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Re: how bad are oats?
 
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Re: how bad are oats?


As I understand it, rolled oats are avoided for those with a gluten intolerance because the oats are produced in the same places that wheat products are. In my opinion, one can get away with eating oats if one has a gluten intolerance. But, those with celiac, Gluten allergy, will not be able to get away with it, just a sniff of gluten makes them severely ill.
I have gluten intolerance but can eat oats, and do so daily for my breakfast and have no reaction.
 
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