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Gluten Cross-Contamination


#1

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I fear cross-contamination?


#2

If you can avoid it, do so. For example, although oatmeal is gluten-free naturally, you can buy gluten-free certified to avoid cross-contamination.

I don’t think most non-celiacs need to worry about it quite that much, but it doesn’t hurt to.


#3

Gluten is not bad for celiacs too? there proof?
I’m avoiding cross contamination like crazy, should I worry so much, as for example in a restaurant eating meat … I never eat grains.
Thanks!


#4

Yes, it’s very bad for celiacs. Some grains are fine, like rice. Just avoid wheat. You never really know what’s in a restaurant meal so you have to be careful there.


#5

but for non-celiacs is dangerous? and cross-contamination?


#6

I’m having some trouble understanding, sorry.

If you are diagnosed as a celiac, then yes, wheat/gluten is dangerous. And cross-cotamination is something you have to be very careful about and try to avoid.

If you are just avoiding wheat for other reasons, cross-contamination isn’t that big of a worry, but best avoided.


#7

Ok,i’m not celiac…thanks!


#8

why fear gluten?


#9

Here’s a good summary that applies not just to gluten but to the other things in modern wheat: http://thehealingproject.us/2012/09/22/book-summary-wheat-belly-by-william-davis-md/


#10

[quote]Chris Shugart wrote:
If you can avoid it, do so. For example, although oatmeal is gluten-free naturally, you can buy gluten-free certified to avoid cross-contamination.

I don’t think most non-celiacs need to worry about it quite that much, but it doesn’t hurt to. [/quote]

Why is wheat listed as the third ingredient on the bottles under other ingredients?