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Hi all! I've had issues as far as stomach pain and bloating for about a year. I went to my doctor and he sent me for bloodwork to test for celiac disease. I have yet to get my results back but have been eating gluten free for the last few days. I feel great. I am no longer bloating after every meal. Is it possible this is all in my head? Does anyone know of any good websites to get ideas for gluten free foods to eat? Its very hard to find foods to eat when I'm working. :unsure:

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um, you're on one! :)

Look at the Gluten Free Mall (scroll up--see it under the banner?).

and there are many gluten-free foods in your grocery stores!

If you feel better, what makes you think it's all in your head?

Read this thread for some ideas --see if helps a little:

and check under the recipes and cooking sections on the site.

and....Welcome to the Forum. :)

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Hi all! I've had issues as far as stomach pain and bloating for about a year. I went to my doctor and he sent me for bloodwork to test for celiac disease. I have yet to get my results back but have been eating gluten free for the last few days. I feel great. I am no longer bloating after every meal. Is it possible this is all in my head? Does anyone know of any good websites to get ideas for gluten free foods to eat? Its very hard to find foods to eat when I'm working. :unsure:

Nope, it's not in your head. :)

As well as Gluten-free Mall there are lots of lunch foods that are naturally gluten-free. Nuts, fresh or dried fruit, hard boiled eggs, and sliced vegetables are in my lunch bag most days. Cheese and yogurt are good too if you tolerate dairy, and most lunch meat is gluten-free. Eat it with a rice cake or corn tortilla. Yoplait has gluten-free on the label! Many chips are gluten-free if you eat that sort of thing, and my grocery store has the little round rice crackers.

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