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Member Since 12 Mar 2012
Offline Last Active May 01 2014 11:15 AM

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In Topic: Could There Be Something Else? (Long- Sorry)

23 April 2014 - 05:33 AM

Well, after having a discussion with her and her Dad, we (they) decided now was not the time to try eliminating all dairy.  It probably is the culprit.  We will restart the probiotics.  We had her on them the first year of being gluten free.  Compared to where we were, the gluten free diet has been nothing short of a miracle for her and us :) 


She says her stomach aches and other issues are not a big concern for her given how she felt before going gluten free.  If it gets to be a bigger issue, we will revisit.  Thanks for all your comments and suggestions!!!

In Topic: Could There Be Something Else? (Long- Sorry)

22 April 2014 - 09:43 AM

Thanks Stephanie.  That is a very good suggestion. I think that is where we should go next but the girl LOVES cheese in any and all forms. She will not be very happy. 


I have also been wondering about the FODMAPS diet.  I wonder if that would help her. 

In Topic: Help With Gerd/acid Reflux

10 September 2013 - 07:31 AM

We don't drink sodas and rarely give her orange juice because of the acid reflux.  She does not like spicy foods so that is not a culprit.  I do feel it is probably another food intolerance.  She eats lots of lactose free cheese - wonder if it could be casein?   She could also eat her weight in fruit.  Fructose could be another consideration.  She has had to give up so many of the foods she loves, I would hate for her to have to give up cheese and/or fruit.
She is underweight (50 lbs at age 10) and it is already a challenge to feed her with the gluten free and lactose free diet.    

In Topic: Help With Gerd/acid Reflux

27 August 2013 - 06:26 AM

Thanks everyone.  I will try some of the suggestions. 

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