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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Does anybody use Jay Robb Whey protein powder, its says good manufacturing practices are used to clean the equipment between lines ect ect   Thanks Diane
  2. Hi,   just wondering if anyone uses a protein powder and what they recommend in terms of brands etc?  Is finding one thats gluten free enough or should we be looking out for other additives?   Thanks    
  3. Hi all I am currently managing a gluten free diet and weight loss and am enjoying protein shakes in the mornings to kick start my metabolism. A while ago I had found a recipe to make low calorie chocolate cookies out of the protein shake mixture and they were delicious and a good low calorie treat. I am currently loving my strawberry flavored protein shake and am wondering if anyone has any recipes for low calorie desserts that can be made with the strawberry flavoring? Recipes for other flavors are also most welcome. A word of caution to those that are new to protein shakes you have to be careful to check ingredients as a lot are not gluten free. Thanks all for your contributions. I am loving reading the wealth of knowledge in the forums and have only recently signed up.
  4. I was recently diagnosed with Celiac disease and I need to know if any of these ingredients may contain gluten. The packaging does not indicate that this is a gluten free product but this is the Target brand and the details in the packaging seem minimal. Here are the ingredients.    Protein Blend (Ultrafiltered Whey Protein Concentrate [Which Contains Beta-Lactoglobulin, Alpha-Lactalbumin, and Glycomacropeptides], Microfiltered Whey Protein Isolate), Maltodextrin, Cocoa (Processed with Alkali), Natural and Artificial Flavors, Cellulose Gum, Salt, Soy Lecithin, Xanthan Gum, Dicalcium Phosphate, Calcium Carbonate, Acesulfame Potassium, Sucralose. It also "Contains milk and soy ingredients."  Please let me know if this is a safe food or not. I have already tried gluten free Protein but I ran out and this is all I have.
  5. So it seems no matter what gluten-free brands I try I still get that awful bloated want to die feeling from coffee, trail mix and protein shakes/meal replacements. Anyone having the same issues? I get really busy at work and need to find snacks and some sort of drinkable meal to get me through without a reaction. I've tried the gluten-free slim fast, ensure, designer whey, special k....all the same effect. It also happens with my coffee even though my creamer is gluten free. Trail mix is a weird one for me because I can eat dried fruits fine, so maybe the plant the nuts are processed in? I'm really beginning to despise eating...it's just a never ending battle just to feel normal! help please
  6. Hi, I'm new to this board and I just wanted some advice on a subject that has truly concerned me for a while, now. At the end of 2009, I weighed close to 300 pounds. Wow! It was bad, and I was only 20 years old, nearly 21. After I turned (21), I decided that was it. I was sick of being fat, unhappy and unhealthy. I lost about 45 pounds, and then I fell very ill as I had at various points in my life. After I got over that illness, I went back to the gym and dropped even more weight. I was closing in on the 200 pounds mark but I got even sicker. I battled hard until last year, when I discovered my wheat sensitivity. I was 22 at the time, and I'm 23 right now. After cutting out wheat, I lost nearly 15 pounds in 2 weeks, and I felt damn amazing. I felt great and I was so glad I could continue my journey to a healthy weight. I was wrong, though. TLDR; I was a big guy who lost a lot of weight between multiple cycles of extreme illness. This is my current predicament. I simply have no energy to work out, you know? I manage a food food establishment, and I work very hard. That never stopped me, though. I went to the gym and it brought me even more energy for work. But now, I don't eat a lot of carbs. Since I'm a manager, I don't get to leave the store to eat and I can count my (very unfilling) food options on one hand. Also, I don't get a lot of time to eat, and I work for long periods of time without food. Also, sadly, I don't make a whole lot of money. Gluten free food is expensive and I honestly can't afford to bring food to work every day when my grocery bill stacks up as it is. I know it's my diet. After only an hour of looking, I discovered Rabbit Starvation. Too much protein and not enough carbs or fat, and it sounds right on the nose. So there are my questions to any of you great people that might be able to help! 1) Could my issue be rabbit starvation, realistically? 2) Is it a common issue with any particular group of people? 3) What would or do, or have you done, to avoid it? 4) What steps would you recommend so that I can work out without feeling terrible and out or energy. Again, my budget is tight. I know you're all thinking "Get a better job!" but I actually like my job most of the time, and I plan to stay until I finish college in a few years. Any help would be great, you have my gratitude just for reading this! Jeremy
  7. Anyone ever had a pumpkin milkshake? Here's some sites but what did YOU do?? http://drinks.seriouseats.com/2012/10/pumpkin-milkshakes-halloween-drinks-desserts-party-recipes.html http://www.ourbestbites.com/2009/09/pumpkin-pie-milkshake/ http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/pumpkin-pie-shake-10000001141977/ {this one might work with rice milk and rice icecream
  8. I have a friend raising quale eggs. She says that some people whol are allergic to chicken eggs can eat quail eggs. Has anyone tried it? I keep thinking about having been told that Spelt and Kamut were a good substitute for wheat. That didn't work out for me.