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Kay's Naturals Cinnamon Flavored Almond Filled Protein Gluten-Free Cookie Bites


Kay's Naturals makes snacking healthy, and they have done it yet again. The leader of high-protein, gluten-free snacks has come out with another delicious product. Cinnamon flavored, almond butter-filled Cookie Bites by Kay's Naturals, is a scrumptious bite sized cookie snack that tastes good right out of the box, or poured in a bowl with your favorite milk. Kay's Cinnamon Cookie Bites are light, flaky and crunchy all rolled into one full-flavored bite. The almond flavor is subtle and not over-powering, and each bite is coated with just the right amount of cinnamon, so it stay's flavorful (and crunchy) in milk.

Not only are Kay's all natural Cookie Bites tasty, they're healthy too. Kay's Cookie Bites are made with all natural ingredients; no GMO ingredients are used  to make Kay's products. Each serving comes with ten grams of protein (the protein equivalent of two eggs), three grams of fiber, and zero cholesterol. So if you are looking to build muscles, lose weight, or simply munch on something yummy and healthy, then  these snacks are for you.

Kay's Cookie Bites come in one ounce or five ounce bags, making them  ideal for keeping a large box in your pantry, and  popping some single serve bags into your purse or backpack for an on-the-go snack. Kay's snacks are low in sugar, only three grams per serving, and  as a bonus, they are also low glycemic ( for those watching their sugar intake), making these high-protein snacks a great addition to your child's lunch box, or as an after-school snack.

Kay's batch tests all of their products for gluten-free, so you can enjoy your snacks worry-free.

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Thanks that's good to hear it gets better getting myself familiar with the diet as well ??

Above is some great suggestions, read the 101 if you have not already and toss all your gluten items, clean out everything and make a safe living environment. I would as mentioned start off on a whole foods only diet, fresh vegetables, and meats cooked in water into stews in a crock pot are really easy to digest and can mixed up in various ways. Using crockpot liners will makes this easy clean up as well. I suggest new utensils, get rid of any scratched glass, teflon, or metal wares you have that could harbor gluten. Most plastic plates, bowls, etc will have to go. I suggest freezer paper for prep surfaces for clean work surface and easy clean up. Clean out your drawers, cubbards, fridge freezer, making sure to clean handles also. I might suggest drawer organizers to keep any think new you get from getting old crumbs, residue from the drawer on them. Go through your spices, and sauces toss anything not gluten-free. Your condiments in jars need to go, crumbs/residue from forks, knifes, spoons put them has contaminated them. Also remove dairy as mentioned it causes alot of issues for us and go easy on spices for a while just salt and pepper for a bit. There are many other things we can help with around here if you need brand to trust etc. Feel free to ask about anything your having issues with.

Welcome, Caro! As I told another poster (Gertrude) the other day, no other disease but Celiac Disease will cause a positive EMA. Why is it that many docs don't seem to grasp this? As for your tTg/IgA numbers falling a bit, thyroid disease will also affect that particular test. So, if your thyroid function has improved since the first testing you had done, that could account for the lower tTg number. I also have both Celiac and Hashi's so my advice comes from experience, not from a medical degree. May I ask you how they treated your thyroid without thyroid hormone or surgery? I find it odd that someone would recommend surgery when that is what you do for Graves Disease or hyper thyroid, as it is often called. You say that your thyroid function improved but with Hashi's, that usually does not happen without using thyroid hormone. If you are new to Hashi's thyroid disease, then the gluten free diet may help to the point where you do not need thyroid hormone. Mine was too far gone from long undiagnosed Celiac so I am on hormone replacement for life. Not a bad thing......I am glad they have good replacement hormone choices. BTW...I do not take synthetic hormone like Synthroid. I use natural thyroid hormone which contains both T3 and T4 hormone. Worked much better for me. Lastly, both Hashi's thyroid disease and PCOS are often seen with undiagnosed Celiac. Both are associated conditions so your other health issues are clues to the whole picture. Good luck with the docs but from what I have read here, you sound like a bona fide Celiac to me!

You'll get better, but be patient with yourself. I was diagnosed in November and was lucky to not have very many symptoms yet, as I caught it early. But, that said, it still took about 6 months to feel like my gluten free diet was even doing any good. I'm still tired a lot, but I have two kids and run a non-profit. I have bad anxiety and hoped that would decrease after my diagnosis but it's gotten worse - which tells me that gluten wasn't the culprit. Don't eat out. At all. Try to eat as healthy as you can. Eggs, unprocessed meats, nuts, fruits and veggies are your friends for now. I agree with cyclinglady about dairy. I still go easy on that. I can do yogurt and cheese, but I'm still taking it easy on milk. Lean on the people on here for support because they're pros. There's a huge learning curve with the diet, but you'll get the hang of it. Do lots of research and be patient. It just takes time.

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