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... i've done a little more research on oatmeal and gluten. some say that oatmeal tends to be tolerated better than other gluten containing grains. ... (11 replies)
... Yes very much so. Thank you. for now on I will only eat oats that are certified gluten free (11 replies)
... contamination. You can buy "certified gluten free oats" any most health food stores no problem. People with celiac disease need to avoid any oats that are not certified gluten free. Does that help? ... (11 replies)

... The Quaker Oatmeal site says oatmeal does contain gluten. It is not enough to make risen bread with yeast but may be more than someone allergic to gluten may be able to tolerate. ... (11 replies)
... well I started avoiding gluten and grains, white rice, flour all that... along with dairy and sugar which ive always avoided. It's working but man this is hard. ... (1 replies)
... I have been looking at sites about gluten intolerence and there are A LOT of ingredients that contain gluten that are not at all obvious. ... (8 replies)
... I would like to know what makes oatmeal contain gluten? ... (11 replies)
... i'm trying to elimate gluten. i was researching oatmeal and a few sites mentioned it contains gluten, while others said it does not. what's the truth? ... (11 replies)
... this is the list my husband must avoid.. he has celliac disease, which means he is allergic to gluten and will get very ill if he has any.. i also avoid these, plus everything listed by prometheus.. ... (11 replies)
... I eat a big bowl of 5-minute boiled straight-up Quaker oatmeal every morning (with lots of cinnamon and margarine), I don't think it makes any difference, at least for me. (11 replies)
... Also, the factories where the oats are prepared usualy also have wheat products in them, so cross contamination there. As the above poster says, buy certifued gluten free and you'll be fine (11 replies)
... Please post, any info is useful really... (11 replies)
... my husband has celliac (allergic to gluten) and he must avoid oats or be in pain.. plus barley, rye, spelt, all malts, food dyes like FD&C Red #4, etc.. i can recommend a good list of foods to avoid, if youre interested.. (11 replies)
... I think it does, unfortunately...you have to mostly forget about eating grains if you want to go gluten-free. (11 replies)
... is it gluten or not? ... (21 replies)
Cereal Issues!!!
Apr 26, 2004
... Yes...some can. But, there are many who still cannot. I know that for me sometime last year when I thought oatmeal was safe and added it back in, I came out with some nasty spots. But, if you'd like to try oatmeal... ... (21 replies)
... Try doing a search on Wheat Allergy, Gluten Intolerance, and Celiac Disease. ... (40 replies)
... f your food from scratch or from a GF Mix. It's cheaper and it usually tastes better. However, if budget isn't a problem, then you can buy some of the Ready Made Gluten Free or Wheat Free Meals, cereals, cookies, breads, etc. ... (48 replies)
... Wheat and Gluten are in LOTS of U.S. food products. From some Alcohols, Breads, Pastas, Soups, Gravies, TV DINNERS, Tomato sauces, etc. ... (34 replies)
... Dude I've been having this problem...thats why I creatd this thread. Basically I noticed my skin breaking out because of increase in oatmeal and whey protein comsumption. ... (18 replies)




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