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Member Since 05 Mar 2006
Offline Last Active Mar 06 2014 06:57 PM

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In Topic: Rice Is Making Us Sick!

06 March 2014 - 06:57 PM

Make sure not to eat white rice.   Go with brown.   Its easier on the stomach because it contains fiber.    Also look for sprouted rice.   You wont find it in many stores, and unfortunately not at all in Walmart.    Truroots is a good brand of sprouted brown rice.   Sprouted rice will be much easier on the stomach than unsprouted.




My 7 year old was diagnosed with celiac disease in September then shortly after both my husband and I where diagnosed. We have done a pretty good job of getting all the gluten out of our house. We have two other children that were not diagnosed so to keep costs down we let them have regular bread but that is about is for gluten in my house. We do not get really sick when glutened but we do notice some stomach problems. I have been using rice a lot for about a week and the 3 of us started having problems I stopped for about 4 days and we started to feel better then I tried rice again and we all were sick the next day. My question is, is there a rice brand out there that anyone has used often with out problems? We were using Wal-Mart's brand. Also we use gluten free soy sauce other then that no other sauce my kids like plain rice.

In Topic: Constant Unsettled Stomach No Matter What

12 January 2014 - 05:09 PM

i was under the impression that when you eat gluten free you will have regular stool and normal bowel movements..... and notice when your about to need to go toilet.


it isn't always so simple.   Try reducing your diet back to the basics and really see from there what upsets your stomach and what doesnt.   For example, starting tomorrow just eat meat.   Plain meat.   Hamburger, no ketchup, no seasoning, no bun, no gluten free bun, no lettuce, no onion.    Eat one for breakfast lunch and dinner.    Feel okay?    The next day you can add potato.    Just plain baked potato.    no toppings, no salt, no chives, nothing.    Add literally one thing at a time back to your diet and see what the tipping point is for you.   

In Topic: What Do You Recommend For Digestive Enzymes And Probiotics?

04 January 2014 - 08:13 PM

BioK+.   Rice or Soy is best for starting out.    The dairy version has a strange consistency that might turn off a newbie in my experience. 

In Topic: Aricept For Celiac-Induced Neuro Symptoms?

04 January 2014 - 08:07 PM

I'm your age and had similar symptoms at diagnosis many years ago.   My advice is hold off on the medication.   Optimize your diet while you are not on any medication that might also alter how your brain feels.     You won't know what that is for a few months at least.     Doing this will be the best way for you to figure out which foods work for you and which don't.   Eat the most natural diet possible.   Paleo, no sugar, nothing processed.    Try BioK+ for a probiotic, soy or rice if you can find it.     Don't eat things that would put any stress on your body, including processed foods, processed sugars, caffeine.


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