kimo123: I really love Pamela's products. I have not had a bad one yet. Don't plan on losing any weight on them, however. None of this gf food is low cal or especially nutricious.
PLEASE, DO NOT put your children on this diet before you have them tested. This is serious business and I'll tell you why. Having them tested while they are eating gluten is the only time you can expect an accurate diagnosis. If you have them eat gluten free, their labs will come up negative, and you will think that they don't have celiac. This could change their whole long term outcome. Get them tested now, and if Prometheus or entero lab finds them negative, let them eat normally for 2-3 years, and then have them tested again. My son has been gf for less than a month, and I am using enterolabs for his testing. It measures antibodies in the stool which is more sensitive than blood samples. You can be gf for a year and still have enough antibodies for a positive result (If you have a lot of antibodies or a lot of damage). I wouldn't encourage waiting a year, but it gives you an idea of how sensitive it is. If I were to do it again, and if I didn't have a needle phobic son, I'd have Prometheus send the test kit, and get him tested before he went gluten free. I strongly encourage you to get your kids tested-symptoms or not, right away. Your doctor is very misinformed about this, apparently. Good luck!
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