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JillianLindsay

Member Since 13 May 2009
Offline Last Active Oct 26 2014 10:11 AM
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In Topic: gluten-free Sushi Places

03 September 2013 - 09:54 AM

anyone recommend any gluten-free sushi places in toronto or outside of toronto. id really like to find a place....

Bump!  Looking for gluten-free sushi place for tonight - preferably near downtown :)


In Topic: Training And Energy Management

24 October 2012 - 05:33 PM

I'd say yes and yes :) I had a very similar experience: two weeks of feeling amazing, followed by a bit of a roller-coaster before things leveled out. The body goes through a process of adjusting to the new diet, but things will improve and stay improved if you stick to the diet. I also gained a good 10-15 lbs of muscle from working out in the first two years, after a life time of playing sports and working out with little results. Hang in there, it definitely gets better!

In Topic: Gluten-Free Prenatal Vitamins

22 October 2012 - 09:32 AM

If it's the prescription-strength (Rx formula), then the Pharmacy should have that info or be able to get it for you

In Topic: Active 21 Y.o Male/ Widespread Tendonitis

17 October 2012 - 11:17 AM

Hi maldo,

Yes, I play competitive women's soccer and had very painful tendinitis in both my achilles and in my knees. Physiotherapy and muscle strengthening helped, but the next season, after going gluten-free, I had much less pain and the injuries continued to improve. I'm not sure exactly what contributed - probably a combination of everything, but celiac disease probably impacted my joint health.

In Topic: Gluten Free Food In The Hospital?

23 September 2012 - 07:10 PM

I was just in hospital overnight Tuesday to Wednesday and got a gluten-free breakfast Wednesday morning. It sucked, but it was gluten-free. It was krispy rice cereal (I think envirokidz), a gluten-free muffin, and coffee and orange juice. No fruit, no protein, just carbs, but I did not get sick from it. For the big day (I'm due Nov. 6), I will definitely bring some of my own food, but my hospital is able to provide gluten-free food too. I double-checked when they dropped it off and it said gluten-free on the paper that came with the meal.

Can they do that? I never eat anything that ANYBODY has cooked. I am so scared about having the baby! It is number 5 for us though so Dh can't take care of the others plus bring me food three times per day (hospital is 1 hour away) So what should I do? Any advise? I know my doctor said he would "order" me a gluten free diet but what about cross contamination?