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  1. The Tetley website claims that their hot tea is gluten free. It's what I drink.
  2. Someone mentioned the labels on fruit. I slice the things off from below with a knife like I would a bruise on an apple... you can never be too careful.
  3. Something about DeBole's pasta never seems to agree with me. Their angel hair and their lasagne pasta both seem to gluten me. I'm not sure whether it's merely a coincidence. ...
  4. I don't eat Bob's Red Mill hot cereal. My experience has been that it is not gluten-free. It's unfortunate, too, because their stuff tastes a lot better than the grits I now have...
  5. I think I will start buying McCormick spices. I've heard that those spices are pure.
  6. http://www.kraftcanada.com/assets/docs/KLG_all.pdf ^ I know it's Kraft Canada, but it can't be much different from here in the states, right? Anyway, there you go. Good luck...
  7. I don't eat bacon very often, but I avoid turkey bacon. I have had bad experiences with it in the past. It's just the plain, old-fashioned bacon for me (smells great, too).
  8. Going gluten-free definitely changed my symptoms. Before going on the diet, I had one problem: gas. Tons of it. It's clear why I went on the diet. Now that aspect of my health...
  9. I'll tell you straight up - don't worry about refractory sprue. You can spend hours and hours online looking up horrible complications of Celiac Disease (refractory sprue, intestinal...
  10. Weak general malaise, like a mild case of the flu Less-well-formed stool, and often more BMs, although still one big one per day Anus/lower rectum feels dry and irritated (no joke...
  11. I've been on the gluten-free diet for about one year now, and it's been a bumpy road. Like you, I got better quite soon after starting the diet, but problems reared their ugly...
  12. I also eat Quaker Quick Grits every morning, and I don't seem to be having trouble with them. P.S. Go Gators! 34-7
  13. I've not read through the other replies, but here's my advice: -Get tests done to determine whether you have nutrient deficiencies. Anemia being the key one to check for. If...
  14. Sandwich (gluten-free tapioca or rice bread) ^ This is my most common lunch. Otherwise, it's reheated leftovers (chicken and rice, gluten-free spaghetti, etc.) Lunch is definitely...
  15. I don't see myself as having 'chronic depression', but I do get bummed out fairly frequently by the diet. It's a heavy burden in a world where wheat is basically the king.
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