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  1. New guidelines allow substitutions without notification during pandemic-related supply chain disruptions: https://www.beyondceliac.org/celiac-news/fda-loosens-some-food-labeling-rules/?utm_campaign=Research Opt-In&utm_source=hs_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=88626485&_hsenc=p...
  2. No. Eating beef doesn't make most people stink. But because of individual body chemistry, eating certain things can produce odors that only some people can detect. A classic example is the peculiar odor some people report when urinating after eating asparagus. Only 25% of the population can detect...
  3. There is something called "meat sweats" but it doesn't seem to fit very well with what you describe: https://www.healthline.com/health/meat-sweats#5
  4. Does this effect present itself with other meats, eggs, dairy, soy . . . other things high in protein?
  5. Do you get these smelly sweat episodes when eating other beef products? Does this only occur at night? It is odd that you have no GI distress in conjunction with these episodes.
  6. As an aside, have you inquired about how Wendy's cooks the beef patty for that lettuce wrap burger? Are they cooking it on the same grill that they use for things like breaded chicken patties?
  7. Three things: 1. Recent studies, and there have been a number of them, show that most people who report being diligent about avoiding gluten in their diets are not as successful as they imagine. They are actually practicing a "low gluten" diet rather than a "gluten free" one. This is due to...
  8. Amazing! I would say there is a link.
  9. There is a lot of trivial media these days, isn't there! Nothing else on TV to watch that is new but the news and it is not very uplifting these days.
  10. Not far from me, then. We're about 30 min. south of Olympia.
  11. The Mother, Does your son's healthcare insurance allow him to directly schedule appointments with specialists? Seems like to me he needs to be connected with a gastroenterologist.
  12. My heart goes out to you. We always suffer with our children when they suffer. As CL asked, has your son been diligent to avoid gluten or do you know? Having worked in a hospital setting for many years before retiring, I can tell you it is not uncommon for young type I diabetics to be in denial...
  13. Good questions. I got the impression that the study's sample population was representative of those who were still eating out at times and eating main stream foods at home while trying to be gluten food detectives, i.e., asking questions about ingredients and preparation when eating out and reading...