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I have just been diagnosed with this disease, and i must say from all the diffrent posts, WOW. My symptons are very minor compared to some of these folks on here. I thought i just had IBS, but my doc had some blood tests done and it then showed up. Went shopping at Trader Joe's, very nice store, had a little hard time finding glutose free food, but managed through it all, man. Hey is cheese,mayo glutose free??? Bought many rice, potatoe, and corn meal type products, oh and trying this soy milk or rice milk that is Gluten-Free, hope it tastes good, lol.

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I have just been diagnosed with this disease, and i must say from all the diffrent posts, WOW. My symptons are very minor compared to some of these folks on here. I thought i just had IBS, but my doc had some blood tests done and it then showed up. Went shopping at Trader Joe's, very nice store, had a little hard time finding glutose free food, but managed through it all, man. Hey is cheese,mayo glutose free??? Bought many rice, potatoe, and corn meal type products, oh and trying this soy milk or rice milk that is Gluten-Free, hope it tastes good, lol.

Hey Bear and Welcome!!!

You have found a great place for great information.

I would begin your diet with fresh fruits, fresh veggies, meats, eggs, fish, rice and potato.

Milk is gluten free, but you might want to wait a couple of weeks before you try it again. And I would not try the Rice Milk or Rice Dream.

Eat simply for a few weeks.

Glucose should not be a concern, unless you have a problem with sugar and diabetes. Gluten is what most of us need to be aware of with Celiac or a Gluten Intolerance. I know, it's very confusing..... :blink:

Generally, Block cheese, mayo and dairy are gluten free.

Label Reading - Lesson #2:

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What the heck does glutose have to do with this diet? It is gluten free.

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Hi Bear:

Lisa is spot on with her recommendation regarding a simple diet. Follow it for a few weeks and continue to shop the "Golden Horseshoe" of the store (Produce, meat, dairy, and seafood department).

One more thing that I might add.... keep fully hydrated. Now is the time for you to flush your system more than ever. Your villas are in their preliminary stage of getting back to good health and ready to absorb all of those nutrient, vitamins, and protein that you most likely weren't getting when you were glutened.

I recommend at least 80 ounces (Ten, 8 oz glasses) of water per day for men. Up to 60% of the human body is composed of water.

Let the forum know how you are feeling over the next few weeks.

The GlutenGladi8or

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