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Member Since 07 Nov 2009
Offline Last Active Apr 23 2010 04:56 PM

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In Topic: Gluten Free, Still Gaining Weight, Still Bloated

19 April 2010 - 07:31 AM

I have been gluten free officially for 6 months and have not lost any weight. watch what you're eating carb wise.... try more fruits and veggies and protein. bloating might be from something you're still eating.


In Topic: Should I Even Bother?

19 April 2010 - 07:25 AM

It's a friggin waste of time. Don't bother. My mom and doc wanted me to see a GI specialist. Saw him last week and he kinda asked a couple times...maybe not directly but "why are you here, i don't have a clue what you're talking about. i only know about celiac disease, i know nothing about food intollerances and other intolerances." he wanted to do a fecal test to check for fat and giardia but i think i decided this morning that i'm not gonna do it due to the cost of the test and they most likely won't find anything.

self diagnosed on everything....intolerance to gluten/dairy/soy/legume/nuts/latic acid/artificial color...and possible problems to raisen, potatoes and apples(unsure yet).


In Topic: Frustrated

10 January 2010 - 05:01 PM

Sounds like you might need to do an elimination diet. Mine only seem to take 1/2 a day of it to figure out the suspects. I just went off Legumes and am doing better. Spend a day eating the food you think you have no problems with and then start adding other food. last week i spent a day eating bananas, plain rice, apple, hot dog....the next day i was bouncing off the wall with energy. research and keep track of the ingredients to what you eat and when you eat it. Everyone reacts differently but after a week of getting gas and fatigued the same time everyday....it's something i ate for breakfast. Also check lotions, shampoos, deoderant, meds, anything that touches the skin is absorbed.

self diagnosed- gluten/dairy/soy/nuts/legume intollerent.

In Topic: Butter Substitutes That Don'T Involve Dairy Or Soy.

10 January 2010 - 04:22 PM

Earth balance does have soy free buttery spread. (it's the red one). Container says , no soy, non gmo, gluten free, lactose free, vegan. Don't know if you can order on-line but the site listed is www.EarthBalanceNatural.com

In Topic: Glutened Over Christmas

05 January 2010 - 09:14 PM

go back to the basic foods that are known to not bother you. Last week I spent a day eating plain rice, bananas, apple, hot dogs for protein. Did you get a new lotion for Christmas or anything new that you've been using since. It took me forever to figure out that I had to change anything and everything that touches my skin. My newest issue is I think the carrageenan in the coconut milk may be giving me gas along with lactic acid which is in my soy free butter. good luck

Marsha -self-diagnosed gluten/dairy/soy intollerant

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