Experiment Or Not in Parents, Friends and Loved Ones of Celiacs Posted September 11, 2010 · Report to Admin My son just had a tTg/celiac screen repeat (something his GI does every 18 months or so, even after 8 years) and it was negative. My son eats a large order of McD fries two or three times a month, and always has. (Naturally, we stay away from super crowded or super dirty McDs, and yes, I know they are bad for him in other ways, I don't care, it's a normality issue) The presence of "wheat" on the label is more of a legal stance than a food issue, but this is all a highly charged issue for people. We eat them. I would NEVER "test" my son. Firstly, how will you make "no gluten" stick when he's testing YOU on that? Later in his life, you don't want him to become a damaged celiac who thinks it's okay to cheat "sometimes". Secondly, how can he trust you to keep him safe if you slip him some gluten on the sly? How will he learn to trust anyone else to feed him (and you need him to do that in school settings) if his own mom gives him poison? I get the reaction problem, my husband is a silent celiac. But no, I would never give it to them on purpose.