Oh boy. Yeah.
My mom asked me just yesterday, if other celiacs were hungry.
And because I've been here, I can tell her, "yes!"
I'm just like all of you, whitling away all the foods and down to nothing until my body calms down.
I've lost half of the weight I gained at first. Oh well. It'll come back.
I can FEEL my system calming down.
Yeah, I'm ravinous.
I just eat a pound of a tested food. So what there's no flavor.
Now, I've built up a stockpile of them and can actually have 3 different foods on my plate for supper. Yay!
It's still pretty much twigs and berries during the day.
I might test egg whites this weekend. Maybe. I'd have to notify some people I'm accountable to before I do that. They know what's going on.
WE CAN DO THIS !!!
OTHERS HAVE GONE BEFORE US !!!
You all have been just great!
I read a bunch of stuff and applied it.
I had my first itchless night, in six years last week.
My food list has gotten tiny, tiny, but the symptoms are subsiding.
I can hardly believe it.
I haven't been glutened in about 4 weeks.
My bloating has diminished and I no longer feel like I'm being disemboweled.
Now, I just need to keep this up and slowly test individual foods.
Not really ready to test anything. Ouch.
I'm gonna keep coming back to learn!
I went down to rice, cucumber, and pear. This week I added banana.
I had the opportunity to deploy nationally, this summer, but I declined due to obvious health reasons.
I bought and packed gluten free food, just in case. It's been a very busy year in my field. I switched my prescriptions to Walgreens and keep my eye on my blood test dates.
As it is now, it would be very difficult to go into a downed infrastructure and remain well.