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About gilligan

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  1. You could be dehydrated. That will cause nausea and vomiting.
  2. The side effects of Rifaxamen include digestive distress. I was on two rounds of it for SIBO a few years ago. I haven't had any recurring problems with SIBO since then, and I don't eat any special diet other than gluten free, and of course, healthy foods. I think it's a wonder drug after the issues I experienced with SIBO! Hopefully, it will turn around for you.
  3. I don't believe they would intentionally lie through their teeth about any product they offer. And, I wouldn't count on any barista knowing about the ingredients either. Starbucks policy is for the consumer to make those decisions on their own, and they will gladly let you read the labels. That's not being mislead; it's putting the responsibility on the consumer to make a choice whether to drink it or not.
  4. I think Honeyville is the best (and most expensive) almond flour available. I don't have any trouble with it.
  5. I don't have any problem with it.
  6. Like CyclingLady said: Gluten has to be injected to cause problems. I changed lip gloss, but other than that, I use the same shampoo, conditioner, and makeup without any problems at all. I'm not careful in the shower, but I make it a point to keep my mouth closed when shampooing.
  7. I've never had a problem with any kind of butter or margarine. As far as milk containing gluten, I drink it daily and my celiac panel has been perfect the last few yearly checkups.
  8. I have a small Calphalon skillet, silicone spatula, collapsible colander, and flex cutting board I travel with. I keep it in a tote that I pull off shelf when I travel. Other than that, I do the same as the above posters.
  9. I've continued to use Redken on my curly hair without a problem, and I just had my numbers checked and they're perfect. I do try to keep my hands out of my hair and wash them if I'm brushing it.
  10. What about a smoothie? You can add nut butters or protein powder. Avocado, coconut milk, spinach, carrots, and cooked sweet potato can be added without even noticing they are in there to amp up calories and nutrients.
  11. One of my favorite meals from childhood that I now keep in the freezer to thaw when a quick meal is needed is hamburger hash. It's simply ground beef, chopped onions, potatoes, and beef broth. I vary it depending on what I have on hand with veggies such as spinach, kale, bell pepper, etc. Freezes very well! I like eating it for breakfast with a fried egg on top.
  12. Karen is correct. I am one of those people she speaks of who came here for advice for a couple years and seldom have a need to post once health was restored. My sister is also doing fine, as are a friend and a friend's son-in-law. Strange, but all four of us were diagnosed within a few weeks of each other. How does that happen? Also, gluten is not unhealthy for everyone! It's getting a bad rap right now in the media, but if you don't have celiac, an allergy to gluten, or NCGS, eat all the gluten you want. Good grief!
  13. Mountain House freeze-dried camping meals makes a variety of gluten free meals.
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