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joeessex

Member Since 21 Mar 2013
Offline Last Active Jul 30 2013 06:55 AM
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In Topic: Stomach Dosent Feel Right After Going gluten-free

27 March 2013 - 02:11 AM

My stomach feels strange and weird could it really be from taking away gluten

In Topic: Stomach Dosent Feel Right After Going gluten-free

26 March 2013 - 03:13 PM

Soy could definitely be a problem. It is for many of us. Shadow is right - skip the processed foods for a while and eat just whole foods - meat, veggies, fruit, and maybe some nuts. A good diet plan would be something like this:

 

Breakfast - eggs with melted cheese, a slice of ham, and if you need some carbs, plain white rice. (I like to melt the cheese into the rice, then shred the ham into it. I cook the eggs over easy and drop them on top and mix them in so the whole thing is covered with egg yolk. Yummy!) 

 

Mid-morning snack - an avocado or piece of fruit.

 

Lunch - a salad with shredded meat and egg. You can top it with the mayo mixed with a bit of garlic and black pepper, or better yet, some rice vinnegar and olive oil.

 

Afternoon snack - a handful of nuts.

 

Dinner - Some roasted chicken with sweet potato and broccoli.

 

Evening snack - a piece of fruit or another handful of nuts.

 

I'm a lousy and lazy cook so I tend to make a lot of whatever I'm cooking so there'll be plenty of leftovers. I ziplock them into individual servings and pop them in the micro when it's mealtime.

thanks for the advice i love rice and haven't eaten any yet some good food ideas there i will defo stay off the processed foods is cheese ok or will the dairy/lactose be too much for me cheers joe  


In Topic: Alcohol Making Me Feel Ill Every Week

24 March 2013 - 12:55 PM

What type of alcohol are you drinking?

Brut wine or mangers cider thanks

In Topic: New To This And Need Help

22 March 2013 - 06:11 AM

Resume eating gluten and go to the doctor for a blood test.  I definitely sound like you are intolerant.  If you don't feel you need an "official" diagnosis, stop eating gluten 100% - be careful of even the smallest amounts and cross contamination.  

 

I had many of your symptoms.  Most were gone within a week, some took a little longer.  Now if I accidentally have gluten - even the tiniest amount, I am sick for days.  It can take weeks for me to get back to normal.  I don't make mistakes often.

 

Good luck to you.

 

Cara

 

 

Resume eating gluten and go to the doctor for a blood test.  I definitely sound like you are intolerant.  If you don't feel you need an "official" diagnosis, stop eating gluten 100% - be careful of even the smallest amounts and cross contamination.  

 

I had many of your symptoms.  Most were gone within a week, some took a little longer.  Now if I accidentally have gluten - even the tiniest amount, I am sick for days.  It can take weeks for me to get back to normal.  I don't make mistakes often.

 

Good luck to you.

 

Cara

thanks Cara i am feeling better and better everyday the further away from gluten i get in time the greater i feel!   i am not going to eat nasty gluten and feel rubbish as far as i am concerned i have confirmed proof i am intolerant and i look forward to feeling great in my new lifestyle thanks : )