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Janessa

Member Since 25 Jun 2007
Offline Last Active Feb 16 2010 04:31 PM
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In Topic: Which Is The Better Brownie?

16 February 2010 - 04:33 PM

I have to vote for Trader Joes, it is cheaper and it makes awesome brownies that have the thin crust over the tops that cracks when you bite it (that's my favorite part)
I add choco chips and it is even better

In Topic: Help Me Before I Litterally Waste Away.

11 February 2010 - 04:02 PM

I hope you don't have any more allergies or intolerances, but just so you know I had a bunch or skin and blood tests for allergies and nothing showed up not even things I knew I was already allergic to like peanuts. My dr. explained the tests had about a 50% accuracy, and I did find I did have reactions (sometimes very strong) to foods which I tested negative.

In Topic: Help Me Before I Litterally Waste Away.

10 February 2010 - 09:54 AM

you could possibly have additional intolerances that could be holding you back. I know that Ensure is almost 100% highly processed corn and soy, not good for you even if you can have them, there is another vitamin drink I use called mix 1 that is more natural. You could try adding more good fat to each meal to up your calories, like olive oil and avocado.
Also there are a lot of natural supplements out there they are just a little harder to find, use what your dr. recommended as a guideline and find one you can have. Googlr Dr Ron for tons of natural gluten free supplements

In Topic: Grain Free Diet

09 February 2010 - 04:11 PM

you need something acidic like lemon juice, if you google soaking grains you will find a lot of info from people who know more than me and they might have other suggestions posted

In Topic: Grain Free Diet

09 February 2010 - 02:19 PM

I forgot to add when you are baking you only soak the flours and sugar in the kefir mixture and when they are done soaking then you add the rest of the ingredients and bake as normal.
Things you make like this come out so fluffy and tender it is amazing