Friday, March 20, 2009

Testing...New Gluten Free/Corn Free list

Trying to get the new GF/Corn Free list from Excel to the blog

Can anyone access this?

10 comments:

Pseudonym said...

Yes, thank you

Chocoholic said...

Opens perfectly for me. Now to see if the allergist can figure out what I'm allergic to. I'm getting bored with rice and veggies. :) I'm suspecting corn as I got sick after eating a tamale that was wheat and dairy free and nearly everything I eat seems to give me hives.

MamaGiggles said...

Yes, I can see it, thank you! Too bad that I just bought some St Dalfours jam since I see it's been removed :(

I thought Terra chips were on the list. Have they been removed for reactions too?

Anonymous said...

Opens fine for me. Would love to see any updates on analgesics (aspirin and the like) if you have them. The brands I have used in the past have all disappeared.

Anonymous said...

Would it be feasible to have a consolidated guide to products that look like they should be corn-free, but aren't?

RR said...

I accessed it with no problems. Thank you so much for posting this. (I've never posted on your blog before but have found your info very helpful since my corn allergy diagnosis.)

Jessicavox said...

I have some alcohol to possibly add. I did NOT check these with the companies, but I do have SEVERE corn allergy and have found these work: Redbridge beer, Greens Beer, luksusowa potato vodka, and Chopin Potato Vodka.

Anonymous said...

thank you for this list. I hope the petition works. Corn plus gluten is a huge problem and they hide the corn so often just like they used to hide the gluten.

Anonymous said...

Yes can see it - hope there is more to come...
In older Gluten intolerant individuals, Corn has become a problem because of the micro-perforations in the irritated intestinal walls ( of those that went too long BEFORE restricting Gluten ) as the Prolamine Protein enters the bloodstream and causes too many antigens to build up...

We have called many manufacturers on the "Extra" non-gluten corn! Most Celiacs do well LESS the corn..

David&BeccaW said...

Opens for me as well. My husband has a corn allergy and I noticed that you have a Chebe mix on your list. David has reacted to this product but as I tend to bake from scratch most of the time I never traced the source. I simply never bought it again.

Thanks for the list. It's great.
Rebecca
(http://cornpeanutsandsoy.blogspot.com)