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    Kara Driver
    Kara Driver
    Member

    Hi! I’m Kara. I’m in my 30’s, a wife, and a mom to 2 beautiful daughters. I’m a new member to the group. I recently did the gluten genetic testing and have both the Celiac and gluten sensitivity genes. So, I’m beginning the journey of eliminating gluten from my diet entirely. I’m relatively familiar with gluten-free foods because I have a child with food allergies but this is the first time I am permanently taking gluten out of my diet. I plan to focus on eating whole foods to begin and slowly added recipes to the diet. I have a lot to learn though. Surprised I’m open to any advice and support others are willing to offer! Smile

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    Rita Bray
    Rita Bray
    Participant

    Welcome!

    The thing that I found most helpful was to watch ALL of the tutorials. When you have completed that watch them again.
    There is so much information there including how to get your pantry gluten free. There will be many questions along the way, so ask away.

    RitaCool

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    Kate Osborne
    Peter Osborne
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    Welcome Kara,
    Glad to have you on board!
    Keep a kitchen diary of all of the new recipes and foods you try. My wife has accumulated a huge notebook of recipes over the years and it helps to be able to reference it when deciding what to eat.
    Watch the tutorials and make sure that you understand the difference between traditional and TRUE gluten free.
    All the best,
    Dr. OSmile

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