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  1. Thanks for the reply. Yes, I figure I'll try it for a month or two. The study notes that the glycoalkaloids are concentrated when frying, so while they're present in potatoes at all times, they're particularly bad when fried. I've also read that they're largely in the skin of the potato. I'll...
  2. I've been strictly gluten free for a long time. I've resolved the issues related to DH. But I still have a number of symptoms that line-up with leaky gut. For example, if I have dairy or processed foods that are certified gluten free I break out. For the longest time I suspected this was due to cross...
  3. From additional reading and diet adjustment I suspect that I'm dealing with some lingering leaky gut/intestinal permeability issues. I've done as much reading as I can on the subject but it seems difficult to sort out the good information from the quacks when it comes to leaky gut/intestinal...
  4. I think part of my problem is I tend to have a paltry breakfast. These days I usually have a few boiled eggs, which doesn't exactly make me feel full or energetic. I used to eat oatmeal each morning and that was a bit more filling, but despite it being certified gluten free it seemed to make...
  5. Hi Scott, thanks for the reply. Just to clarify, I think I might have worded things a bit poorly in my original post. The bumps on my head that I'm discussing have been an issue for many years -- they definitely predate resolving the DH. For a while I thought resolving the DH might resolve this,...
  6. I suspect part of it is lowish energy from not consuming enough calories - my diet is still a little wimpy as I try to figure out what I can add. I can do some light strength exercises - I'll do some chinups/pullups each day - and more recently I've added some light cardio. In that respect I can...
  7. I've had my DH under control for a few months, after committing to a strict diet that includes no pre-packaged foods (even if they're certified gluten free). According to a scope, my villi look healthy. I'm feeling much better, and seem to be recovering, with a focus on eating well, getting back...
  8. You mention you're not able to have coconut milk anymore. Does this have anything to do with celiac? (Not trying to pry...just curious as I'm seriously considering incorporating some of this into my own diet.)
  9. Is coconut milk ever cross-contaminated? I find myself eyeing it at the grocery store but none of the brands have any gluten free certification and I can't seem to find any info about them online.
  10. I was diagnosed in my late 30s, and it took a while for me to sort things out. I've been feeling much better the past two years, and have gotten my persistent DH under control in the past half year. So, that part is great. However, I still lack energy. I used to be active, but even if I force...