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Member Since 30 Dec 2003
Offline Last Active Jan 19 2004 10:12 PM

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In Topic: Cornbreads and muffins

08 January 2004 - 10:50 PM

About the cornbread, i get the packaged kind from the gluten free pantry. i really like it but next time i wont make the muffins, just the loaf. All of my non-gluten-free relatives (everyone but me...im the only one on the diet) said they smelled really good. :P

In Topic: Losing Weight...

07 January 2004 - 10:57 PM

wow, thank for the advice...

Those peanut butter bars sound really good. Do you have any info on where i can get them? I love peanut butter and if it is really sweete that woul be good too.

before i was diagnosed i think i checked out the eating for your blood type and it actaully makes sense, but i didnt know it was "ok" to do that and gluten-free for celiac. i agree with the diets vs lifestyle and got used to saying diet with being on celiac. I havent even slightly gone off the diet.

But accidents do happen...horror story about that...i cooked the wrong kind of waffles one morning before school (rushing and i was excited, i had a tv appearance that morning with my choir, plus the packages are similiar) ate my waffles thinking wow these taste soo good. on the way down to the tv station i was like omg idont feel good but didnt think i was contaminated. (my reaction is to vomit between 2 and 3 hrs after ingesting gluten) i puke on the bus, then felt better. then down at the station were lined up, and i wasnt feeling good again, i run over to the trash can (in a dress and heels) slip on the tile floor puke all over myself (in front of my choir, the entire newstation, a few teachers.....) my dress was soaked i couldnt go on tv, and it was the most embarrassing event of my life. Thank you celiac... then i had to wait for my mom to pick me up, who immediately knew what was wrong. This was only a month ago...anyways, i wont be going off the diet but its definitely tempting, and seems like a "quick fix".

im not familiar with the gi index but i will check it out.
good luck withyour weight too.

thanks for the replies and suggestions. sry for the punctuation here its late and im a tenager so i cant really think. some of the "brain fog" that the other posts were talking about, lol. maybe i should tell my teachers that

In Topic: "the Itch I Don't Want To Talk About" Anal Itching

05 January 2004 - 10:28 PM

BOY am i glad someone else brought this up! I thought i was crazy and had cleanliness issues...im gonna try this and hope it works. Thanks :rolleyes:

In Topic: I Am 18 W/cd.

05 January 2004 - 10:18 PM

Thats really great that your friends are so understanding. Mine are pretty good after i remind them, but not before they offer me something. Some push it towards you and start to offer then their like oops sry nvm (and their honestly sry)
I still have problemswtih my dad understanding ("can you have oats?" no dad, -gee i guess its too difficult after 1 and half year...)

I still dont know anyone either which makes me feel more like a freak, but hearing other peoples stories helps and sounds familiar...Im not in college so im not dealing with that yet but im considering going somewhere close to here so i can live at home. Seems easier. Right now my problem is traveling! I go on trips with school and have 3 big ones coming up! The last trip was pretty bad i came home and practically binged, no food with and nutritional value for 5 days, (not to mention no private bathroom) :( My next trip is to New york for a week, then cali with my family. If anyone has any suggestions how to travel (without looking too wierd) i would greately appreciate it! :unsure:

In Topic: I'm 14 And Need Snacks!

05 January 2004 - 10:07 PM

OOO!! make rice krispies with fruity or cocoa pebbles (or other cereal)
trail mix and mixed nuts (dont eat them every day, im sick of them after doing that...)
gluten-free yogurt
cheese crisps (white corn tortilla shells-mission brand even says gluten free on it!)
fruit (can be a pain in the butt, but try canned, pineapple and pears are good)
gluten-free cokies of course
tapioca (kozy shack brand specifies gluten-free)
hope that holds you over for a littel while :P

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