pics: http://s23.photobucket.com/albums/b361/Speedy2056/?action=view&current=DSCF5184.jpg http://s23.photobucket.com/albums/b361/Speedy2056/?action=view&current=DSCF5189.jpg
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    Still Learning...

    It says on the bottle that it contains barley gluten in the allergy section on the label. It's a supermarket's own brand type. I can take a pic to prove it if you wish? I'll upload it to my photobucket.
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    Still Learning...

    I've been moody in the past couple of days as well as feeling confused and today I've just made the discovery that the bottle of diet Pepsi that I have been consuming this week has barley gluten. Man, this stuff is in everything!!
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    Lack Of B12 Responsible For Low Energy?

    I read on Google today that B12 is most easily absorbed by drinking milk. I think that's coincidental considering that in my original post I talked about feeling better after drinking milk!! http://www.kaheel7.com/eng/index.php/health...
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    Lack Of B12 Responsible For Low Energy?

    Yeah, I knew about sometimes it being a necessity to have levels checked but I haven't so far. I may book an appointment with my doctor to confirm they are low. But I do think it's too much of a coincidence that I feel much better once I...
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