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  1. I have found a gluten free bread that tastes and acts like real bread. It holds well over an extended period of time in the refrigerator, is not mushy/crumbly/cake-like and does not need to be toasted. It acts, tastes and smells like real...
  2. According to what you said your test was a cheek swab. The test I am talking about is a blood test. Thank you so much for answering me. I have more information now.
  3. nvsmom, I'm wondering why you increased your gluten for a couple of weeks before taking the test. The test is for genes not antibodies. I'm confused.
  4. Thank you MycasMommy I can't handle dairy products now until my gut heals.....But once I am back on track I will. Or...at least that has been my history so far. We will see.
  5. I figured out why I had a reaction to the Cheez Whiz. I have developed an intolerance for all corn products. But it is not an allergy. I was allergy tested for corn about 6 weeks ago. Cheez Whiz has corn syrup in it. It's all I can...
  6. I was reading in the Gluten Free Living Magazine about celiac disease tests and was surprised that Canada offers an over-the-counter celiac disease test. It tests for IgA antibodies in the tested blood (yes, you will have to prick your finger...
  7. Kareng, hmmm, my lactose symptoms are different than my gluten symptoms so it couldn't have been the whey then. Thanks for bringing that to my attention. Yes, gilligan, when I became lactose intolerant it was just as quickly. Tho I...
  8. Looking back at the ingredients, I'm really wondering if I had a reaction to the whey. It is listed as the first ingredient and also the 7th ingredient (less than 2% of whey protein concentrate). I think I need to look at that ingredient...
  9. Thanks chocominties. My symptoms were very bizarre. Brain synapses were all over the place. I was jerky and twitchy for about 30-45 minutes or so until it finally started calming down. That and the usual body aches. Listless the next...
  10. Thanks bartfull for the advice. I eat cheddar cheese every once i awhile but have dropped milk altogether. I have decided to start a list of gluten-free foods that I get a reaction from and eventually find the culprit through process of...
  11. I've been gluten intolerant since summer. Fairly new but the learning curve is alot smaller now that I have been doing this for about 8 months. Yes, I was tested. Blood test. But, as you know all tests are inconclusive and may read...
  12. Okay, here's what I had for dinner last night. Pork chops floured in gluten-free flour and fried using Bertolli olive oil (I don't get glutened by Bertolli). These were actually leftovers from a previous dinner so I know I didn't get glutened...
  13. This seems to be the most recent thread on Cheez Wiz so I will give my input. It does list maltodextrin but not what type so I tried it last night. I was horribly glutened. Almost had to go to the hospital.
  14. From what I've read if your ancestors did not eat wheat or grain products OR if your ancestors grew up in a sun-deprived land then most likely you have the predisposition for gluten intolerance. And yes, I've read about the Irish and the...
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