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... Thanks for the compliment, I have alot more learning to do obviously. Anyways, do they sell gluten free waffles, pasta and cereal for sure? ... (78 replies)
... Genetically modified" is a general term. It doesn't say anything about which genetic material has been modified. I have no idea what has been modified in any specific batch of soy or any other product. All I know is that soy has no gluten. ... (5 replies)
... that people with peanut allergies can have a reaction! They would never know what caused the reaction because peanuts wouldn't be listed on the ingredients! ... (5 replies)

... Thanks for the reply, Rheanna. As I have Celiac, a number of foods contain soy. As a result, I was concerned. ... (5 replies)
... To add one more piece of information, in my opinion there is a very clear connection between gluten and type 1 diabetes. ... (51 replies)
Vegan and bummed.
Apr 19, 2002
... whey is OUT if you are vegan. Soy and soy isolate protein are a fine substitute. gluten is okay if you are not alergic to wheat. beans, nuts, soy, legumes, are CRUCIAL. ... (16 replies)
... I have spent countless hours trying to analyze and alter my mood with herbs and medicines. ... (3 replies)
Soy is deadly!
Mar 30, 2007
... or soy products, etc. ... (24 replies)
... Whey proteins also have all the essential amino acids and in higher concentrations compared to various vegetable protein sources such as soy, corn, and wheat gluten. ... (6 replies)
... Soy is fine for people with celiac as far as I know. The two veg*n people I know who have celiac disease also happen to be allergic to soy (in addition) they avoid soy in addition to avoiding wheat (and other gluten containing foods). (9 replies)
... free diet too. I'm afraid you're going to have to start doing almost all your own cooking. ... (10 replies)
Too much soy?
Jul 19, 2006
... If it were true, surely evolution would have steered us in this direction during the past ,say, million years. Instead, our paleolithic ancestors thrived on the consumption of animal proteins and fats. ... (21 replies)
... believe that most of us would be much better off if we cut way back on the amount of wheat we eat. Bring this up to people and most will say, oh, no, I have eaten wheat all my life and it is fine for me, or, I have never felt better since switching to whole grain wheat. Well, that's not a good indication. ... (22 replies)
... Although my health has greatly improved from changing my diet, I am still sick and truly believe that it's very possible for me to have a Candida overgrowth as this all started last year after many rounds of antibiotics. Did you personally suffer from a Candida overgrowth? ... (12 replies)

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