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Can someone point me to some posts on keeping foodlogs please?

I'm half dead right now from being glutened today and can't really think of any keywords to make searches for it.

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You can do a search for food diary.

When you are keeping one you need to write down every single thing that goes into your mouth.

Medicines

Food and drink and how much

candy and chewing gum

toothpastes

anything that passes through your lips should go down on paper. Then I always write how I am feeling so that I can look back and maybe pinpoint something. Do this for a while and hopefully you will pick out a pattern in your eating or find a hidden source of gluten. Good Luck!! Feel free to post the list here if you are needing some help picking out the culprit. People are more than willing to go through the list for you.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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Can someone point me to some posts on keeping foodlogs please?

I'm half dead right now from being glutened today and can't really think of any keywords to make searches for it.

Are you talking about finding lists of foods that are gluten free? If so, try reading some of the entries on this site, Google GIG or go to Clan Thompson and download their Celiac Food Smart Lists. I know of other sites (ones that post brand names are good), but unfortunately I have to go to work now. :(

I'll check back later to see if this is on the right track.

Cindy

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angel is on the right track, however what form of paper am I supposed to do this on? And how in depth does it have to be? Like when I make something with 20 some odd ingredients, do I have to enter every ingredient? Or if I make a pizza with dough from home, and ingredients from work what do I do? Is said diary a binder with one page per day? A pocketsized thing?

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angel is on the right track, however what form of paper am I supposed to do this on? And how in depth does it have to be? Like when I make something with 20 some odd ingredients, do I have to enter every ingredient? Or if I make a pizza with dough from home, and ingredients from work what do I do? Is said diary a binder with one page per day? A pocketsized thing?

Whatever works best for you. I personally find myself at a computer almost all day long, so i prefer to do it online. When i first went gluten-free, i used the Notepad on my yahoo account, so i could access it from any computer by logging into my email. Another site you can try is Sparkpeople.com. Its a nutrition site and you can enter in everything you eat.

It has to be as in depth as you need it to be. I mean, if you make something and have the recipe, you dont necessarily need to write them down, you can always refer back to the recipe if necessary. But if you make pasta w/ tomato sauce and put vegetables and cheese on it, i would write all those things down, not just "pasta"...does that help?

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