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Member Since 13 Mar 2012
Offline Last Active Apr 18 2012 02:54 PM

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In Topic: Acid Reflux & Vitamins

30 March 2012 - 09:53 AM

I think a self test is if food sits in your stomach, too little acid. Other than that I don't know.

As far as how long to take vitamins - did you have your levels tested? Mine tested low and I'm testing every 6-4 months.

Whey is milk protein. Do you need protein? Can you eat meat or beans?

Well I am told that I need the Whey powder as I am deficient in proteins ands I am not absorbing enough nutrients. I do eat red meat twice a week. The beans not so much, I am trying to get into the taste of them but yuck....

In Topic: Acid Reflux & Vitamins

29 March 2012 - 03:38 PM


Has anyone noticed an increase of acid reflux with gluten intolerance ? Also to help with the vitamin defiencies is a Pure Whey a good thing to utilize ? Also any idea how long you would take the Vitamin B & D replacements ???

Have a good day.

Bob B)

Thanks for the input I will try the milk, has anyone heard of a test to see if you have to much or to little acid ?

In Topic: Lot's Of Questions Very New To This .

17 March 2012 - 06:51 AM

Good Morning,

Thanks again for the information I will look check out all the information. I notice that you recommend to stop dairy products do most people with Wheat & Gluten intolerance have Lactose issues ? I am trying Metagenics Metagest for the stomach and SISU Super B complex for the anxiety. Hope they work it,s only been three days.


In Topic: Lot's Of Questions Very New To This .

16 March 2012 - 04:39 PM


Thanks for the reply, A lot to learn. Have you experienced anxiety and unbalance with your intolerance. Have you tried acupuncture to help ?


In Topic: Lot's Of Questions Very New To This .

13 March 2012 - 04:00 PM

Hi Bob,

Welcome to the forums. After 4 weeks, you should be feeling somewhat better I'd suspect.

Were you having those same issues before going gluten-free? Or are these new issues? Plus, it's possible that you're dealing with CC (cross-contamination). More details on whether you're in a gluten-free environment at work or home, and whether you are eating more processed foods vs whole single-ingredient foods would be helpful to help pinpoint possible issues.

Hi Thanks for responding,

Before it was identified that I was intolerant (to Gluten) I did have a lot of pain in my lower abdomen for about a year, after many visits to doctors and specialists, my Naturopath identified the intoloerance four weeks ago. I also experienced many periods of wobblieness and axiety.

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