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MJ_S

Member Since 24 Mar 2011
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 02:33 PM
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In Topic: Too Extreme Or Just The Right Medicine?

Yesterday, 12:10 PM

You can try contacting the manufacturer of the water pill and see what they tell you. Many will give a standard disclaimer, but they may also confirm if the pill is gluten free.


In Topic: Thank You- A Very Special Day

Yesterday, 08:57 AM

I did - I thought it was great. Thanks again.


In Topic: Too Extreme Or Just The Right Medicine?

Yesterday, 08:43 AM

Google Fasano diet. This diet is targeted towards super sensitives, but is also a great unprocessed diet to use in the beginning while you're in healing mode. It allows for plain rice (not processed cream of rice), all fresh fruits, vegetables, eggs and meats (no processed/canned items), olive oil, salt, beans, and nuts still in the shell. Some fruit juices/dairy items are ok as well. The  idea is to avoid processed foods as much as possible. If you're willing to try it, it's a great diet to help you heal, after which you can slowly start to add things back in, ideally one at a time at least 4 days apart from each other. 

 

Be very cautious with the pills. You should be able to search this site and others to find certified gluten free brands. Country Life is one. I would stay away from anything non gluten-free certified. 


In Topic: Thank You- A Very Special Day

22 October 2014 - 01:02 PM

Wow - that's great!

 

I didn't know Fasano is in Lexington today. That's very close to me. If it's not too late, where and when is he speaking? I'm having trouble finding any information about it online.

 

Edit: I found it: St. Brigid's Parish Hall at 7:00pm. Thank you so much for the heads up!!


In Topic: Help Please! Going To Make Soup For Boyfriend

11 October 2014 - 10:26 AM

You don't need the broth since you also bought the ingredients to make broth. Just combine the greens and chicken, add water, salt, and some olive oil (since the breasts aren't too fatty) and bring to full boil. Simmer, covered, for 1.5 hours (or 40 minutes with a pressure cooker since you said quick). 

 

Once it's done, add the noodles and cook them for however long they take according to package. Don't cook them separately.