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Thesmophoria > Hemochromatosis + Fructose-Free, Gluten-Free Diet = Fun Times

Posted 13 February 2013

I'm a 35-year-old woman with hereditary hemochromatosis. I'm supposed to have zero problems til menopause, but in my 20s I had severe iron overload.  

After the bloodlettings, things went along OK. But now I'm diagnosed celiac and gluten-free...and my celiac anemia tendencies are removed, allowing the iron free rein in my system.  It's...

Thesmophoria > Celiact: A Brief Experiment

Posted 31 December 2012

I tried Celiact this week.  For two and a half days only -- and then I had to stop.

It seemed like a great idea.  It has a ton of stuff in it, all of which I was taking separately and some of which I had on order and didn't have access to. I don't have anywhere to buy gluten-free vitamins, since I live in Japan and they aren't very...

Thesmophoria > Cheese Requiem

Posted 23 December 2012

I've lost cheese!  

I put two and two together and am now on a two-week casein elimination diet.  HOLY COW.  It's day 4.  (On day 2, my rennet arrived in the mail.  It was a sad day.)

I just made a dinner for my husband and me that took an army of hands.  There was my gluten-free pasta, his gluten-ful pasta, my homemade meatballs with fennel...

Thesmophoria > gluten-free Starter Kit Arrived, Rocky Start

Posted 12 December 2012

Everything I ordered when I went gluten-free arrived in a heap in the mail today.  We have a slow boat from the States, and none of this is available locally that I can tell.  I got my freeze-dried probiotics, my medical powder for leaky gut, and my gluten-free jerky.  I already have digestive enzymes.

The probiotics seemed great.  I mean, no problems...

Thesmophoria > Breaking My Fast

Posted 11 December 2012

I haven't been able to eat normal food without problems for as long as I can remember.  The problems used to be worse, but I unconsciously identified some as causing me a problem.  I have always been a picky eater.

Today I tried to eat normal food for lunch with digestive enzymes, for the first time.  Normally now the problems I have when I eat is that...

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