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Has Anyone Had Trouble With The Glatino Spinach Pizza?

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I can eat the cheese one, but had the spinach one last night and today I have issues. So frustrating. What could be in it that is sending me to the bathroom? I am sick of taking imodium. I also had tomatoes and my husband's garden cucumber.

Could it be the spinach or something they put in the sauce?I like the idea of only trying one new thing per week.

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A quick look at the Glutino site says that the Duo cheese pizza is on a brown rice crust, and the feta & spinach is on a corn crust. Is that the case for the pizzas you have?

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I can not eat spinach any more. I can not eat any higher iron type foods. I.e. raisins

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I've eaten dozens of both the Glutino Cheese Duo and the Spinach and Feta pizzas, and I've never had an issue--ever. (And I'm very sensitive.) Are you sensitive to corn or rice or feta?

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I am sometimes sensitive to corn as in the Pirate Booty. I can eat plain corn and the quinoa pasta that is mostly corn. But I was pretty sick most of the day. That stunks, a day wasted. I think I can eat the plain cheese one. It could be the spinach, I just have no clue, I had to ask the Toyota man to stop as he drove me and my kids home, kinda sad. Any great idea on how to test for the ingredients in the spinach pizza? I think I must be sensitive to some corn. Bisquick is unprdictable and recently made me ill as well. Does anyone know of a healing diet and one that would not make me sick. I want to go back to work and I can't afford to be pooping all morning?

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The only two diets I know of that can heal one's gut are 1) a natural diet with no processed foods whatsoever, and 2) the Primal/Paleo diet. If you're interested in the latter, the best book that I know of on this subject is "Primal Body, Primal Mind." The author can help you understand why you react to so many foods, and she can explain how vitamins and minerals work.

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I think I need to try the no processed food diet and get rid of coffee as well. If I don't get better, I'll try whatever it takes. What about the things you are quite sure of like my gluten-free bread? It is fun to see you on here rosetapper. :)I have never really reacted to corn or rice or feta before so the reaction is new and that is what is sooo frustrating.What is the best way to do a corn challenge?

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