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    Giving up my bedtime yogurt

    Pammypim
    Tue Aug 20, 2013 1:31 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    My non conventional doctor says I have to give up my yogurt, but is Greek yogurt gluten free?
    duonyte
    Wed Aug 21, 2013 8:03 am
    Forum Host
    It depends on how it's made. You need to review the ingredients list. You might be better off making your own yogurt and straining it, if you can find a gluten free yogurt starter. Or strain homemade kefir, which I know is gluten free - that would be just pure milk plus the probiotics from the kefir grains.
    PaulaG
    Wed Sep 04, 2013 1:33 pm
    Forum Host
    Greek yogurt like anything else isn't created the same. The labeling has gotten better so there are many that state on the container they are Gluten Free.

    BTW, I went to your about me page and saw your comment about giving up gluten and not being able to have pizza. They are many restaurants in my area that offer gluten free pizza. Believe it or not even Chuck E Cheese has a gluten free cheese pizza. Udi's has a couple of gluten free pizza choices and I usually make 3 gluten free crusts at a time, partially bake and then freeze 2.

    I don't haven't been diagnosed with Celiac either but have followed a gluten free diet for the last several years. It has made a lot of difference with joint pain, memory and digestive issues. Being gluten free is getting easier and easier.

    Good luck!

    Paula
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