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#1 of 3 Old 09-05-2008, 02:28 PM - Thread Starter
 
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So luckily I got into a naturopath pretty quickly for my 4 month old

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Dairy (I thought so)
Caffeine (don't ingest anyway)
Corn
Wheat (yikes... major diet changes necessary!!) (gluten is okay)

Is it also correct that I cannot do spelt or kamut if I can't do wheat? Mr. Google is telling me different things.. anyone with some experience? (I've been eating these thinking they were okay)

So that means that oats, and rye are okay then?.. I'm avoiding oats b/c of my oversupply issue.

I'm a cereal person in the am... what's a girl to do?
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For cereals- I would check out the gluten-free section of your grocery store. There are a lot of pretty tasty, wheat-free cereals. (Erewhon Crispy Brown Rice and Perky's Nutty Flax were a couple of my favorites). And then you can use rice milk or hemp milk or something instead of regular milk.

I think spelt and kamut are ok for wheat-free, but I could be wrong... we're totally gluten-free here, so I only know those grains. It's not a bad idea to just go totally gluten free anyway- it can slow down gut healing for you and babe.

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I thought oats usually had x-contamination issues but we're GF so maybe it's a different gluten-containing grain?
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