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Member Since 09 Mar 2012
Offline Last Active Feb 01 2013 12:40 AM

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In Topic: Grumpy, Anger Issues Pop Up...

30 January 2013 - 10:08 PM

Thank you for response, :) I feel bit better by knowing that I can continuing on gluten challenge and try to just take things easy. :wacko:

here to the challenge! :rolleyes: I am thinking of just do one meal of gluten and two meals of gluten free or i should shove lot of gluten as I can? :huh:

In Topic: Does This Sound Like Celiac Symptoms Please Help!

30 January 2013 - 12:15 AM

Suggestion is to get tested for full blood panel that can point out the lack of vitamins defienceires.(msp?) Plus stay on gluten and go get full celiac panel test. So you can see what is happening. those symptoms sound like celiac with some of food intolerances.

so sorry for so short post. I do get very tired after my meals if it have any kind of gluten in it. So it is possible that your body are try to telling you that it does not like gluten and they just shut down as well.

In Topic: Pity Party

24 January 2013 - 11:26 PM

Things will get better. It will not be always easy to deal with this.

I am still in progress of getting my family members and friends in tune with me about gluten free.

I made many errors in my judgements and get defeated by temptations that other people offered or eating in front of me. I just finally learned to stick to my guns and not budge then reward myself with gluten free treat by make it myself later on.

I just have to move on and try again and actually ingore and find my new favorite foods and start carry safe snack with me all the time in the case that my friends decided to drop in bakery or coffeehouse. so i won't tempted easily.

it is all about take the time to get thru this journey in the life.

In Topic: Progresso-Be Careful

24 January 2013 - 10:45 PM

I am soup lover, so does this letter from General Mills are stating that they cannot claiming that the gluten free soups are made on gluten free dedciated lines? it seem like they are just stating that it does not contain any gluten ingredients in the soup at all. But at same time, it is at your risk of try this products but they are not liabity for anything happens. It is pretty much at our risk of try this products without gettting General Mills in trouble. it is pretty much similar to Chex cereals that are supposely gluten free too From what I have been reading other threads for awhile, i noticed some celiacs are not able to tolerate chex cereals that are labeled gluten free too.

I find this since that is pretty hot topic about the products that the companies are trying to be more prompt to labeling allergns on their foods to make easier for those people that dont know how to read labels very carefully or those are try out the new fad diet which is Gluten free etc.

is it a false adversiting? or is it just encourage celiacs to buy their products because they labeled it gluten free?

i find that is very twisting in the way...

In Topic: New To This World, Question For The Long Timers Here

24 January 2013 - 10:06 AM

I felt same way and I sometimes think other people viewed me as one of those people that just decided to join the bandwagon to go gluten free diet due to all the frenzy that media or something like that bought it on. :mellow:

I kept repeated to everybody that auto, assuming that I am just do it for my weight loss program, which it is not true. <_< I am only do it to stop being sick often. NO more of heartburn or feel like lousy with fear of feel like ready to spit out whatever i just ate. :blink:

I have finally committed myself to 100% gluten free after New Year's day. i feel lot better and learned my lesson to always pack prepared if traveling to my sibling's house for holiday which is bring my own corn tornilllas, cereal, snacks, and crackers. Never again. :ph34r:

However, sorry for go off topic, back to the topic I would say those people will be oh let do the gluten free!!! then next week they would be stuffing their face in long varities of gluten stuff and cannot image live without them for rest of their lives. Anyway, think it like those old fad diets for examples, Atkins, South beach diet, etc Atkins diet that when my parents decided to do that and it end up bad since my dad have heart diease that can screw up easily by any kind of bad diets. his doctor requests him to do blood work every six months or so due to his artery clogging easily. doctor was shocked that his cholerstal went thru the roof. :o Doctor asked him about it and my dad admitted it was atkins diet he was try to do for few weeks. Doctor explained to him about it . so He stopped do that diet since we ate too much of pork products along Beef products than chicken and fish. All of you know that Pork and Beef is asking for the trouble rather than chicken and fish. :wacko:

Its sad but frenzy about gluten free diet will die off somehow but i think it might would stick around but at same time, i am not sure which companies would remaining faithful and still deciate gluten free lines for certain products? that would be something interesting to see in few years from now. ;)

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