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thumper

Anyone From Green Bay Wisconsin Out There ?

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Hey Green Bay Wisconsin,

I am looking for some friends in our area that would like to exchange emails and share our triumphs and trials as I feel quite alone with this.

Looking forward to hearing from as many of you as possible.

Thumper

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We are. :) I don't think Green Bay is a very gluten free friendly community is it?

Anyway, my husband went gluten free at the end of December and so did my 13 yr old. Husband last week reintroduced gluten back in and is finally seeing symptoms return...so he'll be back gluten free again soon I believe. My daughter has ADHD and has been having joint pain and stiffness for 2 yrs...since going gluten free it all went away :). Hoping the gluten free helps her ADHD as well. So I'm cooking gluten free but I personally am not gluten free...but mostly am..LOL.

I'd love to discuss meals and gluten free shopping and eating out in this area. It sometimes does get difficult.

Hope you are doing well.

Carecare

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Hey Green Bay Wisconsin,

I am looking for some friends in our area that would like to exchange emails and share our triumphs and trials as I feel quite alone with this.

Looking forward to hearing from as many of you as possible.

Thumper

websterenglish1134@yahoo.com :D

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Hello I am from Little Chute. Havent been on in a while. I am Gluten Free and soon to be Dairy and Nut free. I am feeling pretty low about it today. I am not as upset about the nuts as the Dairy. Since July 1 going gluten free I have added a lot more dairy into my diet...as if that was possible. I am looking for people in the area as well. I found a GREAT source of information in an Appleton store. They sell a lot of gluten free as the owners both have celiacs and they supply me w/ tons of valuable info.

My name is Jody and hope to hear from you!

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hi thumper,

i'm not from green bay, but i'm a packers fan since childhood as my uncle is from there...does that count? ;)

no matter where we live, i think we can still provide support to each other through these boards. it's why i joined! a gluten-free diet is virtually unheard of here in Holland, land of bread and beer. lucky for me, there's good cheese here at least.

best wishes,

janel

Hey Green Bay Wisconsin,

I am looking for some friends in our area that would like to exchange emails and share our triumphs and trials as I feel quite alone with this.

Looking forward to hearing from as many of you as possible.

Thumper

websterenglish1134@yahoo.com :D

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We are. :) I don't think Green Bay is a very gluten free friendly community is it?

Anyway, my husband went gluten free at the end of December and so did my 13 yr old. Husband last week reintroduced gluten back in and is finally seeing symptoms return...so he'll be back gluten free again soon I believe. My daughter has ADHD and has been having joint pain and stiffness for 2 yrs...since going gluten free it all went away :). Hoping the gluten free helps her ADHD as well. So I'm cooking gluten free but I personally am not gluten free...but mostly am..LOL.

I'd love to discuss meals and gluten free shopping and eating out in this area. It sometimes does get difficult.

Hope you are doing well.

Carecare

ccasimir@new.rr.com

Carecare,

My mom is comming to visit and she has Celiac Disease. If you could direct me in a place to shop for her I would appreciate it. She will be here the 13th of June so the sooner I can find a place the better off we'll both be. Thank you so much.

Jac

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