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    I accidentally ate gluten from oatmeal 4 days ago (it was in a nut date bar from my local collective, but it tasted odd so I went back to check the ingredients and saw they forgot to list oats, which they had scribbled in later>.<). Was stupid and just ate the thing anyway bc I paid for it, and now I've been having bloat/gas/grumbly stomach for 4 days, and my stomach looks distended.

    Is there any help for me?? I don't want to take meds or anything, any natural ways to help my GI?

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    oats dont have gluten.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Jamie Madrox View Post
      oats dont have gluten.
      Oats themselves may not, but they are often processed on the sane machinery as wheat etc. So the oat end product may contain enough gluten to cause very gluten sensitive people issues, hence why some companies advertise gluten free oats that are not transported in our processed on the same equipment as wheat.
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      • #4
        My immediate thought from this thread title was of you slip on a slice of bread and it falling down your pie hole...
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        • #5
          Idk if it was specifically the gluten I'm reactive to, or just grains in general. I'm not gluten intolerant (at least not diagnosed), and I'm fine with small amounts of legumes but try to avoid grains.

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          • #6
            All you can do is wait for the bloat and any other symptoms to go away. It usually takes 3-4 days for me, and I am VERY reactive to gluten.

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            • #7
              Sounds psychological. You'll be OK.

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              • #8
                Sorry I realize now my Q wasn't clear: I'm not freaking out or anything, but does anyone have tips on how to help my stomach after eating something not kind to my GI? Like certain foods, etc?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Alfi56 View Post
                  Sorry I realize now my Q wasn't clear: I'm not freaking out or anything, but does anyone have tips on how to help my stomach after eating something not kind to my GI? Like certain foods, etc?
                  Aloe vera gel? A meal of just bananas (I do banana days to clear digestion).
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                  • #10
                    We had a dr recommend this:
                    Apex Energetics - Gluten-Flam (K-52) 60 Capsules
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                    • #11
                      I like a couple of pieces of crystallized ginger to set my tummy to rights.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by TQP View Post
                        Aloe vera gel? A meal of just bananas (I do banana days to clear digestion).
                        Hmm, yeah I might try eating uninflammatory foods for a cpl days to see if that helps. I just continued my normal way of eating (i.e. meat, cheese, yogurt, veggies) but my belly hasn't calmed down. Should I avoid foods like dairy or something ? (which would be really hard for me...:P)

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Alfi56 View Post
                          Hmm, yeah I might try eating uninflammatory foods for a cpl days to see if that helps. I just continued my normal way of eating (i.e. meat, cheese, yogurt, veggies) but my belly hasn't calmed down. Should I avoid foods like dairy or something ? (which would be really hard for me...:P)
                          Monofood heals the gut... And the fiber in bananas cleans you out of the gluten.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by TQP View Post
                            Aloe vera gel? A meal of just bananas (I do banana days to clear digestion).
                            Eating aloe vera causes leaky gut, it is not meant to be used internally.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Markbt View Post
                              Eating aloe vera causes leaky gut, it is not meant to be used internally.

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