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  1. Recently Placed On Gluten Free Diet

    Welcome, As everyone has said you will find a bevy of information and support here. Info from Lame Advertisement on Celiac Disease (Gluten-Free) Dietary recommendations: * Because malabsorption is prevalent with celiac disease, daily vitamin and mineral supplementation is essential. Important supplements for celiac disease include iron, B vitamins, magnesium, calcium and vitamin D. * Add organic extra virgin coconut oil to your diet to benefit from healthy plant-based saturated fat. * Add foods rich in omega-3 essential fatty acids to your diet in the form of ground flax meal, wild-caught salmon, minimal-mercury albacore tuna, walnuts, fish oil, and sprouted walnuts. * Eat plenty of vegetables and vegetable juices (kelp, sprouts, green and black olives, peppers, spinach, chard, celery, zucchini). * Add nutrient-dense and unprocessed foods such as sprouted nuts and seeds to your diet. * Drink purified water throughout the day. Foods and other products to AVOID include: * All foods that contain gluten in the form of wheat, rye, barley, and oats. * All processed foods that contain gluten as an ingredient. Read all processed food labels carefully for hidden gluten. Foods that may contain gluten include canned soups, salad dressings, ice cream, candy bars, instant coffee, luncheon meats, ketchup, mustard, processed and canned meats, yogurt, and sausages. * All supplements that contain gluten. Wheat starch can be used as a binding agent in tablets and capsules. * Cosmetics. Gluten can be found in cosmetic products such as lipstick. * All grain alcohols such as beer and malted liquors. * All dairy products, since those with celiac disease also tend to suffer from lactose intolerance. * All foods containing refined sugar or artificial sugar-substitutes such as aspartame, Splenda
  2. Candida?

    There are never miracle products. Meds are not always the answer. Changing you diet, exercise habits, and using supplements can help with candida... Here is a list of symptoms from Lame Advertisement... Here are some products they recommend for Candida... you may have Candida if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms: * Severe itching sensation of the skin * Dry mouth and tongue, cracked tongue, bleeding gums * Recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs) * Painful and frequent urination * Vaginal burning, itching, or painful intercourse * Vaginal discharge with a
  3. I'm Hungry

    Pam, Welcome... Here is a sampling from a website that specializes in gluten-free, as well as other chronic conditions... Diet. Treatment of celiac disease centers on developing general healthy dietary guidelines, in addition to maintaining a 100% gluten-free diet for life. Avoiding dietary gluten can eliminate all the complications of this disease. Dietary recommendations for celiac disease: * Because malabsorption is prevalent with celiac disease, daily vitamin and mineral supplementation is essential. Important supplements for celiac disease include iron, B vitamins, magnesium, calcium and vitamin D. * Add organic extra virgin coconut oil to your diet to benefit from healthy plant-based saturated fat. * Add foods rich in omega-3 essential fatty acids to your diet in the form of ground flax meal, wild-caught salmon, minimal-mercury albacore tuna, walnuts, fish oil, and sprouted walnuts. * Eat plenty of vegetables and vegetable juices (kelp, sprouts, green and black olives, peppers, spinach, chard, celery, zucchini). * Add nutrient-dense and unprocessed foods such as sprouted nuts and seeds to your diet. * Drink purified water throughout the day. Foods and other products to AVOID include: * All foods that contain gluten in the form of wheat, rye, barley, and oats. * All processed foods that contain gluten as an ingredient. Read all processed food labels carefully for hidden gluten. Foods that may contain gluten include canned soups, salad dressings, ice cream, candy bars, instant coffee, luncheon meats, ketchup, mustard, processed and canned meats, yogurt, and sausages. * All supplements that contain gluten. Wheat starch can be used as a binding agent in tablets and capsules. * Cosmetics. Gluten can be found in cosmetic products such as lipstick. * All grain alcohols such as beer and malted liquors. * All dairy products, since those with celiac disease also tend to suffer from lactose intolerance. * All foods containing refined sugar or artificial sugar-substitutes such as aspartame, Splenda
  4. Tired Of Getting Glutened

    Fudge, Here is a quote on charcoal tablets... Also, here are some other remedies to help with your cramps/gas/bloating and your overall intestinal health... "Activated charcoal is a traditional remedy for treating excess stomach and intestinal gas. It works by attracting excess gas in the stomach and bowels, which binds to the surface of the charcoal powder" Source: http://www.tiscali.co.uk/lifestyle/healthfitness/health Some products... Gastro Bundle - Lame Advertisement http://www.Lame Advertisement.com/articles/produ...upplements.html JL Bragg's Medicinal Charcoal Biscuits http://www.charcoal.uk.com/tablets.htm Happy hunting and I hope this helps...
  5. Tired Of Getting Glutened

    Sweetfudge, Thanks for the kinds words and I appreciate... Look forward to hearing, helping, and sharing with others... Have a great day!!!
  6. Tired Of Getting Glutened

    Hello ALL, First time poster, rookie to the website... Decided to join some groups to learn more information and to share what has worked for me!!! Going gluten-free has been a battle, as I am sure it has for everyone else as well... I have used the internet as a main resource as well as doctor information... Below is a posting from a website: "Because malabsorption is prevalent with celiac disease, daily vitamin and mineral supplementation is essential. Important supplements for celiac disease include iron, B vitamins, magnesium, calcium and vitamin D. Add organic extra virgin coconut oil to your diet to benefit from healthy plant-based saturated fat. Add foods rich in omega-3 essential fatty acids to your diet in the form of ground flax meal, wild-caught salmon, minimal-mercury albacore tuna, walnuts, fish oil, and sprouted walnuts. Eat plenty of vegetables and vegetable juices (kelp, sprouts, green and black olives, peppers, spinach, chard, celery, zucchini). Add nutrient-dense and unprocessed foods such as sprouted nuts and seeds to your diet. Drink purified water throughout the day. " (http://www.Lame Advertisement.com/articles/celiac-disease-dietary.html) -- JUST CITING NOT SPAMMING... The key for me has been preparing my own food, that means bringing it to work, not eating out... I know its tough and not as simple, but its what works!!! GOOD LUCK AND LOOKING FORWARD TO MORE POSTS!!! QT