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#1 ncdave

 
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Posted 02 December 2011 - 09:23 AM

What we need is a drug to counter react being glutened. I"d give 100 bucks for one pill or a shot right now! That would be a bargin not to have these flu like symptoms for two days, not even mentioning everything that comes after that.
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#2 Chad Sines

 
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Posted 02 December 2011 - 09:57 AM

They would probably use some kind of bonding agent that contained gluten as well as soy. :)
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Posted 02 December 2011 - 10:03 AM

They would probably use some kind of bonding agent that contained gluten as well as soy. :)



:lol: OMG! I'm laughing so hard! That is soooo true!


I'm holding out for a Titanium digestive system transplant. I have one in his first year of mechanical engineering with a friend in bio-engineering. I'm hoping to get them working on this soon.
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#4 lynnelise

 
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Posted 02 December 2011 - 10:23 AM

:lol: OMG! I'm laughing so hard! That is soooo true!


I'm holding out for a Titanium digestive system transplant. I have one in his first year of mechanical engineering with a friend in bio-engineering. I'm hoping to get them working on this soon.


That titanium digestive systems sounds like a dream come true! I want one too! :P
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Posted 02 December 2011 - 11:49 AM

Ho ho!
Actually today I could use it.
Do try activated charcoal next time, assuming you don't have salicylate sensitivity like I do--I need to come up with a low salicylate alternative. The charcoal absorbs the gluten --as well as everything else--so don't do it all the time. I hear it lessens the cross contamination effect from gluten often down to 1 day. Its a hell of a lot better than 3 days or more...
Meanwhile L-glutamine helps, as does acidophilus, nattokinase, bromelain and papain. And having lots of green veggie drinks. I make mine in a blender: Parsely, lettuce, celery with a bit of water. Its a good pick me up any time actually.
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Posted 02 December 2011 - 05:39 PM

Can u really tell a difference with the glutamine? i have it and always wondered if it was worth the mild nausea.
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Posted 02 December 2011 - 05:48 PM

Can u really tell a difference with the glutamine? i have it and always wondered if it was worth the mild nausea.


I would not take it if it made me feel nauseous. I'd use something else if it did cause that effect. Just shows we are all different.

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Posted 03 December 2011 - 04:40 PM

I take a gluten blocker that my mom got for me when I don't know if something has any CC on it. It seems to work but I've never tried it with a piece of cake or a big ole cookie.
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