Good video. I'm glad I got to see that! Those packaged gluten-free goodies looked yummy. I hadn't seen many of those brands before.
One question: in the do-not-eat section of the table, there was what looked like a hunk of moldy cheese, and I couldn't understand what they were saying when they pointed to it. Is there some connection between celiac disease and moldy cheese? I ask because I am very sensitive to both mold and cheese. One time I ate some "weepy" brie cheese, and I had the worst vertigo attack of my life! I could only lay down and hold my head in one place/direction to avoid the room spinning around a million times a minute! It lasted hours like that and took days to be completely over it. That experience helped me let go of dairy from my diet. Years later, I discovered that corn and wheat triggered vertigo for me too. Since dropping them (and all gluten), I haven't had any further attacks of vertigo--woohoo!
OK, back to my question: did anyone understand what they were saying or know if there's a connection between celiac and the moldy cheese they showed there?
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