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  1. They rotate growing rice and oats in the same crop. I unfortunately am intolerant to oats. I have Dysbiosis according to a stool test, which is why I am quite sensitive to gluten among other foods. May I ask what AI you have that makes you sensitive to carbs? I have been in and out of the doctor since November 2016 with chronic pain. Trying to figure out what is going on with my gut, it's terrifying. I tried Dynasty jasmine rice from Thailand the other day which was recommended in 2009 by someone on here and a few hours later had the worst low blood sugar attack I'd ever
  2. Thanks so much for the information. I tried Dynasty jasmine rice which was a recommendation from a sensitive individual on here. The post I believe was from 2009 so there's plenty of time for practices to have changed. I only ask this here again for updated information as I tried the Dynasty brand and got sick. I do not have Celiac disease (according to an Endoscopy) however, I have been gluten-free for 2 years and only ate a cookie or a donut maybe a few times a month for a year and a half before I was tested. I actually like going without gluten as I get less low blood sugar attacks and rare
  3. I'm currently searching for a brand of rice that is safe for even the most sensitive. I saw posts on here from around 2009 (I believe) and was just curious what everyone ate without issues lately?
  4. Curious if Celiac affects the kidneys in any way? I had a bout of intense pain under my right rib cage that lasted almost 2 days. This pain was worse than child birth and constant. I ended up in the ER several times since this incident. I've had several ultrasounds, two CT scans, MRI of pelvis and abdomen, HIDA scan, colonoscopy and endoscopy. By the time I had the colonoscopy and endoscopy I was only eating gluten on occasion and I was in the hospital for 3 days fasting for various tests. I read your intestines can heal pretty fast making it so a biopsy would be negative- which in my case was
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