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    Fuchs' Dystrophy?

    I do and found your question while hunting to see if there is a connection to Celiac Disease.
  2. Short answers are:

    How did I do it? I didn't give up.

    Did it help a lot? Yes.

    Perhaps you could tell me a bit more & ask focused questions...I have a lot of information.

  3. Hello, I am not sure which post, will you please copy it to me?

  4. Hello, I saw on your comment on Fructose malabsorbtion you were basically free of EVERYthing, how do you do it, and did it help alot?

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    Leaky Gut

    Yes.My understanding is they are one in the same. I found this explanation http://www.(Company Name Removed - They...
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    Legumes

    Hello, There may be more going on than Celiac/gluten-free/no cross-contamination. Hard to digest Galactans are in beans...
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    Costco

    Soaps, Shampoos, Conditioners and Massage Oils all can contain "hydrolyzed wheat protein". It is true, gluten can not...
  8. Hello, I just added this to my list of eliminated foods and am hunting for the best way to do a "clean" elimination...
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    Eating Food With "nothing In It"

    Cooking Free is now on my list to investigate. The cookbook top on my list is Alissa Segersten & Tom Malterre...
  10. Thank you! I recently made the mayo for artichokes and it was perfect. The cheese is next. I am constantly hunting...
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    Packing Gluten-free Lunches Wearing Me Down

    I can certainly identify with your situation. One way I save time is with what I call "fast food". I cook a huge...
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    Eating Food With "nothing In It"

    So great to hear from you! I love the internet...just a post away from finding a kindred soul. Yes, I cook simply...
  13. Hi all, In our family, when food is discussed, the first question is, "There is nothing in it (we cant eat) isn't...
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