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    • Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Any Celiac(s) From Canada

    Hi: Do have to watch your glycemic loading of certain food, that spike your blood sugar on the gluten-free lifestyle, l would be interested to know. Also where is your energy level high low, mine is moderate to low. please comment. Lewiss
  2. Any Celiac(s) From Canada

    Hello Peter: Nice to see that your are from canada, the city of toronto. How long have you been gluten-free, and have you noticed any changes in your health, i would be interested to know. Lewiss
  3. Thanks, much to restrictive for me, right now being qluten free, and eating starchy product, is okay, i do eat a lot of organics, but i have had lot of opposition and different views organics and how they grown close to chemically treated crops, anyways thats for another time. Lewiss
  4. Thanks for the encouragement, just a quick note, my toe nail are in bad shape, my energy was so low, the it hurt to walk, and my my sex life is almost none existance, i don't know if that is too much information, or if it is approperate to say, but i will anyways. Tonight i mowed the lawn, and was tired, but l am starting to get my air back. Lewiss
  5. Seriously?

    A friend said but your are raised in the prarie country, where wheat is grown, and bread is a staple, after he told me his daughter has been diagnosed with celiac disease.
  6. Hi< CC is something that l get, because l am the only one on the gluten-free diet, know body has taken me serious except the people on this board. i use ground flax in my gluten-free cereal, l use almond milk, berries, organic sugar, the regularity has finally come back. I take omgea supplement, probotices, vit,d,c a multi they all help, I use a lot of organics, and even there i have a lot of critisim. I've been told that all this take time,,,,,,,,,,,,,\here's hoping so, because somedays l just fell like l want to sit down and die... Lewiss
  7. Gluten Free And Constipated

    Hi, Yup, flax seed ground in a coffee grinder added to your favorite breakfast cerceal it worked for me. I am self diagnosed gluten-free, i know that doesn't sit well with most, but it worked for me. I am still having tired issus, bowel problems, mood swings, low energy, but l know that if i just hang in there things should get better. Just a side note, i have been on a lot of different diets over the years, taken a lot of supplements, exercised a lot, until one day, l just had know energy, no air, all i wanted to do was sit down and die. Soooo.... this is my last resort, going gluten-free, getting away from the low energy, the bowel problems, and on and on it goes........ Just hang in there that's what l'am told, l hope you are feeling better Lewiss
  8. Hi I know i'am new, but dairy dosen't seem to bother me, are there others who, are gluten free, but can still use dairy. I have been gluten free for about 2weeks. I've never had problems with dairy, l like cheese of all kinds, and so far l have had no advers reactions. So please comment, and tell me if you've had similar good results with dairy. Sljh
  9. Any Celiac(s) From Canada

    Hi, I'am from alberta, canada. Just new to Hope to learn lots and the ride so far has been on of fatigue, hope it gets better. sljh
  10. Hi Could any body straighten me out what is the difference between the paleo diet and the gluten free diet. Or is there any difference, please comment would be helpful. sljh
  11. No Energy

    Hi, I was wondering why my energy and disposition was all over the place, about three days ago i consumned some garlic suasage, i should have read the label, it had wheat flour in it. Any ways lesson learnt read labels, not what's in your product. Further comments and observation, i have been eating wheat products all my life, i use to read labels just to see what the carbs content was etc, so wheat never entered into the picture. I live with my family whom comsumne wheat products, so i will have to be on the vigilance for cross contaimination. sljh
  12. Just New

    Hi Janet: You are right fruit and veggies, meat etc, cost the same its the specal foods like bars, and bread, pretzels, etc. I tried some of these, and l like some, but when working on a budget, the wife say spend only so much that's what its come to. Save up and buy what is on sale and go from there. working on 10 days of being on gluten-free foods, mostly bad days, not one good one yet, l hope it soon improves. Patience not one of my best virtues, so far l like this forum. Lots of info, ideas and places to visit.
  13. Just New

    Thanks GFinDC i will look up some of the threads, and thanks for the welcome, some good old fashion chit chat and ideas about what to eat when you're family isn't on the band wagon seems to me to be pretty good medicine.
  14. Just New

    I'am just new to your forum, l just started about 8 days ago on gluten-free diet. Since then it has been rough. Some backgroung, l have not been diagnosed, but l have noticed in the past when i use wheat products, l felt terrible, to the point of losing half of my sight in my left eye, to having almost no energy. The adustment period is not been pleasant, headaches, stomach upset, constipation, not energy, i just feel lousy most of the time. Also l take vitamins a good omega and multi, vitamin d and vitamin c, and krill oil. My diet now consists of chicken, steak, pork chops, vegetable, fish, lots of fruit, flax pumpkin seeds, walnuts, organic whey powder, pink himalayan salt, coconut oil, apple cider vinegar. Bread made with gluten-free produces, I also have been doing resreach on the ingredence in the bread, and the one thing that l found out is that Xanthan gum may contain propleayen glycol, not very healthy, but its nice to have a bread product, without the wheat, and gluten. I know there is help from somebody, on how to stay on gluten-free and learn all the in's and outs of this diet, since no one else in my family is doing gluten-free diet. I also let my wife know that i felt better on this diet, but l got the rolling of the eyes, and the cost of everything is very high. Please help!! Thanks Lewiss