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CELESTEMARY1 I can really relate to getting "Bummed" after eating something and it makes you sick. Especially when it is something that you are used to eating and they change the ingredients on you. As Dorothy said, some cottage cheeses have hidden gluten, Why are they there is questionable. It is best to read labels every time you buy something even when you buy it regularly. You have to watch out for everything. Even poultry in the meat market can have gluten added to it, especially if it is frozen. If you see that it has broth injected into for better flavor, watch out. Broth often contains wheat in small amounts. And they do not list the wheat on the ingredients. Things like Caramel Coloring can sometimes be made by browning flour. Although that seems rare now it still happens.
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Some of the cottage cheeses do have hidden gluten but it will not say it that is why I only buy daisy because it has only three ingredients and I can pronounce them
If you are lactose intolerant, the reaction will be very similar to that of a gluten reaction. That is the response my sister has.
So sorry you are going through this!
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Whey is dairy, has nothing to do with gluten, sounds like you might have dairy issues on top of gluten.
Sorry you feel glutened, hope you feel better soon.
Since going GF, I now realize how sensitive I am to gluten. Whenever I accidentally have something with gluten in it like I did last night I have stomach upset and painful bloating. After waking up this morning with stomach upset all night and after relieving myself this morning, something told me to check the cottage cheese I had last night with dinner. Whey is one of the ingredients.
I never even checked it because it was an item I used to eat all of the time. I sure wish I had.
Does anyone else get bummed, frustrated, scared or even downright upset when you have something with gluten in it and get an adverse reaction?
I am always extremely hungry shortly after having the poison, as I am starting to view gluten as. I am starting to understand it is like being malnourished because the food you thought was giving you good nutrition cannot be properly absorbed into the body, hence making at least me, ravenous!
Can anyone else relate?
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