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zjune

Member Since 19 Feb 2007
Offline Last Active Mar 21 2007 02:09 PM
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In Topic: So Jerry Is Very Frustrated....

14 March 2007 - 07:34 AM

I have the same frustrations as you. I don't have celiac, but gluten intolerant (and lactose too). Even though these foods were making me ill I still continued to consume gluten every once in a while simply because I was feeling bad for myself and didn't think a little would matter. Every once in a while I had some milk chocolate and I couldn't stop, it was like heroin or something. It got to the point where I was so sick of running to the bathroom and feeling horrible that I decided to be strong and not even touch the stuff. One bite of a cookie just isn't worth the pain. I even had to tell the guy I was dating that I have to be really strict and he cannot tempt me or ask me to try foods with gluten. It is important to first make myself happy.

I also made a point to my family to stop buying gluten foods; if they do I made a designated space in the cabinet for cereal and pasta. I think if it is out of sight then you don't want it. I have been feeling so much better ever since I stopped occasionally eating some gluten. Instead fill your fridge with lots of foods you like and you can eat. I feel like there are so many choices out there!

In Topic: What Do You Eat For Breakfast?!

20 February 2007 - 06:35 PM

It changes everyday but my favorites are:

banana/apple with almonds when I am on the go
almond butter on gluten free waffle/toast or rice cake
plain oatmeal (if you can have it) with blueberries
i love those gluten free pancakes you can make every once in a while (contains 1 egg)

the morning is the best time to have fruit and i love anything with green tea!