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KikiB

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  1. I made my own mayo without soy, and used it today with tuna. I'm super queasy. Could it be the tuna? Or the Canola oil? I don't think I have a problem corn. I eat chicken tacos on corn tortillas without a problem...
  2. No food. No x-ray. I had a ct-scan but nothing to drink for it. I was shocked that the nurse knew nothing about gluten in medication. Shouldn't medical personnel know that stuff?
  3. If it wasn't in the shot, it was in the pills they gave me.
  4. I was recently in the ER and when I asked about the medication they were giving me and whether it had gluten in it, they had absolutely no clue. One nurse said why would there be gluten in medication? I'm pretty sure the shot they gave me was full of gluten based on my reaction. It took me a week...
  5. Wow, that's so awesome!!! Very clever!
  6. Ugh! I don't eat a lot of canned food, but I hope I stay ok with corn!
  7. That does sound good. I'm going to try the tuna plain the next time I feel up to it, and if all goes ok, I'll try the avocado! Thanks for the info on Canola, I was worried about it. Good idea! It wouldn't surprise me. I don't really trust companies to be open...
  8. I don't think I have a problem with corn. I hadn't heard that about the cans! How can you tell if a can has been lined with the corn-based plastic?
  9. I'll look around for one this weekend. I can't believe how many things have soy in them! You don't worry about the canola oil? I've never liked yogurt, but I'll give it a try. Thanks for the tip!
  10. This is why I have to ask for help. Clueless. I never knew there was soy in the mayo. But I have been putting it on sandwiches with no problem. So maybe it's the amount of mayo because there is more when it is just tuna and mayo? I don't think I could eat just plain tuna without mayo. ...
  11. Originally I thought it was the soy in the tuna that was making me nauseous. So I bought the cans with just tuna and water. No soy. But after 3 tries, 2 weeks apart for each try, I still get nauseous and fatigued. I use Kraft Best Foods mayo in it, my own bottle, so it's not contaminated. So...