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Persei V.

Member Since 19 Aug 2012
Offline Last Active Jan 22 2013 01:58 AM

#841128 Help With Rotation Diet And Food Sensitivities

Posted by on 05 December 2012 - 12:22 PM

That's basically what I do. Rotating things doesn't make me intolerant to anything and in the end, I am able to add some foods back in.
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#828421 What Do You Want To Tell Your Friends And Family About Living Gluten Free?

Posted by on 09 October 2012 - 04:11 AM

No, I don't do photosynthesis. I eat while I am at home.
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#825950 "special" Foods And A Celiac Mindset

Posted by on 28 September 2012 - 04:40 AM

Yes. I though my foods were special and all that jazz until I stopped to think only three items at my house have gluten in them. Everything I eat is not "special", it's normal. Only that I can't eat other things also considered normal.

I feel a lot more alien about my diet when I am at school (because I don't eat at all there) and people are always eating cookies and foods with gluten and/or dairy, but it doesn't bother me. My diet keeps me healthy, so people can mock me all they want. :P
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#822158 Getting Worse

Posted by on 07 September 2012 - 01:34 PM

I'm with the "virus" theory here. Two weeks and getting sicker by the minute means it's something you cannot heal like it is when the small intestines are damaged by gluten. Seeing a doctor, though, would be the best thing to do.
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#818632 I Need To Change The Way I Feel About Food....

Posted by on 19 August 2012 - 04:25 PM

Well, you are trying, so that's really nice. Since this is my first post here, I'm going to say I'm 15, diagnosed with gluten and lactose intolerance. I knew about the lactose since I was nine (but I had it ever since I was a baby, so I spent nine years of my life sick) and developed gluten intolerance recently (roughly 6 months). My mom didn't think it was a serious disease, and would go away soon, and did not believe gluten is a sneaky bastard which can creep up on foods. I started to go anorexic.

Still now, with my mom's support, my relationship with food isn't healthy and I know what your daughter feels, and having someone to support is... Is heaven, really. You are doing great for respecting her fears and soon she will come around, you'll see. ;)
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