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ravenwoodglass

Member Since 17 Apr 2004
Offline Last Active Today, 01:53 PM
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In Topic: Colonoscopy Question

Today, 10:36 AM

It is very doubtful you will be able to go anywhere. Do be sure to bring someone with you to the procedure also as they most likely will not allow you to drive home or even take a cab. Plan on resting or just quiet activities the day of the procedure also.  Perhaps your boss will let you make up that 20 minutes the next day or the day before. 


In Topic: Questions About Crumbs

Today, 01:56 AM

Nicole just said what I was going to say. Celiac is so much more than just a gut disease. I wish researchers would take that into account but we seem to have a way to go with that. 

 

As to the horse feed. Please do start a thread to see what other horse owners do to protect themselves. Breathing in the dust will be a problem gluten wise. If no one else can feed and care for the horses do wear a mask and perhaps a coverall that can be taken off when you exit the stable. 


In Topic: Questions About Crumbs

Yesterday, 04:12 AM

I agree with Nicole. In addtion do not cook with flour for the gluten eaters. Let them get their gluten breads, cookies, cakes etc premade. Flour particles in the air will also get you. 


In Topic: Skincare

Yesterday, 01:13 AM

Have you tried the Garnier line? I have had good luck with their products. Hopefully others will reply with some other brands. 


In Topic: Labs After 3 Years gluten-free

17 April 2015 - 01:24 AM

That is great news. While I know that feeing better is the real reward for all your hard work getting to see how much you recovered in labs very satisfying. Thanks for posting.