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I could use some feedback from those out there that have been gluten free for a while. I have been struggling the last two years to figure out why I could not lose weight and why I was always sick. After having to have emergency surgery to remove my gallbladder followed by a case of Pancreatitis and ending with a severe liver and kidney infection. It was shortly after my last hospital stay at thanksgiving that a wonderful doctor recommended me to try a gluten free diet and sure enough it solved so many of my problems. I tried to go back to gluten thinking it couldn

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What type (even if minor) exercise to you get each day?

- Ride a bike?

- Short walks?

- Cardio?

- Treadmill

You would be surprise how many calories and fat can be burned with just a 25 minute walk around the neighborhood.


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The problem I have know is that I can


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You might be intolerant of eggs and/or dairy. Might need to do an elimination diet. Gluten is one problem, but the other intolerances cause the same symptoms you describe.

I got rid of soy, but didn't want to eliminate eggs and dairy. When I finally did...5 months later....I started getting even better.


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