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  • in reply to: Hello #10180

    This sight has helped me alot. I hope you will be feeling good soon.

    Diana

    in reply to: Gluten and other food sensitivities #10176

    Have you taken supplements to help in your recovery? Do you take pancreatic enzymes? I am about 6 months true gluten free and have done all of those and more. I am very well, but expect some foggy days to come. I had 30 years of symptoms before I got diagnosed. People say it takes from 6 months to 2 years to recover-and sometimes longer. You may have more healing and be able to handle diverse foods later.

    I had an food sensitivity test and was intolerant to all but 11 of 60 things I was eating. I can eat nearly all of them, though, as long as I rotate my diet. This switch seemed to help me clear the fog. It is recent, so I don’t know what I will say next week.
    Diana

    in reply to: Hey Im Alex #10175

    Welcome,
    Do you have a story to tell about why you are here?
    Diana

    in reply to: Max Digest questions #10173

    My body definatly doesn’t like fermentation, I wonder if the corn base might be why?

    I am glad to report the rash stopped itching and I can no longer see it!

    in reply to: Hi, I’m Susan #10159

    Hi Susan,

    I hope so much that you will be able to help your daughter to recover. Have you been following a gluten free diet, or are you beginning now?

    I am 6 months true gluten free and I am happy to be here.

    Diana

    Nearly everything processed has gluten. It is found in wheat, barley, and corn for example. If you are having processed food (even gluten free) it likely has gluten from grain.

    Since I have Celiac Disease (Problems with gluten) I avoid wheat completely. My supplement, that had wheat germ, transferred to the garden compost pile! I just remembered that the germ contains most of the nutrients. HMM Yeah, I just checked, the wheat germ has the wheat protein. The protein has the gluten! Don’t dispair, though there are other things to eat and make yummy muffins from. I use almond flour.

    Soy gives a reaction as wheat does to many gluten sensitive persons. I talk with them over the internet. I had no soy in my diet, so my experience is second hand.

    As for coffee syrups you could read the label. On this sight is a list of ingredients to avoid. Well, I couldn’t find it. It is too long to print here. I did find a list of grains to avoid in the recipe section. Sometimes the lable doesn’t say wheat or gluten, but sometimes it says “barley malt.” It can be kind of tricky until you know them all. I usually pick out items that are individual ingredients and mix them myself. I will come back later if I get the chance.

    If you care to list the ingredients in something I could look it up.

    Diana

    in reply to: Having a tough time with this one #10157

    When a friend of mine quit dying her hair, people suddenly started complimenting her hair. I like to be real. I also try to believe the Bible, it says gray hair is a crown. I keep telling myself!

    The MD thought it was an allergic reaction or bug bite. Well, I live in MN. There are very few bugs this time of year.

    I am thinking something is detoxing after starting the rotational diet. I recall a simalar rash when I began taking supplements 5 years back. Thankfully, that rash went away and the current rash seems to be doing the same.

    in reply to: First big holiday gluten free. #10155

    I hope the smell of burnt burdock is healthy. I left the burner on Medium and went for the shower.

    At the family gathering, I tried to hide about my food, but a couple of people asked me about it right out loud. I went really quick like when I thought someone was opening it. But I had foil wrapped tightly around it and one piece over the top. It was secure and safe when I got there. I don’t usually wrap my food in foil, but today it worked out well.

    I didn’t feel free to jump in and help clean up. I have been feeling like I react to being around gluten. I didn’t have my gloves and mask, but would have hid in the living room rather than wear them anyway.

    in reply to: First big holiday gluten free. #10154

    I hope the smell of burnt burdock is healthy. I left the burner on Medium and went for the shower.

    I tried to hide about my food, but a couple of people asked me about it right out loud. I went really quick like when I thought someone was opening it. But I had foil wrapped tightly around it and one piece over the top. It was secure and safe when I got there. I don’t usually wrap my food in foil, but today it worked out well.

    I didn’t feel free to jump in and help clean up. I have been feeling like I react to being around gluten. I didn’t have my gloves and mask, but would have hid in the living room rather than wear them anyway.

    in reply to: ALCAT #10152

    I am having to conclude that I have been eating some cross contaminated foods. I am going to have to be sure of what foods my goods were processed with.

    in reply to: ALCAT #10151

    I am having to conclude that I have been eating some cross contaminated foods. I am going to have to be sure of what foods my goods were processed with.

    in reply to: Supplements: Help #10149

    Okay, so I got Max Digest and Vitamin B on the way. PLEASE HURRY!

    Yeah! They are already on the way!

    6 hours. How long can one go without their vitamin B?

    Aren’t you supposed to take all B’s when you take B?

    Are grapes used for them? The flavor seems grape?

    in reply to: Sit ups: My body says NO. #10148

    Thanks,

    I don’t understand how one day it can seem so effortless, while the next day number one is hard!

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