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Allycanada

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  1. Thank you so much! I'll let you know how the elephant walk is!
  2. Hi In a few weeks I will be going to the Boston area for a concert (DMB), but I have no idea where I can eat. I don't want to have to go to Wendy's or McDonalds the whole time that I'm there. Does anyone who of any restaurants with gluten-free food or items on their menu that I could eat? Thx
  3. Hey I got diagnosed about 7 months ago, but have been having problems for about 2 years. I found myself getting reallu irritated and i would push away those who cared about me most, until i realized that most of my problem came from not eating. I would often get so frustrated with the same meals or with not being able to find anything to eat that I would just not eat (which is not a good idea). One day I was walking around with my bf, and he realized I was getting hungry, frustrated cause I couldn't find anywhere to eat, and who would o f thought....irritated. My advice to all of you out there who are feeling irritated, maybe depressed, etc, try to keep a normal gluten-free diet and you will feel so much better
  4. Supposedly in England, celiac disease is very common, also europeans have alot fo different food from us, so just make sure that you have a card saying exactly what it is that you can't eat and you shuold be ok!