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Annie's Traditional Refried Beans
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Annie's Traditional Refried Beans are Gluten Free and might be my favorite refried beans. We use them in our Mexican Layered Dip, and people go crazy for it whenever we entertain. These beans are part of the reason why. (Cabot's Cheddar Cheese is another reason.)

Submitted on Feb 07, 2014

Gluten Free Cereals
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There's no one cereal out there that I crave the way I used to crave gluten containing cereals.

But, I do find that if I mix 4 or 5 of them together, I come up with something that's a little more up my alley. I usually will use Rice Chex and/or Whole O's as a base, and then a very small amount of other gluten free cereals that add a small amount of sweetness.

Submitted on Feb 11, 2014

Gluten Free Preparedness
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Gluten-Free-Preparedness

Keep a list of gluten-free restaurants and gluten-free chef cards in your car, backpack or purse. It also is a good idea to have some snacks that don't easily spoil. Replace these as needed. Braden, our 9-year-old son, gets really hungry out of nowhere and that can lead to a little bit of grouchiness. (Or a lot!) It's is always so much better to have GF pretzels or some other snack on hand rather

Submitted on Feb 11, 2014

Gluten Free Preparedness
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Keep a list of gluten-free restaurants and gluten-free chef cards in your car, backpack or purse. It also is a good idea to have some snacks that don't easily spoil. Replace these as needed. Braden, our 6-year-old son, has near meltdowns if he gets really hungry. It's is always so much better to have GF pretzels or some other snack on hand rather than run around looking for a convenient store that might have GF potato chips or some other food we'd rather he not eat.

Submitted on May 18, 2011

Failure to Thrive Can be a Symptom of Celiac Disease
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Since my son's birth, he started to fall off of the growth chart. He was born a month early.. so he started out small. But, he was in the 25% percentile for height at birth and well below the 5% by 4 months. By 9 months, the doctors started take note and mention that it was something they were watching. By a year, they started to talk about growth hormones. Fortunately, I was familiar with Celiac disease, because my niece has it.

Submitted on Jul 18, 2012

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