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Member Since 10 Jun 2012
Offline Last Active Dec 01 2012 05:40 PM

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In Topic: Comfort Food?

01 December 2012 - 05:36 PM

Thanks -- boiled potatoes is a good idea. Homemade chicken soup could work, too. I like eating spicy sometimes when I'm sick (particularly if I have a cold) but not when my stomach is feeling off.

In Topic: What"s In Your Smoothie ?

01 December 2012 - 11:50 AM

Frozen mangoes from Trade Joe's (the best brand)
About 1 inch of fresh ginger (good for stomach aches) chopped
1 banana
Warm water

Blend extra long to make sure the ginger gets chopped up well.

In Topic: Gluten Free Products Make Me Sick?

27 November 2012 - 06:11 AM

Good point. There are flours and other things, such as xanthan gum, in gluten-free goods that are not typically found in other food products.

Yeah, I think the xanthan gum makes me ill, too. Which makes me wonder why I own a $10 bag of it. :(

In Topic: First Class Gluten Free Meal On Delta

23 November 2012 - 11:35 AM

I, too, had a good experience with Delta international. But, I must say Alitalia was the best. They served some Sharr products that I have never seen in the States. And, another advantage is that you get served first. We're special. :D

That's funny, because I just flew Alitalia from Rome to Amsterdam, and it was horrible! LOL. But my suitcase was packed full of Scharr products, so I shouldn't complain. :)

In Topic: Rebound Effect?

10 June 2012 - 07:31 AM

It happens. It's common to have a stronger reaction after going gluten-free than you had before going gluten-free. That's why so many refuse & simply can not tolerate glutening themselves for testing after they had already gone gluten-free.

Thanks for the reply. I had been holding out hope that I wasn't gluten intolerant, but my reaction lately has me thinking I need to start coming to terms with it.

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