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Pauliewog

Member Since 10 Feb 2012
Offline Last Active Sep 12 2014 08:37 PM
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Posts I've Made

In Topic: How Did You Heal Your Gut? Besides Giving Up Gluten...

11 September 2014 - 05:07 AM

When I went gluten-free I struggled with what to eat. Then on the forum here I read about Paleo and Mark's Daily Apple. It wasn't until I started eating that way that I started to feel better. I eat all whole foods that I prepare myself. Any sweets (except for chocolate) I make myself. Any baked goods I make myself. Nothing processed other than the raw ingredients I need to make things. My meals center around a lot of vegetables with a bit of meat/fish. I do eat rice sometimes and I eat rice crackers every now and then.


In Topic: Tea Recommendations

10 September 2014 - 11:19 PM

I LOVE Stash and their decaf Earl Gray. If the tea you are drinking is too bitter you might have the water too hot or leave the bag in too long. Genmaichai is brown rice tea and is fine. BUT do not buy mugi-cha. Mugi is wheat.


In Topic: My Hair Is A Mess From Gluten-Free Conditioners!

05 September 2014 - 03:59 PM

Have you tried argan oil? It is pure oil and can make your hair very soft and smooth. Key is to get the right amount. I put just a drop or two on my palms then rub it into my hands then onto my hair. If you get too much you'll end up very greasy looking!


In Topic: Flying And Travelling With Celiac And Hotels, Etc

03 September 2014 - 06:13 AM

I have an app on my iphone for cards. It has a pull down menu and you can choose a various languages. It's called gluten-free Restaurant Cards. Swedish is on there.


In Topic: Gluten-Free For The Entire Famly? When Members Can't/don't Want To Be...

12 August 2014 - 05:21 AM

My husband is as good as your 8 year old! I did as mentioned above and got my own peanut butter and put my name on the top of the jar so he knows not to use it! Basically, anything that I fear could be contaminated I make my own and label it. You could also get your own cutting boards and things that you use only. AND try to teach your daughter how to clean up/not make crumbs.