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8 years 2 weeks ago #76 by laxy
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Hello all,

in May I fly to Florida. It's my first time with all my intolerances. Lactose free (dairy free) is not such a problem. fructose free is a bigger problem. But actually I really don't know where I can buy gluten free produts. Specially corn products (I'm allergic to rice).

does someone know where I can buy gluten free products? can I go to wal markt or should I go to a special grocery like wild oats?

thank you so much for your help and sorry for my bad english

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Laxy

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8 years 1 week ago #79 by smilinggreenmom
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Check at whole foods and even many online health foods stores carry it. Our local Krogers does too as it is becoming a high demand food item. Have you tried probiotics? Our son's food intolerances were helped dramatically by taking his probiotic from Vidazorb. Maybe you can ask your doctor about this? Hope it helps!

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8 years 3 days ago #83 by cathkruck
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I recommend that you go to Wholefoods, or any health food store. There you can find a variery of gluten free products. Shortly a list will be posted on our website that will indicate where in the U.S. you can purchase gluten free products.

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8 years 2 days ago #84 by laxy
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hello,

thank you for your answers.

@smilinggreenmom: yes. I tasted a lot of probiotics. but the most of them have a high histamine level. I had a lot of problems with them. I have my intolerances from my thyroid (I hope you understand it). I have hashimoto. the doctors think that hashimoto is the reason of my intolerances.

I know that in tampa is a wild oats market. they have whole food, or?

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7 years 1 month ago - 7 years 1 month ago #214 by jlrohler
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nicole wrote: Hello all,

in May I fly to Florida. It's my first time with all my intolerances. Lactose free (dairy free) is not such a problem. fructose free is a bigger problem. But actually I really don't know where I can buy gluten free produts. Specially corn products (I'm allergic to rice).

does someone know where I can buy gluten free products? can I go to wal markt or should I go to a special grocery like wild oats?

The original post is 11 months old and I believe you might have already made your trip :) I live in Florida and can tell you that many of the local grocery store chains carry a variety of gluten free foods. Publix and Sweetbay do - you can check in their organic foods sections; Alberstons does NOT. I've never visited WinnDixie, so I'm not sure about that one. There's a small business called Chuck's Natural Foods that carries gluten free foods, but honestly - their customer service is very very very lacking!! I don't shop there anymore because they always make the customer feel like they are imposing on their very busy workday. Hope you were able to find some gluten free products.

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