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Suffering from Gluten sensitivity, using Gluten free product, yet feel sick. Cause for allergic reaction?

hi, im a 25 year old female living with a gluten sensitivity for the past year but recently i have found and used some popular gluten free products (pamalas GF bakeing mix) and it still made me sick. could i be alergic to yeast maybe? or could i have been diagnosed wrong? i dont understand why a certified gluten free mix would upset me still when completely excluding gluten has made a significant impact on my health for the better.
Asked On : Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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gluten is one protein and there are many proteins in wheat u need to withdraw full wheat protein instead of gluten only
i advice you to get consultation from allergy specialist who can get blood serum for specific antibodies for wheat and add also for milk potato and other food you take
get the food withdrawn completely yu will be benefitted
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