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Carri Ninja

Member Since 03 Aug 2009
Offline Last Active Apr 12 2010 04:29 AM

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Carri Ninja's Blog > Safe Food List At Vg's Foog Center

Posted 12 April 2010

Yesterday my husband and I went to VG's Food center and found a gluten free food list at the service counter. I thought this was very interesting. I am always looking for new things that are gluten-free, and different places that are easier to shop. When I picked up the list I was surprised to find that it was 2 pages long. It was organized by category,...

Carri Ninja's Blog > New Propel Not So Safe - Severe Dh And Digestive Issues

Posted 16 February 2010

So I heard that propel had some new flavors and have added extra vitamins to help hydrate! Just what every celiac needs - extra hydration - turns out to be not so great for me! I though it could be good. Propel has always been gluten free, and helped with my dehydration issues immensely! I usually get the...

Carri Ninja's Blog > Still Sick

Posted 02 December 2009

As of recently I had a scope done.
I have been gluten free for a year now and had to have a scope done because I am still bleeding. The Dr. thought that I might have colon cancer. Very scary at 29.
I watched my grandmother go through a  lot of the same things. She passed away in her mid 50's. When the scope results came back there was no cancer. THANK...

Carri Ninja's Blog > My Son

Posted 13 August 2009

My son is 7 now.

He occasionally {about 3 - 5 times a year}  has random pain, fever and unexplained clumsiness.

I see this and think of all the times I went through that as a child.

I have had the Dr give him the blood test for Celiac and it came back negative. I know that blood test isn't always accurate.

I am on a very strict gluten free diet. He...

Carri Ninja's Blog > My Story

Posted 13 August 2009

"I'm sick but I'm pretty."

I was always told not to complain because I had it good compared to my autistic cousin and aunt with Cerebral palsy. Agreeing with this I suffered year after year silently as I could imprisoned in my own body knowing something was wrong.

So here it is about the real - sick - me. If you...