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  1. So, the NIH has put out a research paper on the involvement of Liver in Celiac Disease, you can see it here https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3941070/ those with Celiac could be subject to “celiac hepatitis”, one reassuring finding with the NIH is that liver architecture is usually abnormal in celiac hepatitis, but generally the changes are mild and/or nonspecific. As far as I know I have a sensativity to gluten and soy, meaning I cannot have soy or gluten (which is the protein found in wheat). But sometimes I like to eat out and if I am not careful I can get a case of gluten or wheat or soy attack, heart rate spikes, so does blood pressure and I get loose stools, and even constipation, usually lidocaine will settle my tummy. However, there is I believe some truth to avoiding soy. I have been myself avoiding soy, but I believe that protecting your liver (the filter in your body is vital). So this lady near where I live grows tangerine's, and she gave me one. I did some research on tangerines and found a whole host of benefits to them. But, more so, the peel, which can be used to combat cancer, cholesterol, blood sugar, good liver detox, and is wonderful for indigestion as it has antioxidents. However, I'm sure there is other research to indicate that there could be a side effect of too much consumption of tangerines. I have decided myself to start drinking tangerine tea, I took the tangerine that I ate and let the peel air dry, then I sliced up the tangerine and put in a coffee filter, and wrapped it in hemp string and made a tea out of it. I have a blood test coming up in a month, so we will see if there is any benefit concerning the liver with tangerine tea.
  2. Hello everyone, I just relaized that I need to get tested asap for Celiac Disease. I have the rash on my fingers, the gas, stomach pain from anything wheat and sugar related. even when eating a clear diet, I get symptoms. One thing That might be the culprit is this tea from Taiwan and china. I tutor a Chinese lady, that is always giving me exotic teas. When I go to her house she has 3 kinds of tea ready. Im curious.. Tea is a plant just like oats, wheat etc.. Has anyone else heard of green tea or Chinese tea causing symptoms? The Chinese can be very easily insulted so if I refuse to drink the tea when I go over there I might hurt her feelings.
  3. I remember reading many times that some Tazo teas have gluten in them - namely the Green Ginger, Tazo Honeybush, Lemon Ginger, and Tea Lemonade. I decided to check with the company because it looked like all old information and sure enough, they have revised their statement on gluten. Here is what I received from their Customer Care dept. Looks like they have removed the potential gluten in all tea flavors. Thank you so much for taking the time to contact Tazo. Thank you for your inquiry. None of our teas contain wheat or barley in them. Some of our teas do continue corn or corn derived products but no wheat or barley. While some glues do contain wheat and/or animal products, no glue of any kind is used to seal Tazo filterbags. They are stapled; so there is no glue present. Tazo Filterbag manufacturing plants have allergen control standards in place. While there is always risk of cross-contamination with gluten containing products in the retail setting, the actual dry filterbag components should not contain any gluten.
  4. Just wanted to share this email I received on Jan 20th 2014 from Harney and Sons Fine Teas: "Thank you for your interest in our teas. All of our teas are gluten-free with one possible exception. The Soba [roasted buckwheat] comes from a supplier that handles gluten products so it may contain traces."
  5. Hi gang. I'm so angry I could scream...I accidentally glutened my daughter with a cup of Celestial Seasonings Sugar Cookie Sleigh Ride tea. I have been at this for a very long time, reading labels diligently, teaching my child as she has grown up to be her own best advocate, and we have literally had not one single glutening issue in more years than I can remember. Until now. I recently purchased several boxes of tea by different companies, because it is cold out and we all wanted something warm to drink. I do check labels diligently, a hard lesson learned for all Celiacs as we know, but I swear, it never even occurred to me that an herbal tea made by a reputable company would add gluten to the mix, so I did not read the ingredients when I purchased this item. Big mistake. The tea is called Sugar Cookie Sleigh Ride, so that should have been my first clue to check the ingredients, but it also boasts itself to be an herbal tea, which threw me off. I am embarrassed to say I did check the side label for nutrition content, but I was checking only for carb count, as we only eat sugar free now. I did not read the ingredient list until last night, and boy am I miffed! I made myself a cup of the tea last night and it just tasted way too good to not have something questionable in it, like artificial flavoring or corn syrup solids (after not eating sugar or any variation of it for it so long my palette is highly sensitive to sweet tastes). When I looked at the ingredients it said it contains ROASTED BARLEY. Roasted barley! And it did not list any allergens whatsoever! Ugh... So I inspected the entire packaging as carefully as I could and nowhere on the front of the packaging did it say it was not a gluten free food, however it did say--way on the bottom of one side where it is very easily overlooked--that it "Contains Gluten". Well, Dear Celestial Seasonings, you just glutened my kid. She only drank one cup of the Sugar Cookie tea 4 days ago, and tells me she didn't notice any symptoms, but I can tell you that for the last several days she looked different to me--peaked, pale, circles under the eyes, etc. I told my husband that it wouldn't surprise me in the least if she had a stuffy nose for the next few days--a sure sign of glutening for her. The only good news is that she did not get the resulting abdominal pain and symptoms of a high dose of gluten. But on the other hand, she seems to think that because it didn't affect her that way she can get away with occasional gluten. Wrong! I feel like we just lost years and years of hyper-vigilant avoidance and education. So there it is, a hard lesson re-learned--always, ALWAYS check labels. Sigh.
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