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Coltsneck24

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  1. I have been on three Norwegian cruises in the last two years. I was impressed with their attention to detail when dealing with my gluten-free needs. They have a separate toaster section in the buffet area and they do serve gluten-free bread. In addition, every evening a dedicated staff person would...
  2. I can’t believe the garbage on this site. First, you have the administrator posing as a scientist and now a religious nut with all kinds of remedies that have little or no backing from the scientific community. Clearly the advertisers have not read the contents of this site. If they had, their d...
  3. Sorry. Thanks for letting me know. Next time i’ll Check the dates.
  4. I have Celiac Disease and have primarily GI symptoms. But, I also have chronic skin itching, mostly along my spine and back. I had a shingles vaccine about 8 years ago and had a very bad but localized reaction at the injection site. Fast forward to 2019 with the introduction of the two part...
  5. OMG, I can’t believe you fall for this crap. If Mexico had a cure for cancer, they would be the richest country in the world. All of your other ‘facts’ are not supported by science. Please don’t confuse your beliefs with facts.
  6. The author of this article clearly has no experience in presenting an objective and dispassionate discussion of a topic where there are opposing arguments. What could have been helpful and informative turned into what looked like a high school essay from a kid that had an axe to grind. When you write...
  7. Speculation does not equal scientific evidence. It’s pretty ballsy to say that these researchers, from some of the most prestigious academic centers in the world, do not understand statistics when that is the basis of their entire careers. At best, your view may form the basis for a new hypothesis f...
  8. White, milky patches sounds more like a fungus. Please see a dermatologist to get a proper diagnosis. Also, gluten-free only works when it is 100%.
  9. manasota: Thanks for the clarification regarding labeling of foods vs medications.
  10. Take the incomplete - don't let this disease ruin your life or keep you from doing what you should be doing at your age. You are going through a transition and once you are in control of your diet and really understand how to make it work for you, you will be able to gain a better perspective. ...
  11. It's difficult to determine the exact cause with regard to Celiac presentation. I am 67 years old and have no family history of Celiac disease. For the past two years, I have been having GI symptoms that have gotten progressively worse. I also have had several bouts of diverticulitis, which my GI...
  12. Manasota: My understanding is that if a product label says it contains 'starch', that would have to be cornstarch. Otherwise, they would have to label it as "starch (wheat)" to comply with federal laws. The same for 'modified food starch' - supposedly you can assume it is corn rather than wheat...
  13. Hi, I was just reading the label on a bottle of Kirkland Signature Vitamin E, 400 I.U. that contains dl-Alpha Tocopherol Acetate. I've read that this chemical contains gluten; however, on the table it states "No starch, yeast or gluten." Should I assume that it means it's a gluten free product...