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Vladimir Gluten

Member Since 27 Jun 2006
Offline Last Active Dec 21 2006 09:14 PM
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Posts I've Made

In Topic: What Do You Do?

02 October 2006 - 07:04 PM

It's rather simple. Your dietary restrictions are not their problem. You (and only you) are responsible for what you eat. So, eat before you go. Or, just have a diet coke if you can't find something you are sure of.

They want to go out with you, so go out. Don't make things a hassle or they'll stop asking.


Next time, ask them out to a restaurant that has gluten-free items on the menu.

In Topic: Ever Want To Shake Your Spouse?

02 October 2006 - 06:54 PM

Just to chime in here:

Moving on.

In Topic: Need A Soy Free, Dairy Free Milk Replacer.

10 September 2006 - 05:56 PM

But what does it taste like!? I suspect I may have a problem with soy, and I would still like to have things like cereal and creamer.



Try water on your cereal. Really.

In Topic: Why Are So Many Of Us Still Not Feeling Well?

27 August 2006 - 08:51 PM

Hi Everyone,
I am very happy that I found this board and am grateful to be learning so much information! One thing that I am glad to have discovered is that other people are going through what I am going through--that you do not necessarily feel completely well (much much better, of course, but not completely healed) after being on the gluten free diet for years. Now I am sure that most will agree that the diet does dramatically improve your life. I will never forget how sick I felt prior to finally being diagnosed with Celiac at age 25. I went years and years and from doctor to doctor trying to figure out my bowel issues and mind-boggling fatigue. However, I am curious if there is more to Celiac? I am curious about any research being done to explain other ailments and diseases that Celiacs often have. Now I went undiagnosed for 25 years so I know a lot of my problems (hypothyroid, osteoporosis, chronic fatigue...) are a result of eating gluten for so long. However, I initially felt much better and had much more energy once gluten free. Now I am starting to react to all sorts of foods and have fatigue issues again. I know that I am not being glutened and I have eliminated problem foods, but I am still curious as to why I am having problems 3 years after beginning the diet? I just feel that there has to be more to Celiac. Any thoughts or research links?
Thanks!
-Noelle


Perhaps exercise is the answer? You did not mention this.

In Topic: Celiac Girl Goes On A Date

25 August 2006 - 11:24 AM

Do guys really propose on the second or third date??????



A friend of mine did and has been happily married for 13 years. He just knew.



Now, for the most part, that is not a good idea.