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Member Since 11 May 2011
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#717797 Is There Any Hidden Soy In This Baby Food?

Posted by on 21 July 2011 - 09:08 AM

Get yourself a blender/processer thingy (i reccomend the ninja) steam an apple, toss in, wala baby food :)

Btw Whey is dairy.
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#717526 Misdiagnosis Of Celiac Disease

Posted by on 19 July 2011 - 07:58 PM

yep, that can do that (my mother had it). However, because he has celiac in his family history, it wouldn't hurt to be checked every few years "just in case".
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#717183 Starbucks Can Kiss My ....

Posted by on 18 July 2011 - 12:44 PM

bah, why risk it? Can't you just learn to make them at home? XD
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#716982 Constipation & Abdominal Pain/cramps

Posted by on 17 July 2011 - 03:15 PM

God,yes. Thats part of what i go through (along with severe indigestion). I increase my veggie/fruit intake and if that doesn't work i eat 4 prunes..... normally that'll get me going again.
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#705808 Attention Dog Lovers!

Posted by on 04 June 2011 - 06:21 PM

We use the same thing we use on ourselves. :D Any decent, inexpensive shampoo will do. I will say, though: don't wash your dog in the winter at all, and only wash him a few times in the summer. Washing dogs too often is very bad for their skin and coat.

Depends on the breed. My toy poodle gets baths weekly with baby shampoo. It does well.
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#705541 Has Anyone Done Major Home Renovations Post gluten-free?

Posted by on 03 June 2011 - 07:16 PM

As a person who helped gut and redo a trialer, you need:

A very good mask

Ventilation (very very important)


Gloves (heavy duity kind)

Heavy duty clothes, the kind that won't let dust in

Do not move in until you have all of the sanding/cutting done. Painting and such can be done afterward.
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#705487 Food Ideas

Posted by on 03 June 2011 - 04:26 PM

sweet potatos (not sure about these but it may work for you)
meat of any kind
pees ?
greenbeans ?

Look at what is all natural, perhaps that would give you a good start.
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#704257 Deactivate My Account Immediately

Posted by on 31 May 2011 - 10:59 AM

Perhaps Karl needs to learn that the world is not going to agree with him on everything and if he feels the need to rant to others to support his opinions it should be stated in a matter that is not offensive to the other posters. If he feels the need to leave, so be it.
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#704093 The What's For Dinner Tonight Chat

Posted by on 30 May 2011 - 08:00 PM

the chicken turned out really good. That rotissery was the best investment we ever made. The carrots were 'glazed' with butter and brown sugar i think :huh: Never the less it was still good.
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#704034 Insensitive People

Posted by on 30 May 2011 - 05:05 PM

Unfortenently, everyone has an opinion and, alas, they think it is right :rolleyes:

Don't let it get to you hun B)
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#703953 The What's For Dinner Tonight Chat

Posted by on 30 May 2011 - 02:03 PM

Home made rotissery chicken (with salt and pepper only :)) and carrots, sound good?
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#702116 Dose Anyone Get Sick From Eating Gluten-Free Food?

Posted by on 24 May 2011 - 06:56 PM

you could be intolerent to something in the gluten free foods.
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#702092 Full Recovery? I Want To Exercise

Posted by on 24 May 2011 - 05:29 PM

that was 2 months ago, things could change in that time
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#701445 My Youngest Son Is Not Coping At All Now

Posted by on 22 May 2011 - 01:43 PM

Have any of you ever seen the film or movie, called 'Rain Man, by Dustan Hoffman?

On that film, he made it after months of studing Autistic Children and adults with Autism.
well, in the movie he wore only Fruit-of-deloom underwear. He also watched his favorite television program every day at the same time. His brother took him on a long road trip. When he could not get clean umderwear or see his favorite tv program, he went completely nuts and scream loudly and jumped up and down on the floor. He was a grown man but, he still acted that way, anyways.
Once, Autistic children fixate on a certain, program, clothing, or food, hell or high water will not change their minds or attitude. He is acting this way toward me at present time. He has fixated himself on certain foods in my house and will not deviate from that course. Those with Autistic Children, how did you get them to change their minds? What methods has worked for you? Pulling this Rain Man trick could casue him to harm himself or others around him. Should I have to go back to all those foods he use to eat, jus because he cannot accept anything new? If he himself does not choose the new food, he will not touch it absolutely.

Funny <_< i'm autistic (high functioning but still) and yes it was hard to change my eating habbits, but it is not impossible. I was like that when i was younger, however, if something was presented enough and say served differently (cucumber without skin as opposed to skin as an example) i would eat it.

Like i said, encourage him, perhaps even take him to the store with you (if possible) and have him 'help' you choose something new, let him be in somewhat control in that sense. Have him help you prepare it (again if possible), make it fun, make it exciting.
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#701320 The What's For Dinner Tonight Chat

Posted by on 21 May 2011 - 09:02 PM

Oh god, i've found a love in the gluten free pasta <3

I am a massive pasta fan and basically wilted when i was told i couldn't have gluteny ones anymore.

Tonights dinner was:

pasta with alfredo-ish sauce and a side salad.
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