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Newbie Survival Kit

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After 3 years of this, I have put together a large zip file of lists and articles that are very helpful to the newly diagnosed celiac.

If you are interested in having a copyof this survival kit e-mailed to you

PLEASE E-MAIL ME AT nisla@comcast.net

in the subject line put "Request Newbie Survival Kit"

this is a large file and it's just helpful stuff I have compiled over the past three years. It includes the Delphi list and several Restaurant menus, School supplies, Candy, articles, information that you can print out and share with others to help explain this diet and the reason for it.

If you have a cable modem it will be a fairly quick download, but if you are on dial up, be prepared to let it sit for a while!

disclaimer:

I did not come up with this info all by myself, I've compiled it with the help of other helpful celiacs over the past two years, and it's all been helpful to me. Also, this file is just a guideline, as always you will need to make your own decision on what works for you and what doesn't.

also, it's a zip file so you will need a program like pk unzip to open it... or any program that opens up archived files.

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Request has been sent. Golly so many great folks here.

I can see the headlines now.....

Scientists Discover New Symptom of celiac disease: Extreme Kindness & Generosity!

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I can see the headlines now.....

Scientists Discover New Symptom of celiac disease: Extreme Kindness & Generosity!

That is all I have recieved.....except from doctors <_<

I love everyone here! It is such an amazing website :D

Amanda NY

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Request has been sent. Golly so many great folks here.

I can see the headlines now.....

Scientists Discover New Symptom of celiac disease: Extreme Kindness & Generosity!

it's my pleasure to help... I relied on the kindess and generosity of others when I was first dx'ed too...

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nini...how kind of you..I wish someone offered this to me last month. your always so helpful

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:):):) That is really cool. I sure wished that I had that in August. I know that it will be a great help to all the newly diog. Kinda pay it forward. Very cool. Thank you for your time to do this.

Lisa

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not a newb but still could be helpfull, i dont need the delphi lists though but anything else is kewl

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Lister, I thought I already sent you this... But maybe it was just the delphi lists... I'll send it again.

What is the Delphi list?

And would this survival kit be good for a Canadian? :)

I suppose so, just e-mail me at nisla@comcast.net and in the subject put "request newbie survival kit" and I'll send it... and you can judge for yourself if it's useful for a Canadian...

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Nisla, I am a New Zealander, (have only been diagnosed since February) so not too sure how much of the kit would be useful, but would like to have it sent to me.

The gluten free forum has been a life saver and wonderful to follow, and I am getting to feel I know quite a few of you all.

Your picture is a bit scary, but hey you obviously have a heart of gold. And when I see your picture with your piece of advise it is comforting.

I must admit that when first diagnosed, I thought coeliac would be a piece of cake, and that with everybody saying to watch this and watch that, I thought they were being a bit too severe. But hey, everybody was right, and I do have to be that careful. I never would've thought I would 've been so sensitive. Most of my immediate family have cast iron stomachs, and I was so used to having quite good health, apart from the diahrea. But now I have arrived here to where any little bit of gluten manages to keep me grounded for a few days, it is quite scary.

This sight is proving to me that I am now on the right track for me, trying to eliminate all manufactured products, and start mostly from scratch. I don't need the treats, as they are not always weight friendly, and I do carry a bit of excess weight. But sometimes I tend to push the boundaries, and that is when I get unstuck, and get to know the loo intimately again, but I am determined to get past that.

I'm quite proud to say, last night was my first dining out in a restuarant for a few months, it was my 49th birthday, and I am happy to say, I survived without any reactions what-so-ever, but I did push boundaries, luckily nothing untoward happened.

Thanks again Nisla.

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Bump. Do not need the kit. Just trying to help all those other newbies out there who may be looking for answers.

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Kaycee, I got your e-mail, you should have the kit by now... thanks for your comments!

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