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    Hap

    Ok … since Jen still gets credit for saving my life back in ‘012, I always must listen to what she has to say … as I was eating my omelette and my piece of gf toast – I read her say “those damn eggs” and mention GDude’s puffy face, which I resemble that description so she’s got my attention again.

    As healthy as I think I’m eating with lean meat, veggies & fruit, I’ve still got inflammation and bloating issues big time so I’m patiently, but on the edge of my seat, waiting for September … please don’t dilly dally & THANK YOU ALL OVER AGAIN !!!

    PS that photo looks scrumptious enough to eat! I’ll drop the gf grains and eggs in the meantime…

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      Hap

      And Dude … THANK YOU too for all you do and being my Jen connection!

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        Gluten Dude

        My pleasure Hap. And yeah…the eggs. I’m not totally off them, but have seriously reduced my intake.

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    Susan

    I hope I am mistaken here. But I thought that she promoted using wheat starch in products. Is that true or false?

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      Gluten Dude

      Definitely not!

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    Julie

    Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!!!!! For being a voice for the celiac community. Placing orders for myself and my college daughter today.

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    Jane

    Thanks for a great article and video. I hope the TV doc got the fact that celiac IS an autoimmune disease! These guys are so much of the problem! We need the awareness that you two bring to our disease as well as the education you bring. I hope to get to the Bakery the next time I am in NYC! And by the way, Jennifer, I knew you first as a celiac advocate, not an actress! I don’t watch much TV, but now that you are on NCIS (my fav), I am aware of your acting career as well!

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    Sarah

    People need to find what works for them diet-wise. A huge issue for me is copper-zinc imbalance, so, by choice, I’ve chosen to eliminate foods that are either very high in copper or very high in zinc because they would be harder to balance, foods like cashews, sunflower seeds, crab, organ meats, and oysters. So far, I’ve noticed no issues with eggs or dairy and plan to continue including them in my diet. They’re reasonably good sources of zinc and add variety.

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    GF Canada

    And as usual, both of you on spot on. Keep on truckin..Brent

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    Jenn

    I LOVE her bakery in the city! My son and I have celiac and I made a day of it to skip a day of school/work to go in the city and stop by her shop. It is so cozy and welcoming. The food is amazing! The trip was a fun memory for a mommy and son day :)

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    Darla

    I just found you and so glad I did – can’t wait to check out Jennifer’s website!

    I was looking for others who are gluten free but still holding onto the bloat – it look a good 3 years post-accidental-exposure for all of my other symptoms to go away, then I lost around 30 lbs (out of 80 gained) and then my weight suddenly plateaued in December. I do eat a lot of eggs (i’m a powerlifter & Strongman competitor, and eggs are a cheap protein) & over the years i’ve refused to give up dairy, since I’m also allergic to legumes, cashews, rice, and tree nuts. So few foods left for me to eat!

    Do you know what the issue is with eggs? For example, would pasteurized egg whites still cause the inflammation?

    Clearly I need to try something, so I’m really glad I took the time to read this post. Thanks!!

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