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Member Since 23 May 2011
Offline Last Active Jun 26 2011 05:11 PM

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In Topic: Please Help - So Many Questions

26 June 2011 - 04:52 PM

Welcome Fairydust! Wow, sounds like you have a lot going on... but you have taken the all important first step and started the process by making that appointment with your doctor.

Going gluten free is a process that can be as difficult or as easy as you choose to make it in a lot of respects, but the advice given by rosetapper is good - a diet of natural unprocessed foods in the beginning can make it all easier.

There is heaps of advice on these forums on the ways to make your life gluten free - and it's given by people much more knowledgable than me so I shall stop here and simply say... Welcome to the journey.

Wishing you health and happiness.

In Topic: The Funny Pages - Tickle Me Elbow - The Original

22 June 2011 - 01:28 PM

Dogs can be so naughty! I had a spoodle (spaniel poodle cross) who would take food out of your hand while you weren't looking. But she was so gentle that often you didn't notice! She'd also eat off a fork.

She had a particular hatred of my cellphone though. One day I left it at home and the alarm on it went off (and kept going off). She managed to get it from the table, give it a jolly good chewing, and the bury it under a tree. Fortunately she didn't chew it enough to stop it working and I managed to find it by calling it... but... grrrr

In Topic: Finally Taking The Plunge

21 June 2011 - 03:35 PM

Wow, that's a major decision Sara... and well done you and your family for making it. It's hard to factor in the increased costs of some of the foods that you will need to change over, but keep at it. Your family will get used to the change in diet and soon those things that are so expensive to buy gluten free will be gone from your regular rotation and it will not be an issue at all. NZers are also not the couponers that those in the US seem to be... if we get a coupon it's for full priced items only and you can't combine it with specials or sales or use multiple coupons :(

Wishing you good luck in your ongoing quest for improved health.

In Topic: The Funny Pages - Tickle Me Elbow - The Original

21 June 2011 - 01:16 PM


Word for the day

In Topic: Rice Krispie Treat Report

21 June 2011 - 12:49 PM

Breakfast is whatever you eat at the start of the day... and yours actually contained a breakfast cereal... sounds perfect to me!

After only 2 hours sleep last night I kicked the day off with some home made chocolate pudding (the custard variety) made with 72% cocoa solids chocolate and lashings of cocoa... a little goes a looooong way ;)

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