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  1. Wegmans of VA now sells Cheerwine! I absolutely love it. Sadly I cannot handle more than one because of the sweetness.
  2. Please check out Mon Ami Gabi. The have a separate gluten-free menu and have the best gluten-free bread. The food is french and the prices range from 6.00 to 30.00 I live in DC(where the second restaurant is located) and love to go there.
  3. Thank you! I will try Orgain. I know exactly what you are talking about with bland for weeks, seems to be a pattern. I also am being tested for a few heart and thyroid problems, which may be a reason for my poor weight gain. Once again thank you.
  4. Hello all. I am wondering if many have a problem gaining weight or have recently lost a lot of weight rapidly. I have had a hard time maintaining a proper weight level ever since being diagnosed with Celiac's in 2007. I am about 5'7" and weigh from 105-110lbs, never more. My Doctor said that this is very common in Celiac patients, but it is still very alarming to me. I have always been a string bean (as was my mother, grandmother, father), but recently have noticed people making remarks about my weight constantly and am starting to feel a bit uncomfortable with this. Can anyone give me some advice on how to enhance weight gain or should I just accept that this is how things are? Both would help.
  5. Hello all! I am actually looking to find out if many of you have had the same problem as I. I have been diagnosed with Celiac's in 2006. Since then it has been near impossible for me to gain much weight. About 2 years ago I succeeded by working out 3 times a week and consuming higher levels of Protein. However, recently