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10/10/07 9:16 P

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I have used the Gluten Free oats from Cream Hill Estates but only 1/3 cup a week. No ill effects. emoticon

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10/10/07 7:42 A

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I tried oatmeal not too long ago looking for the full feeling and after only 1/2 cup I was sick as a dog...though im diabetic I was wondering also if the sugar was the reason...either way Im done with it...I cant eat rice flour either too much sugar

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10/9/07 11:38 P

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After a whole year of gluten-free diet, I tried Oats and was immediately terribly SICK, so I won't try that again for another year, at least. Too bad...!

 
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10/9/07 11:50 A

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Wheat and oat glutens are different, but commercial brands of oats are considered "contaminated" by the growing, harvesting and storage processes. If you google gluten free oats, you'll find sources. It was from one of those sources that I learned that if you're newly diagnosed even gf oats can still be hard on your system. They suggested waiting a year.

Personally, I did that: I hate 1/2 c oatmeal for breakfast and made and had 2 oatmeal cookies (recipe on their product) and couldn't handle it. I think I overdid it. Next time, I'd just do it differently and eat only 1/4 c and work my way up. Also, it could have been the sugar as I wasn't used to that either.

Everyone's toleration level is different ... good luck with it! It'll add a whole new dimension to your diet.

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10/9/07 11:37 A

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Some celiacs can tolerate oats IF they are grown and processed so that they are considered gluten free.
If you purchased a brand that is considered GF, you may be able to tolerate them.
Grocery store brand oats and bulk food bins are not gf! Some use Mc Cann's with success and there are several gf brands now at natural food stores or online.


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10/9/07 11:07 A

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I have a gluten intolerance, but lately I had someone urge me to try oats again because of some new research they had read that said Wheat and Oat glutens are different. So last week, knowing how gluten makes me feel, I tried it. And...no side effects from the oats. Has anyone else had this type of experience?

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