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    I'm so glad we've worked it out too, I didn't realise just how abnormal his symptoms were as we've just always dealt with it, it was normal for him to not poo for up to 7 days and wake at night to vomit, it's so nice not sitting up waiting for him to wake so we can run in with a sick bag to catch it before he gets it all over himself and his bedding

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    Fantastic news that you're seeing such a big change already. Don't be discouraged if he has the odd bad day - gluten is hidden in so many things (as one PP mentioned, even some ham!). Fantastic weight gain and great that he's so much happier now.

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    I've become a compulsive label checker and have a couple of apps that are really good for checking ingredients on the go they've definitely been really helpful one of them has a barcode scanner so all you have to do is scan the barcode and the product either comes up green, amber or red to indicate whether it not its safe to eat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashley595 View Post
    I've become a compulsive label checker and have a couple of apps that are really good for checking ingredients on the go they've definitely been really helpful one of them has a barcode scanner so all you have to do is scan the barcode and the product either comes up green, amber or red to indicate whether it not its safe to eat
    Hi there's just wondering what this app is called. Thanks

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    What's that app called?

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    GoScan it has heaps of brands listed and new ones being added all the time

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    Thank you

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    Also try food switch. Seems good so far but just played with it a bit.


 

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