Jump to content

Follow Us:  Twitter Facebook RSS Feed            



Celiac.com Sponsor:

 
   Get email alerts  Subscribe to FREE Celiac.com email alerts



  arrowShare this page:
   
Celiac.com Sponsor:

Celiac Ninja

Member Since 12 May 2011
Offline Last Active Feb 22 2015 05:28 PM
-----

Blog Entries

Celiac Ninja's Blog > Gluten Free Battle Is Up Hill, But I Can See The Sky From Here

Posted 22 February 2015

Obviously I'm not good at titling my blogs, lol, but the latest events of the Gluten Free struggle is what I'm posting here.

I've forgotten about my thyroid. Conveniently I'm sure, when I was diagnosed with non-hodgkins lymphoma, I put off dealing with the nodules on my thyroid for years. It's been 9 years. I think I was hoping getting gluten free would...


Celiac Ninja's Blog > Cut Out The Extras And Get The Enzymes!

Posted 22 October 2014

That's exactly right!

Meat, rice and vegies.

The only extras were the ones that I knew and tested before and still feel confident about; Silk coconut milk (for my calcium/magnesium/etc), CeliAct vitamins and my MRM gluten enzymes.

*I added my Rice cheese later, kept up with the Waluby Greek yogurt and drank water from the tap. Then the Rice Dream Organ...


Celiac Ninja's Blog > Stay At Home Mom

Posted 11 July 2014

W ith two kids to tend to, glutened by who knows what, and allergic to other stuff, I am finding it hard to survive. At night I have horrible nightmares, have had since I was a kid, but the glutening makes them worse. Also having heart palpitations, tightening, lethargy. Very tired all over as well. The last few weeks the glutening has damaged my gut and...


Celiac Ninja's Blog > Baby #2 Born January 2014

Posted 04 June 2014

Well, my sweet hubby and I had another baby, Surprise! its a girl. ? Yes, we didn't know until month 8.

Doctors told me she was in serious danger because I am Rh-, that is O- blood. I chose not to do the rohgam. It is protein based and I have numerous allergies including to pain meds. When I had cancer I had seizures while the nurse was giving me retuxin...


Celiac Ninja's Blog > The Joys Of Pregnancy...

Posted 02 July 2012

Honestly it's not so bad being pregnant. Minus the swelling from various foods or things I drink that I have been informed are gluten free. The baby is growing quickly, seems to have growth spirts ;) like a normal kid does out of the womb. I swear, in one week, I went from 145-150 and stayed there! I thought...