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  1. I know...I find myself always on a gluten witch hunt because I'm so stressed but diligent about my children's health! And yet, they managed to catch salmonella!?! So, Xanathan gum makes you feel glutened? That is very interesting. Sorry to hear this too because it is in nearly everything unfortunately...
  2. Hi All, so I have an update - my girls had sammonella poisoning! I'm fairly confident now that they were not glutened but I will wait for a while to reintroduce the Cheerios now that I know it's a moot point. thanks all
  3. Hi Cyclinglady, thanks for the information. Really interesting. My understanding here in Switzerland is that the standards are not as high as they are in Australia or the USA for gluten-free labeling...but again I believe this was from the USA. Honestly, I’m so exhausted with having to c...
  4. Hi Kereng, There were no General Mills Cheerios in Australia and the cereal that I purchased was from an online American food site that is here in Switzerland. From what I can tell, it’s genuine American Cheerios distributed by GM Minneapolis...and it reads on the box that it is a proud sponsor o...
  5. Hi Ennis, Thanks for the heads up. Pretty sad that facts get blurred when there’s money to be made....
  6. Hi All, My my family and I just moved to Switzerland from Australia. As an American expat I was very pleased to find out that I could easily order gluten-free Cheerios for my 3 and 5 year old girls for the first time! Well...for the past two weeks my girls have been displaying signs...
  7. Hi Ella, thanks so so much for your email. I am very sorry to hear that you suffer from autonomic neuropathy. You, sounds like my daughter. She has very extreme sensitivity to light! I even brought her to an eye doctor when she was 18 months because whenever I laid her on the change table...
  8. Hi, thanks again Ravenwood. I am not a huge fan of lollies, etc and my kids get minimal but they were given a lollipop without my agreement when they were with the MIL. Not to blame her because I gave then a couple small ones that are gluten-free to help with potty training ☺️ Luckily my ...
  9. Hi GfinDc and Ravenswood, Thanks so much for for your support! I just feel guilty because my mother in law constantly gives me a hard time. She doesn't believe gluten is doing this and just thinks the weird dialation with spells are harmless even when all the issues ( yellow poos, big belly...
  10. G'day all, Living in Australia, I have two children age 2 and 4 that have been diagnosed with gluten intolerance ( initially presumed celiac before all the test which came back negative a year ago) due to a failure to thrive in the 2 year old at 7 months and severe constipation and staring...
  11. Hi, I am hoping to get some insight. I have a 13 month old daughter who has just been diagnosed with failure to thrive. She was born late and weighed 3.1 kilos. Quite normal. Up until about 7 months she was positing quite often (more then just spit up) and coughing incessantly . I brought her to...