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I've been taking Chelation therapy for a good number of years now, but I'm older. I would not recommend it for a child with autism, or a child period. I have seen it do wonders for older people with heart problems, Alzheimer's and diabetes.
I'm sorry I know nothing about licensing in England but if you decide to do this in the USA here is a good place to start:
And I would recommend using ONLY an acam certified M.D. They may have a link to info in other countries on this web site.
As to the child that died---well, it was a case of using the WRONG chelating medicine. Read here, especially the 5th paragraph down.
I'm glad this subject was brought up. I just bought a Farmer John ham, cheap. I went right away and looked at the label, which was under the price tag, and it clearly stated soy sauce made with wheat. I'm taking it back!!!
I use Essential Enzymes by Source Naturals. I've had great luck with them. The only problem is they don't have a probiotic in with them. That you'd have to take separately. I get the largest size bottle through Vitacost.com. I've checked into Digest Gold and they look great but are pricey.
I put a slice (or 2) in a small zip close plastic bag and nuke in the microwave for a few seconds, 10 to 15 seconds depending on the number of slices, thickness and if it's been frozen or not. All microwaves are a little different so you have to get used to your own model. I do this with ALL gluten-free baked goods.....homemade or commercial. Since bread is about 30% water there is no need to add any. I even do this if I'm packing a sandwich to go. I freshen the bread, make the sandwich, then wrap tightly in plastic cling wrap to stay fresh tasting. I'm never disappointed.
Doing a Google search I only found the same ones Stephanie found.
My guess is that it has a natural coconut flavor to it (like unprocessed coconut oil) and would be best used in baked goods that are meant to be sweet. I may be wrong but the only way to find out is to try some. I see it's being promoted as being low carb, but I forgot to check the fats and calories, which are equally important to some of us.
But yes, please post the results anyone, if you try it...we're all curious.
You're very welcome Annie. I hope it works out well for you. When my friend first made it she put it in a pie pan, then cut it in wedges and put butter on it to eat. I don't know how it will work for rolls or buns so if you have any luck please post your results. I'm curious and I'm sure others are too.
Annie, I just happened to have saved it when I saw it posted here sometime ago. I have to admit I haven't made it but a friend did who eats gluten-free and loved it...I'm so sold on the actual Chebe that I just mail order it in. Kandee
"Chebe Bread" Substitute
1-1 1/4 C tapioca starch (flour)
1 tsp baking powder
a little salt to taste
3-4 oz grated cheese
2 Tbs of oil
just enough milk to make the dough pliable
(if the dough is to wet add a little tapioca starch)
Bake @ 350 for 25-30 minutes
It is my understanding that Almond Breeze does indeed have soy in it, but Pacific Brands Almond milk does not, however they don't make a chocolate version....I make my own chocolate syrup out of plain cocoa and sugar and a little water, or add an organic syrup to the almond milk that does not have soy in it. I find I'm even sensitive to soy lecithin, even though they say most people shouldn't be. To date I've not found a dairy free dark chocolate bar that doesn't have it in it, so if anyone know of one, please let me know.
lorka150 - I get dizzy when I accidentally get some gluten, but haven't had that happen with accidentally getting soy. With soy my muscles, especially in my legs ache as if I'd been running a marathon. Strange reaction I know, but that's what happens. Besides gluten, soy is the next hardest thing to stay away from. Mariann had good advise..get a serum allergy test to start.
I use a Vita Mix..............have for years..I'm on my second one..and not because the first one gave out, but because I'd had it for 8 years and my warranty ran out after 7.............but the warranty is something to behold............I've done stupid things that were my fault..and even told them so, and it was still covered..the company is awesome...BUT you have to be careful..only buy direct from the manufacturer or you won't get a long warranty...if you buy it from, say, Costco it is a little cheaper, not much, but not as long a warranty....
I know they are EXPENSIVE but if you divide the cost by the years service you can get out of it, it's not that much. It's pretty hard to find something with that much power that will do that many things. I even make soft serve ice cream in mine.
I use mind daily--for smoothies/soups/puree's/etc..............but the dry container only for grinding grains and beans for bean flour.
But I don't know why you couldn't use a small coffee bean grinder..you just have to do smaller batches at a time. I grind whole spices that way.
Anyone ever matched Tinkyada (my fav and a lot of other folks favorite here on the boards) against a gluten-free pasta/spaghetti made in Italy?.....called Senza Glutine, (I think that's what it's called... but correct me if I'm wrong)
I have a friend going to Italy soon and I want to know if it's worth trying to convince her to bring me back some of their gluten-free pasta.