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#793453 My Celiac Life Story.

Posted by on 05 May 2012 - 07:44 AM

Thanks for your kind words. I am definitely committing to the diet, when I think of gluten foods I think of the pain that accompanies them now - which makes it pretty easy to steer clear of. That one little mishap with the popcorn was enough for me to say, "ok - all done". lol. I've decided eating out is pretty much impossible unless I go to PF Changs. Thanks again for the reply!

Haha yes, sorry I missed that one.

Good points. I definitely can't afford 10 years of misdiagnosing :P Very glad to hear that the lactose intolerance goes away, I looove dairy :D I've talked to my family about it, but nobody thinks they have it (of course). Some of them have arthritis, and some diabetes.

Family members, who may have celiac or gluten intolerance are usually in denial. Little piece of advise here. If they haven't personally seen you suffer and experience your newly found change, you may want to "feed" them your celiac knowledge in small pieces, because they tend to shut you out, if it's too much at a time.
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#790088 Celiac Means No Coffee?

Posted by on 23 April 2012 - 11:09 AM

Remember my post about new celiac pain a couple of days ago, even though I'm entirely glutenfree? With me it IS the coffee. I can not have coffee or I'm getting my old celiac pains.
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#701271 Periods, Whats The Connection

Posted by on 21 May 2011 - 04:01 PM

Yes, that is very comforting indeed! :rolleyes:
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#644709 Issue With Tidying Up

Posted by on 07 October 2010 - 07:22 PM

OK, so I have to tell you, that FlyLady is absolutely cool. It so worked for me... that's why I haven't been here in months :lol: . I have 7 rooms out of our 9 rooms tidy and moved furniture around, so it looks better. The only thing, that I am NOT agreeing with is, that she apparently seems to think, that every woman (or man, if he's the cleaning person) can always find the time to do SOMETHING. I'm going to another world championships in 2 weeks and I have to say, I'm so behind on my preparation and everything, because of all the cleaning, that I now start to neglect everything again. There's just no way to get everything done. I mean, I like FlyLady, but if she tells people, that you always can find the time or else you have the wrong attitude, that's just not true. She probably never had a high need toddler, 2 businesses, one job, was training for a major sporting event, training to pass her practical CDL, and doing her taxes all at the same time. And there's just no priority for anything, cause everything is important needs done like NOW. Anyways, other than that this website is pretty good. At least it helped me, when I needed it. I will definitely continue to use it, when I'm back from the worlds.

And just on Tuesday I had two new students come in and watch and they said, they would like to do it, but don't have enough money. I offered them bartering. The clean, and I give classes. At least until the end of October. We will meet up on Monday for the first time and discuss how we are doing it.

Thanks a thousand times to the "recommender" of that website. B)
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#617864 Issue With Tidying Up

Posted by on 18 June 2010 - 04:27 PM

Thank you! My mom is here. She didn't complain, she just said: "So tomorrow I'll clean up here." lmao
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#617691 Issue With Tidying Up

Posted by on 17 June 2010 - 10:47 PM

Three classes, not two.
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#614730 The Funny Pages - Tickle Me Elbow - The Original

Posted by on 04 June 2010 - 03:01 PM

Have no idea, what everybody is talking about, but it sounds interesting. I just observed something today (or actually the entire week already), that does not have anything to do with the current topic. I just took some of my glutenfree cookies, that Luky and I had made about a week ago out of the refrigerator and put them on our countertop. And with the other dishes, that I stacked in the sink, we immediately had ants there. I mean, like three minutes later. :blink: And when I took out the glutenfree cookies, I put them on the countertop and opened them and took one of them out to eat, when my cell phone rang. So I grabbed the phone, started the conversation and what I thought to be a 2 minute conversation ended up to be 1 hour. Anyways, in the process of talking the day away (and walking away from the kitchen), I forgot the open cookie box. So after I hung up I hurried back into the kitchen and what had happened? Absolutely nothing. No ants in sight, the cookies were untouched. Don't know, just brought a smile to my face. If something good comes out of being glutenfree (other than being healthy), it's that it seems as ants don't like our cookies.... the more cookies we have for us, lol :P .

I don't know, it just brightened my day.
Have a great weekend everybody, Stef
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#417858 Gluten Free Survival Kit

Posted by on 10 April 2008 - 03:26 PM

WHOA :o I did not know that. Awesome, I just hope, if one hurricane hits, then it's on our marital home at a time, when I have my boy and my ex is at home... just kidding.

Yeah, Nutella is glutenfree and my life depends on it. Well, I don't take any other drugs, at least I can have my Nutella... lol.

I'm in a funny mood today. I thought, after all this grieving, I do myself something good and come here today. I'm sorry, when I'm being a little sarcastic, but I love you guys and this always was my place to go, when I needed it.

Hugs, Stef and Lukas
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#417838 Gluten Free Survival Kit

Posted by on 10 April 2008 - 02:52 PM

Since I'm not an American I don't know, what can happen in PA (please, don't think, I'm stupid, I live here for only a little over 4 years), but on my list I'd exchange peanut butter for Nutella. Nutella is a litte in the same direction. It is a Hazelnut breadspread and glutenfree and I thought, I put it on here for all of you who don't like or can't have (because of an allergy) peanut butter.

Hugs to all, Lukas and Stef
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