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  1. Hi. I was (sort of) diagnosed with celiac two years ago. I delt with one doc for eleven months. By that time i was in some much pain and misery all i could think about was jumping off of a building. The second doc said he was 99% sure it was celiac. I stopped eating gluten that day.

    Things slowly got better since then. I slowly began to fell better and regained my sanity. The thing is I still get sick 75 % of the time after I eat. Its not nearly as bad as it was before but it still hurts and I'm sick of it. :(

    I have tried eating smaller portions and different things but it doesn't help. I can't begin to tell you how intrusive this is with day to day living. I am thinking that since it took a year to get diagnosed I may have done irreparable damage to my intestines. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


  2. Hi. here is a recipie i posted awhile back. There pretty good. I make a double batch and freeze half of them.

    homemade meatballs and sauce.

    1 lb. ground beef

    1/2 cup kraft Grated Parmesan Cheese

    1/4 cup dried parsley

    1 egg

    1 tsp garlic powder

    1/4 tsp pepper.

    dash of italian seasoning.

    PREHEAT oven to 375°F. Mix meat, cheese, parsley, egg and spices.

    SHAPE into 12 meatballs. BAKE 25 minutes or until cooked through.

    Italian speghettie sauce.

    1 Jar delgrosso traditional spaghetti sauce

    1/4 C. parmesan cheese

    1/2 tsp. garlic salt

    1/2 tsp pepper

    1/4 tsp Italian seasoning

    mix, cook and eat ( :


  3. This is a reponce from violet packing, They make sauces for resturants. One of them is a delicious pizza sauce called don pepino they used to use it at a pizza place i went to. after reading this statment from them would you eat it ig you were me ?

    It is the policy of Don Pepino Company to obtain our raw materials (tomatoes, salt, corn oil, and spices) from approved sources. It is possible that in the growing, processing, and handling of these items, they may have been exposed to conditions that introduced gluten-containing material into them. While this is very unlikely even with the best Good Manufacturing Practices, we cannot say with absolute certainty that our products contain no gluten. As you can see from our ingredient list (available at our website) there is no ingredient by itself that would contain gluten.


  4. Hi guys heare is a great recipie for homemade meatballs. They taste just like regular meatballs.

    1 lb. ground beef

    1/2 cup kraft Grated Parmesan Cheese

    1/4 cup dried parsley

    1 egg

    1 tsp garlic powder

    1/4 tsp pepper.

    dash of italian seasoning.

    PREHEAT oven to 375°F. Mix meat, cheese, parsley, egg and spices.

    SHAPE into 12 meatballs. BAKE 25 minutes or until cooked through.

    Italian speghettie sauce.

    1 Jar delgrosso traditional spaghetti sauce

    1/4 C. parmesan cheese

    1/2 tsp. garlic salt

    1/2 tsp pepper

    1/4 tsp Italian seasoning

    mix and eat ( :


  5. Ok. This could be my being paranoid but... We have a pool and people are always sitting on the deck eating foods with gluten then jumping in the pool.

    So Im thinking when water goes in and out off there mouths gluten particles come with. Plus people have contaminated hands. ( orange cheese curl fingers and whatnot) Its not to uncommon to see chips or cheetos or whatever floating in the pool.

    I wander if any of this could cause me to get sick from swimming. I am super sensitive and don't want to become sick. I think the pool chemicals may kill the gluten but im not sure. Any thoughts ?

    Thanks


  6. I called about the regular stax's and they told me they were gluten free and pruduced on equipment that DOES NOT process any foods containing gluten and there was zero chance of cross contamination. About a month later I found them in the back of the cupboard and decided to eat them. Being the paranoid freak I am I decided to call back and see If there still gluten free. This time I'm told there gluten free but they are made on equipment that process gluten and that they be cross contaminated. What the hell is this crap ? I am afraid to eat them now . What do you guys think ?


  7. Hi Everyone. I Have a impacted wisdom tooth and a wicked cavity. I will be going to a dentist in two weeks. I told them about the gluten thing and they said they would discuss it with me when i come in.

    I am terrified of getting sick from any meds or some kind of cross contamination. I had already gone to one dentist for a consult a month ago.

    They cleaned my teeth because they were sure that the stuff they used was gluten free. When I called back for an appointment to get the cavity drilled and filled i again brought up how important it was for them to be sure about there being no gluten in any thing they use.

    They tell me they will call me back in an hour after they have had time to look into it. When they called they said that they were pretty sure nothing of theres contained gluten. I said I need them to be positive. They wern't so I didn't go.

    How do you guys deal with this problem ? I don't understand why it's a big deal for dentist, They should know whats in there products and if not you would think they could just call the manufacture.

    I guess there don't want to take the time bother with it.

    thanks