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Member Since 24 Jun 2012
Offline Last Active Jul 10 2014 06:36 PM

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In Topic: Weird Question But-Mosquito Bites?

29 August 2013 - 06:49 AM

I have noticed that as well. Also before gluten-free, if I had cuts or scratches on my hands and got cutting fluid on them from work, they would hive up. Now it doesn't bother me. I also had allergy induced asthma that went away.

In Topic: So Confused! Milk, Dairy, Casein?

03 June 2013 - 02:46 PM

After I went gluten free, I had to avoid dairy for about a year. Even lactose free milk gave me problems.  Now I can have some dairy like real chedder cheese because it is very low on lactose and gluten free ranch dressing. Also I have found that it takes my body a week to rid itself of dairy, meaning that if I eat a little cheese everyday, by the end of the week, I start to have problems. Also, I can not eat butter in any amount and things with whey ( lots of lactose) like sour cream, ice cream, velveta, and dips. I also avoid greasy foods and spicy foods.

If I had a small cross contamination, I cannot have any dairy for a few weeks after. When I first went gluten free, things that had alot of sugar also did not agree. I have a local ice cream shop that has lactose free soft serve ice cream which is ok for me and I even can eat quite a bit of it. I personally think that until your body settles down, a wide variety of things can irritate your guts and if you can tolerate something iffy, don't eat it everyday.

Also, gluten-free homeade pizza can be troublesome for me if I really pig out. I think it is because of the combo of cheese and grease from pepperoni.

In Topic: Who Is Here From Minnesota?

28 February 2013 - 04:16 PM

14 miles from Minnesota. Polk county, Wisconsin. About two years gluten-free.

In Topic: Help My 9 Yr Old Is In Pain

28 February 2013 - 10:33 AM

I second Gottaski and Dairy always makes me have that burning feeling. Even small amounts of butter. But it could be a number of things.

In Topic: Drywall Repairs

11 February 2013 - 06:58 PM

I will be doing some remodeling soon and after reading this thread I contacted USG, the makers of Sheetrock Brand, about wheat being in their products. Specifically I asked about :

SHEETROCK® Brand Easy Sand™ Lightweight Setting-Type Joint Compounds
SHEETROCK® Brand All-Purpose Joint Compound
SHEETROCK® Brand Gypsum Panels

This was my reply:
"We do not use wheat in the production of any of our products. We do recommend wearing a dust mask when sanding any of our Joint Compounds though."


Chris Curtiss
Specialist/Service Improvement
Technical Support
550 West Adams St.
Chicago, IL 60661

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