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imracin68j

Member Since 02 Nov 2009
Offline Last Active Sep 29 2011 03:56 PM
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Posts I've Made

In Topic: Melatonin Rules For Sleep Issues

28 September 2011 - 08:01 PM

Melatonin does absolutely nothing for my insomnia. I've taken the 3, 5 and 10 mg and nil. It is as though I have taken a placebo! But I have serious insomnia which is exacerbated by my severe pain making it very difficult to fall and stay asleep. Thank goodness I have a prescription that works well!

Glad it is working for you. Sleep is so incredibly important.

Does it actually make you feel groggy? I cannot imagine!



It doesn't work instantly like other sleep aids. It works by taking it at the same time every night. People that don't sleep good need to take melatonin for the simple reason their body isn't creating it if they aren't sleeping. This leads to cancers and other serious diseases which are fought off with the hormones that melatonin kicks on. Even if it doesn't make them fall asleep it's vital to have this in your body.

In Topic: Depressed And Hungry....

20 September 2011 - 09:20 AM

Corn tortilla chip. Put one in your hand and crunch it over. Better than a cracker anyway. It's really no big deal seriously. Even Pizza places are starting to carry glutten free pizza. You can get any product now gluten free at the local supermarket. 5 years from now it will be even more mainstream than it's becoming now.

In Topic: Depressed And Hungry....

19 September 2011 - 06:51 PM

Who cares about wheat. You won't even think about it after a while.

El Pollo loco - ALmost all gluten free
Mexican food - Almost all gluten free - flour tortillas
Candy bars - most gluten free - Reesees rule.
Udi's bread - Their products taste as good as or not better than regular bread.
Wendy's - most don't mix their frys in other oils
In and out - protien style and fries
Drinks - all good
Cereals - fruity pebbles, all chex are clean
Breakfast - Gluten free pancake mix, eggs, bacon etc.


I was more surprised on what we could eat rather than what we couldn't

Stop freaking out and being depressed or your going to kick on IBS for a long time. Then you'll have stomach problems and think its your Celiac when it's probably not.