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{ "faqSearch": { "source": "live", "response": { "Search": { "SiteID": "eb", "Words": "gluten%20free", "ResultsFound": "2" }, "Faqs": [ { "FaqID": "357", "AnswerID": "357", "ShortQuestion": "I read somewhere that children where less likely to get celiacs if they weren't given any foods with gluten for the first year. Is this true?", "Question": ": At 19 years of age I was finally dignosed with Celiac Disease and DH. I am currently on a gluten free diet. My daughter is 6 months old and is just now starting foods other than breast milk. I read somewhere that children where less likely to get celiacs if they weren't given any foods with gluten for the first year. Is this true? Also are there any early warning signs that I should be looking for?", "Answer": "Yes, it is felt that delaying the exposure of gluten to children MAY decrease the chance of getting celiac disease. Although I think it is reasonable to delay the exposure of gluten, I would give gluten between 1-2 years of age as I do not believe a child should be off gluten if it is not necessary. The delay of gluten exposure should not be a rule for all infants to follow, but rather only those who are at high risk of developing the disease. If you are curious, a genetic test can be done on your child to see if he\/she has the gene that is necessary to have celiac disease. If the gene is present, it does NOT mean your child WILL have celiac disease. Rather, if the gene is NOT present, it is unlikely that your child will have celiac disease. If it is present, then I would draw the celiac antibodies on your child after the age of 2 (unless she\/he is symptomatic at an earlier age).", "FlagAsNew": "0", "Status": "active", "Sort": "8" }, { "FaqID": "432", "AnswerID": "432", "ShortQuestion": "Are Earth's Best products gluten free?", "Question": "Are Earth's Best products gluten free?", "Answer": "

Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye and barley. It is also present in a number of other grains and\/or grain products: bulgur, couscous, durum, graham flour, kamut, malt, semolina, spelt, triticale. As such, all products containing these ingredients contain gluten. Oat products often come in cross contact with gluten containing grains due to harvesting, storage, and transportation. Our product labels list all ingredient information. If your child has gluten sensitivity we recommend you read individual product labels and consult your pediatrician. The Celiac Disease Foundation<\/a> is a resource with information for people with gluten intolerance often know as Celiac Disease. They also have special programs for children afflicted with this intolerance. Another resource is at KidsHealth.org<\/a>.<\/p>", "FlagAsNew": "0", "Status": "active", "Sort": "3" } ] }, "status": "success" } }