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  • Celiac's and gluten-free ICer's what do you eat for cereal????

    Okay, I'm wondering what to eat now that my cereal of 6 years was discontinued. I'm so bummed. Just another small hurdle, but I'm so tired of the foods that I can eat being discontinued.
    Please, let me know if you know of any crunchy cereals out there. I eat gluten-free oatmeal a couple times a week, but I'm really going to miss having something crunchy in the morning..

    Thanks,
    Laura

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    Re: Celiac's and gluten-free ICer's what do you eat for cereal????

    I just did a Google search for gluten free cold cereal and came up with several --- you might want to try that.

    Good luck!
    Donna
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    • #3
      Re: Celiac's and gluten-free ICer's what do you eat for cereal????

      Now why didn't I think of that? Thanks Donna. :-)

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      • #4
        Re: Celiac's and gluten-free ICer's what do you eat for cereal????

        I don't cereal, but I do eat things that you would think of more for lunch or supper for breakfast.
        My are with you all. May you all find a way to peace and joy in your lives.

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        • #5
          Re: Celiac's and gluten-free ICer's what do you eat for cereal????

          Many of the Chex cereals are gluten-free....also, Cheerios has just started packaging some of their products so that they are gluten-free! Good luck and happy Googling!
          Julie Beyer, MA, RDN
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          • #6
            Re: Celiac's and gluten-free ICer's what do you eat for cereal????

            Rice Chex gluten-free. Super boring but tasty. I can't have super sugary stuff in the morning.
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            Diagnosed Nov 14 via hydro with cysto
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            Tried and Didn't work:
            -Hydrodistension
            -Oxybutinin, Troviaz, Vesicare, Cyrotec, Trumadol, cimedidine, myrbetriq, sancuria, imetidine
            -Tried DMSO instill twice and could not hold it for more than 15 min. Put me in 10/10 pain for days.
            -Tried Elmiron
            -Pelvic floor therapy for 2 months Returned this month
            -Interstim Advanced Trial, Pudendal Interstim Trial
            -Gabapentin cream for VV
            - Botox in the pelvic floor & Bladder, Pudendal Nerve Block

            Tried and did work:
            elavil for pain only 25mg a night
            Trying: psychological therapy, doxepin 25mg at night
            Diagnosed:
            PFD, Vulvar vestibulitis, IC

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