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  1. I know exactly how you feel. I've been gluten-free forever, and recently I feel like i have brain fog as well....maybe its because my course load is too heavy...but still....i don't know what it could be...i think it might be my environment...i live in a large city...ie lots of pollution, my apartment sux, and i am constantly commuting to school....lack of sleep, blah blah....any ideas of what to do


  2. Hey guys,

    I was also diagnosed with celiac disease at a very young age, and then in university i noticed rapid pulse (over 85beats/min) and sweating at night. So then, as you may suspect, I had the Ab...soooo...Grave's disease. It sux bout ur radioactive iodine thing....all of this is sucky...especially when most of the ppl I know dont have any of my probs...its hard to find ppl to chat with. Im in school right now, and it pisses me off that most of my classmates are so full of energy pulling all nighters....and i feel so weak by mid-day and then gotta study all night (ya right). How can we function in a society where wheat rules and celiac drooles....

    :angry:


  3. oh no! I just bought a box of that today and was going to try the same thing! I liked the Quinoa noodles so much I thought maybe it would be good . . . did you add brown sugar or raisins or anything?

    I added molasses cause I'm trying to get my iron levels up...I have been dieting earlier in the year and I feel so tired...then I added cinnamon, and because we were outa milk i added soy milk...what a combo..enough to make u gag.... :o


  4. Hey all,

    this is my first time on the forum...I can't believe I didnt join earlier. Ive been gluten-free practically all my life...just now I decided I'd eat quinoa and make it like a hot breakfast cereal because Ive been craving oatmeal however, I am still not sure if celiacs can eat oats...and the only oatmeal I have is quaker that red mill one...soooo...i tried quinoa and it tastes so bad.....just want to know what everyone thinks bout this.