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Member Since 13 Aug 2006
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Want To Cut Down Your Healing Time In Half Without Dr.'s And Drugs?

29 November 2006 - 05:50 PM

My doctor recommended the following two all natural supplements for people with gluten intolerances or actual celiacs disease (there is a difference amongst the two if you didn't already know).
1) "L-Glutamine" which is a free form of natural amino acids (like eating fresh fish) which your body absolutely needs to heal all damage done to the intestines.
2) "Digestive Enzymes" (this is something your body is already naturally creating...just not creating enough you need at this time) which has to do with promoting the good bacteria in your digestive tract to help break down food, which in turn will leave you with less gas, less diarhea, and less constipation.
I do recommend buying these at your nearest health food store to omit any risks of the generic/gluten risk factor...just be careful and remember to read your labels.

What Are The Effects Of A Soy Allergy?

29 October 2006 - 05:49 AM

Hi, can someone here with a soy intolerancy please tell me if the effects are the same as being glutened...i'm trying to figure out if soy is causing all of this extra gas :unsure: .

Tender Abdominal Area After Being Glutened?

29 October 2006 - 05:45 AM

Does anyone ever get a tender lower tummy, like in the lower abdominal area, after being glutened? Is it from gas or something? I wonder what i should take...or maybe i should wait a couple of days to see how long it lasts... <_< ... This has happened many times before but i accidentally glutened myself on thursday so i'm pretty sure it's from that, however, i ate lots of ener-g bread and english muffins yesterday so maybe it's from that? Oh, i'm so tired of being a food spy :ph34r: .

I Got The Fed Ex Job...i'm So Nervouse About My Tummy Now!

15 October 2006 - 12:59 PM

So, those of you who read on this topic before, i got the job!!

For those of you who have no idea what i'm talking about i'll fill you in. I had an interview a few weeks back for a really good job at Federal Express in human resources doing their interviewing, hiring, conducting orientation, etc... Anyway, when i was sent for my drug test (which of course came back negative because i don't do drugs) i started getting the shivers, nausea, and i was in and out of the bathroom their like 8 times or something. Everyone kept looking at me like i was up to something, and i was worried that i looked "suspicious" to them or something.

So i start next week, and now, i'm soooooooo very nervous that my tummy is going to send me running into the bathroom many times while i'm there. I've noticed when i get nervous i have to literally run to the bathroom. I'm almost wondering if i shouldn't eat anything the day before my first day. I'm so tired of this nightmare, it's almost like things have started to mess with my mind now. Like for example, right before i take my son to Pre-K everyday i try to use the bathroom just to make myself feel better. It's not that i have watery D anymore, but when i have to go i have to go like almost immediately. I'm so scared of this now and i feel like this whole pooping thing has consumed my mental state of mind now when i try to leave the house. Sometimes i feel like i make excuses for not going places just because i'm nervous that i'll have to run to the bathroom or something. Anyone else ever get these feelings? I'm sure things will work themselves out...i've only been on the diet for almost 5 months now so i'm pretty sure i still have some healing to do anyway (i'm hoping that "urgent" feeling will get better). Oh well, thanks for listening.

Peanut Butter-jelly Cookies Mmmmm....

13 October 2006 - 10:30 AM

Peanut Butter-Jelly Cookies

1 cup sugar
1 tsp. baking soda
½ tsp. vanilla
1 large egg
1cup peanut butter
1 cup favorite jelly/jam

Mix together sugar, baking soda, peanut butter, egg and vanilla. Mix until smooth. Refrigerate dough about 30 minutes. Scoop dough onto greased baking sheet, use thumb to press down the center of each cooked and put a small amount of jelly in the center.

Preheat oven to 350 and bake for 10 minutes. Allow cookies to cool and harden. Makes up to 2 dozen

*read your labels carefully as always

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