I just want to see what the symptoms are, which ones I


#1

I just want to see what the symptoms are,
which ones I have, which ones I can expect to decrease with a glutin free diet?
Why is everything so expensive?


#2

Some people don’t even have symptoms! Some have diarrhea, weight loss,
constipation, and many more. You’re right - everything IS expensive!

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#3

Symptoms (as stated) include diarrhea, sudden weight loss, anemia,
malabsorption of other vitamins and minerals, osteoporosis, migraine,
bipolar, existence of other autoimmune disease, bloating, flatulence…Many
people are misdiagnosed as having Irritable Bowel Syndrome. You need a
biopsy of your small intestine and a blood test to properly diagnose Celiac
Disease…and the reduction of symptoms following a gluten free diet? All
of them. As far as expense, those of us following a GF diet are still a
small specialty market (although we are huge in numbers who have Celiac) and
the processing of the GF foods needs to be so exact as to not cross
contaminate from other foods, usually small independent bakeries make this
stuff, some of it can only be mail-ordered depending on your location…all
of this makes GF foods very expensive. Now, the good thing is, if you keep
track of the difference in cost between your GF foods and their counterparts
non GF (like GF bread vs. Wonder Bread) you can claim this difference as a
deduction on your taxes. You just need to keep formal documentation of your
diagnosis from your doctor.

Sorry if I’ve given you more info than you wanted!

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#4

Does anyone know if Bumble Bee tuna is GF? I was told it was, but one of
the ingredients is Vegetable Broth, the same ingredient in Sunkist Tuna,
which is not GF. I can contact the company if you don’t know.

Thanks!

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#5

Bumblebee tuna and salmon is gluten free. If you don’t like the vegetable broth they have the special gold can that has only water. Also their pouches are gf. I travel a lot for work and the pouches and Smart Balance Mayo go on every trip! I keep a pouch in my purse and sometimes when we’re out for lunch and I KNOW it cannot be a safe kitchen, I’ll ask for some mayo and make my own tunafish right at the table. I also carry gf crackers and Boomi bars in my purse. My purse needs to be HUGE.


#6

According to Clan Thompson’s Food Smartlist, Bumble Bee canned tuna is
gluten free. This info was verified by phone on 6/27/06.
Their contact number is: 1-800-800-8572
Hope this helps.
Bonnie H.

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Does anyone know if Bumble Bee tuna is GF? I was told it was, but one of
the ingredients is Vegetable Broth, the same ingredient in Sunkist Tuna,
which is not GF. I can contact the company if you don’t know.

Thanks!

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#7

See? I didn’t know either wasn’t GF, and my Geisha Tuna has vegetable broth
in it too… I guess I can call Geisha and you can call Bumble Bee…what
about Chicken of the Sea or store brands? I love tuna
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