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xxndnromeoxx

Member Since 24 Jun 2007
Offline Last Active Jul 02 2007 05:44 PM
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Posts I've Made

In Topic: Acne

24 June 2007 - 10:22 PM

I wonder how long am I to wait to know if it will totally go away because of gluten? Will it almost be instant, or will it take weeks, or months?

In Topic: Acne

24 June 2007 - 07:12 PM

I signed up here just because of this issue. Two weeks ago I stopped eating gluten, my acne was getting less and less and I attrtibuted it to the digestive enzymes I was taking and then added wheat and all the gluten products back in. The next two weeks got worse and worse till I almost reached in between mild to moderate acne. I had literally 30 zits on my forehead and it was too much of a coincidence. I stopped taking gluten products and slowly it's going down again.

I am going to see what happens over the next few days, because I really feel this is causing it!

In Topic: Is Corn Safe?

24 June 2007 - 06:34 PM

It is only difficult in the beginning. There is a steep learning curve!

I would eat the bean dip. I usually make my own, but that looks safe to me.


That is relieving :) You guys are wonderful, I am already in love with this place. By the way my name is Patrick, it's nice to meet you all! And it's nice to feel home.

In Topic: Is Corn Safe?

24 June 2007 - 06:32 PM

Thank you Julie, and Psawyer, the clarification makes sense. Coming across "corn gluten" I was also confused as well. People who have allergies to the gluten in corn, how would they tend to show symptoms?

In Topic: Is Corn Safe?

24 June 2007 - 06:25 PM

Welcome!

Corn is gluten-free.

Some people are allergic to corn ... that is what your quote is saying. It's not a celiac thing ... it's a food allergy thing for some people, celiacs and non-celiacs alike.


Thank you Carla! That is such a relief. I must have misread the statement. Maintaining a gluten-free lifestyle is very hard. I make a pinto bean dip that I wanted to incorporate some corn chips with. This is what it contains

http://www.fritolay....ProdID_3059.htm
"Ingredients: Whole corn, corn oil, and salt. No preservatives"

So I assuming I am okay on this :)