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#16 Mtndog

 
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Posted 30 November 2006 - 05:55 AM

Richard is right- those grains are safe for celiacs but some people don't do well with them due to other intolerances. I have a gluten-like reaction to soy. It's not gluten, but it makes me feel bad.

I think Richard just wanted to make sure that people knew that those grains, in general, are safe for celiacs but sometimes people have reactions to other things as well. I know Judy doesn't feel good when she eats canola oil.
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#17 Judyin Philly

 
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Posted 30 November 2006 - 06:28 AM

[/quote]I think Richard just wanted to make sure that people knew that those grains, in general, are safe for celiacs but sometimes people have reactions to other things as well. I know Judy doesn't feel good when she eats canola oil.
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Thnanks Bev. Yep first Hellmans' then after about 2 months, the hellman's canola doens't agree with me.
Richard, I know what your thinking..(that woman should live in a 'bubble' ) :lol:
Still think that you and Jersey did 'hit the nail on the head with me' and I hadn't seen it that way.
I also feel what patti was so true for me, I need to rotate soaps, deord, shampos, ect maybe once a month so I don't build up 'intolerances to things' as that seems to me to be what's happening.
Guess it goes back to the first thing i learned 17 months ago . LISTEN TO YOUR OWN BODY. Sometimes it seems like it talks a 'forgein language tho, :blink: :o :( :) :lol:
judy (still jetting along trying to sort it out) :)
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Posted 30 November 2006 - 09:50 AM

I learned somewhere that canola the name comes from "Canadian" and "Oil" put together.

My question is, is it a seed problem? Someone said they had a RX with canola but no RX with sunflower oil. So maybe not - but I guess wheat is a seed, but so is corn, is rice? I seem to have problems with sunflower seeds, I think. I tried to do an elimination diet but I reacted to the blandest of elimination food - but maybe it was from the day before or the day before that..

Oh never mind, the human body is so weird. I mean beautiful and complex. :)
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Posted 30 November 2006 - 09:52 AM

I think Richard just wanted to make sure that people knew that those grains, in general, are safe for celiacs but
Richard, I know what your thinking..(that woman should live in a 'bubble' ) :lol:

Can we start calling you "Bubbles"?
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Posted 30 November 2006 - 11:42 AM

canola oil and other oils become toxic when heated. Olive oil is good in dressings, but only coconut oil is good for cooking. You can get organic virgin coconut oil at natural food stores. It is also a powerful antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal.
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Posted 30 November 2006 - 11:50 AM

canola oil and other oils become toxic when heated. Olive oil is good in dressings, but only coconut oil is good for cooking. You can get organic virgin coconut oil at natural food stores. It is also a powerful antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal.


Loraleena- what do you mean they become toxic? I mean, obvioulsy I know what toxic means but don't understand in this particular case. :huh:
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Posted 30 November 2006 - 12:11 PM

Ooo, I did have a reaction after trying to fry chicken coated in cornmeal in it. Don't usually seem to have a problem with canola in this healthy margarine stuff I use - oops fried potatoes in that once. Got so excited about adding more fat to my diet, got a little fry happy. I don't know anything about toxicity - but it does seem to bother me when heated to high temperatures.
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#23 Judyin Philly

 
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Posted 30 November 2006 - 12:22 PM

Can we start calling you "Bubbles"?


SURE YOU CAN, IF CALLIN ME FOR DINNER, JUST DON'T PUT ANY CANOLA MAYO ON IT. :lol:
jUDY :lol:

canola oil and other oils become toxic when heated.

PLEASE EXPLAIN..I DON'T FRY MUCH BUT SURE DON'T GET THIS ONE.
JUDY :o
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Posted 30 November 2006 - 01:22 PM

I don't know about canola oil and the legume family/grass family. I do know that I can't tolerate much in the way of alternative grains either. I can eat small quantities though.

As far as oil becoming toxic.....when it is heated it changes the molecular structure, making it like an excitotoxin/free radical....therefore being bad for your body. Many oils don't have the high heat point which is reached quickly in stovetop cooking anyway.
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Posted 30 November 2006 - 08:43 PM

I didn't mean to make anybody mad, but the excerpt quoted in the post made it sound like all these grains might be a threat to people with celiac. I wanted to make it clear that since this article was written it has been determined that ALL of these grains are perfectly safe. People with celiac eat all of them.

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Posted 30 November 2006 - 09:18 PM

:) I don't think anyone is mad at you Richard.
Glad to know the current info.
thanks for your help.
judy :)
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Posted 01 December 2006 - 08:46 AM

I didn't mean to make anybody mad, but the excerpt quoted in the post made it sound like all these grains might be a threat to people with celiac. I wanted to make it clear that since this article was written it has been determined that ALL of these grains are perfectly safe. People with celiac eat all of them.

richard

Actually I think that the very next paragraph of that same article pointed out the same thing....

Thanks for being willing to take the time to clear things up.
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Posted 04 December 2006 - 11:44 AM

Since someone explained the toxic better than me I'll leave it at that. Also all oils become rancid very quickly except coconut oil . It can remain unrefridgerated for over a year. Get on line and read about oils especially coconut. I have only been hearing bad things about canola lately.
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