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HELLO.

I HAVE BEEN GLUTEN FREE FOR 7 MONTHS NOW AND STILL FEEL SICK SOMETIMES...WHAT DO I EAT TO HELP HEAL MY STOMACH? SOUPS? MAYBE IM EATING FOODS THAT ARE TOO HEAVY TO DIGEST?

I HAVE INTESTINE PAINS THAT SEEM TO LAST A LONG TIME....IM LOOKING INTO CORN AT THE MOMENT, WHICH I HAVE DECIDED TO STOP EATING...

HELP

THANKS

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What are you typically eating? Whole naturally gluten free foods are the best thing to go with for fastest healing. Some of us also have other intolerances the most common being dairy and soy. Have you checked any supplements or meds you are on for gluten? If not do so with the maker. Be sure you are taking the proper precautions at home as far as stuff like a new dedicated gluten-free toaster, replacing scratched non stick cookware and not sharing condiments like mayo, butter, nut butters etc with gluten eaters.

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Hun, please don't write in caps, it makes you seem like your yelling :(

Anywho, light things, nothing heavy (steamed veggies, boiled chiken, etc.). That seems to help. Also, graze throughout the day instead of eating 3 meals.

After 7 months you should see some improvement. You are most likely intolerent to something that you are eating, once you figure out what that is, it should help you get better.

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Are you sure you're not getting cross contaminated? Did you replace things like wooden spoons, non stick pans, toaster? Are there other gluten eaters in the house? Are you eating dairy? If you are eating dairy you might try stopping that for a while.

I don't have gluten issues myself, but I do have digestive issues. So when my stomach is giving me trouble I eat a lot of things like chicken and rice, instant mashed potatoes made with just water and some Nucoa (no dairy), chicken broth with rice or rice pasta and some chicken breast and well cooked veggies like green beans and carrots. Applesauce is also good.

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