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Member Since 08 Mar 2006
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In Topic: So Sick; Please Help!

04 April 2011 - 04:07 PM

Thanks guys for all your suggestions. For the last week and 1/2, I have been eating very plain/blan foods. (ex. creamed potatoes, soup) Before that, I was eating a Yoplait yogurt for breakfast and a Vans gluten-free waffle, a sandwich with UDI's bread with Hillshire farm gluten-free meat, and usually homemade spaghetti or vegetables at dinner. I have been very careful. No, I haven't changed any brands of anything. Today, I ate a YoPlus Yogurt for breakfast and did fine; an hour 1/2 later I ate a plain Van's gluten-free waffle and got terribly sick before I could even finish it. I had to leave work. BTW, I work for attorneys, and as we all know they aren't very sympathetic. I called my Doctor today and he is going to work me in tomorrow. I am just miserable. I am truly hoping for some cures from you guys so that I will know where to start. Being sick for so long has gotten me almost depressed and I just don't know what else to do. Thanks in advance for your help/suggestions.

In Topic: Sugar Sensitive?

01 April 2011 - 04:49 PM

Not sure if this will help, but I can sometimes tell a difference when I have too much sugar. I am a southern girl, which means sweet tea, so I call definitely tell a difference when I have too much tea and sweets. I try to stay away from it, but it is hard to resist.

Hope that helps!

In Topic: Please Help :(

01 April 2011 - 04:19 PM

Yeah, I had an Endoscopy when they diagnosed me and it wasn't bad at all. They knocked me out and I never knew when it was over. Good luck. I hope you get better; I am not feeling so well myself. :-(

In Topic: Jason's Deli

24 September 2010 - 10:28 AM

I have to agree on Jason's Deli. We have one here in Montgomery, AL and I eat there at least once a week now so I can get my gluten-free sandwich. They take great care wtih it also! According to the girl working the register, they have had a good response to the gluten-free sandwiches, so I hope that means they will be keeping them!

In Topic: Gluten Free Bisquick At Publix

09 July 2010 - 09:57 AM

I found it at the Publix in Prattville, AL. It was $4.50 + a box, but was well worth it. I made pancakes with it and they tasted just like the ones made with "real" bisquick. Also made a cobbler with the crust that rises from the bottom and it was awesome! I bought it a few weeks ago and already need to get another box. I highly recommend it and don't mind paying a little more for something that I am able to buy at a regular store like that.

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