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Feeling Almost Worst On gluten-free Diet...say What!?!


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#16 IrishHeart

 
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Posted 03 February 2012 - 10:01 AM

I started feeling better in gluten-free to then feel worse as the days passed by. I found out I was deficient in a lot of minerals and vitamin b's. Eat a lot of fruits, veggies, and nuts and if you can avoid all those gluten-free products. They are have awful nutritional value! It's better to eat potatoes, yams, corn on the cob, all whole starches because they provide a lot of nutrients that you may be lacking. I thought I could just take away the bread, but noooo. For some people getting this diagnosis means and entire lifestyle change. Another tip: make your own food.



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Posted 07 February 2012 - 05:53 AM

You may not realize this, but you are replying to a post over 2 years old and the original poster may not see it.

But people like me that gleen so much real information from these forums still read these very late replys.

Please dont discourage peeps from doing this - 'old' info has still been new + usefull to me.

Many thanx.

I dont Kno how to drive forum chat sites yet, so sorry if i dont respond quickly.
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#18 kareng

 
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Posted 07 February 2012 - 06:16 AM

But people like me that gleen so much real information from these forums still read these very late replys.

Please dont discourage peeps from doing this - 'old' info has still been new + usefull to me.

Many thanx.

I dont Kno how to drive forum chat sites yet, so sorry if i dont respond quickly.


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