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Member Since 20 Sep 2005
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In Topic: Port St Lucie & Fort Lauderdale, Fl

27 February 2008 - 03:37 PM

Anyone have any recommendations for Port St Lucie or Ft Lauderdale, FL?
We're going next week to take in a couple of Spring Training games.

Hey there,

I'm going to PSL this wknd! I dont know any specifically gluten-free places but i do know i am going to a place in Palm Beach Gardens one night called Seasons 52 - it is supposed to be a "healthy" restaurant so i'm sure they can accommodate. Other than that, i plan on going to Publix and stocking up on snacks, as i'm sure i cant eat anything at the ballparks.

Have fun - i love spring training!

Oh and go mets :)

In Topic: Reunion Day - First Day Of Winter

23 December 2007 - 11:34 AM

To those who have been away from this forum for a while (months, years) just wanted to let you know you are missed and let us know how you are doing, what you've been up to, etc.

Happy Holidays
Merry Christmas
Happy New Year
Blessings on you and yours now and in the New Year

Aww, thanks Deb - I definitely fall under the category of those who disappeared for a while... it's definitely a sign that I've adjusted to the diet but I have learned so much from you guys and just wanted to say thanks to everyone that helped me get to where i am with this diet. Maybe when things quiet down a little for me i'll be able to post more regularly again. In the meantime...


In Topic: Ny Timies Health Page

08 May 2007 - 07:50 PM

I thought it was a good article. I liked that they addressed the fact that some people are using it to lose weight when they don't have the disease, that testing isn't accurate if you've gone gluten-free, the last quote about it not being so bad to go gluten-free. Yes, there are some things they could have added and I wasn't too excited about gluten-free being a "fad", but I don't expect one article to contain everything - it would be twenty pages long! They packed a lot of info into this relatively short article.

Funny, i laughed when they talked about using the diet to lose weight because you cant eat twinkies - i for one ate healthy before the diet and now i eat much more sugar, carbs, etc. b/c the gluten-free substitutes are simply not as healthy as their gluten-filled counterparts. I didn't love the tone of the article - i was thinking that if i didnt know anything about gluten i would have thought it was some weird fad or something. The writer seemed to think that people are blaming gluten for everything, when really i think a bigger problem is the lack of knowledge about gluten.

But, publicity is publicity. Great to see gluten in the times!

In Topic: Gluten Free At Yankee Stadium

22 April 2007 - 05:58 PM

FYI - the Carvel at Yankee stadium and shea are gluten-free...had some today at Shea :)

I have also had the popcorn without any problems (at both places). And the shelled peanuts. those are the only foods i will eat at either place though. Actually, today i also had a fruit salad because apparently you can order it from the good seats - who knew?!

In Topic: Bonefish Grill

15 April 2007 - 02:55 PM

Stefi: What is the location of this Bonefish restaurant?

This was the one in FL - it is in between Jupiter and Palm Beach, dont remember the exact location, maybe Palm Beach Gardens?

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