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  1. Never heard of wegmans but it's getting easier to find gluten-free food around here- all the grocery stores have a section or have gluten-free foods labled through the store- the selection isn't top notch. There is an all gluten-free store in Hillsborogh- about an hour from me- new stuff seems to be appearing around the Keene area where I am. I'll fill you in more if you PM me. Thanks for the hope on the anxiety issues- both my anxiety and depression have improved dramatically since the diet change- both came flooding back at once full force after the gluten incident last week but are lessening again. It will take a little time to undo 20 years worth of learned reactions and behaviors but as I said above- things are looking up and it's only been 7 months! Feel free to grill me for info on moving to the area- I'll do what I can to help
  2. Hello- My first post! I joined today after a painful and emotional accidental experience with a gluten filled nutrition drink. I was looking for someone from NH- just curiosity and maybe someone to understand my surroundings and possible advice on nearby gluten-free stuff. I'm in southern NH but would travel for a good gluten-free meal or event. I've been gluten-free for 7 months- been sick for over 20 years! YEAY DOCTORS! I have many medical issues beside celiac and I haven't worked in 4 years (I'm a psychiatric nurse) but things are looking up the longer I've been on this diet. I have anxiety issues too- along with a fun array of other gluten induced mental tortures- I may be able to help you get through Wanted to introduce myself and make my mark on the board