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I'm 51 and was suddenly hit with multiple food-intolerances about 4 yrs ago.

  1. It's seems like forever since I've been here. and I can already hear the gasps over this question. I don't know if its just me or everyone, but has anyone else seen a site on your facebook timeline about EINKORN flour? Has anyone actually had the nerve to try it? They say its an ancient wheat flour...
  2. My family and I traveled there in May for the first time. Its ALWAYS scary traveling with multiple food intolerances/allergies!! Its really not THAT hard to find gluten-free in HI. As with anywhere, the nicer the restaurants, the easier it is to find do-able items on a menu AND real chefs that can...
  3. Bless your heart! At least you got your results officially. I had to come up with mine on my own. I Am gluten , dairy, nut, rice and bean intolerant. Dont fit into vegetarian diets OR vegans really. You will find your way, I promise. You will have to READ, READ, READ labels. I have one recommendation...
  4. No luck here either. I have tried MANY times with no luck.
  5. REALLY??? My hubby got turned onto cigars about a year ago after being given a Java-flavored one. I have to admit that I enjoyed a few puffs of each that he has tried. Well, most of them, lol. I haven't noticed anything that would make me wonder about gluten in them, tho. However, I have often...
  6. I've read something in the past of people reacting to vodka but I haven't...yet. I am not familiar with the name brand you mentioned. Perhaps you had some cc in sine way? Was it served by someone? Perhaps they had sinething on their hand and them you touched it? That pretty sensitive but only suggesting...
  7. Not really, but I do take a daily supplement of acidophilus and if I suddenly feel I'm having issues I take a second supplement at the end of the day and it seems to help it all pass quicker
  8. always in learning mode

  9. Greetings! I'm here to learn. I hope to encourage others and pass on what little I know.

  10. I'm sorry, but until something like Celiac, or gluten-intolerance is better understood----if not at least by the medical community (!) there will be no magical pill. What your brother offers is like the old-fashioned elixer that many took town-to-town that existed of nothing more than nice percentage...
  11. I, too, am very dairy intolerant. I have been experimenting with making cream sauces. The best luck I've had so far is by add Sour Cream and Cream Cheese alternatives along with the soymilk. Of course the soymilk needs to be added as the heat is being turned off as it seperates under the heat...
  12. Does anyone know if the grilled chicken patties offered at McDonald's is gluten-free? I'm planning a long road trip home soon and was wondering if a quick McD's stop could be possible? Thank you!
  13. I'm sorry if I repeat something someone else said....I didn't take the time to read all the replies you've gotten so far. Sugar feeds infection. Period. Starch, as in potato, becomes sugar in the system. Corn has natural sugars. Alot of foods are high in sugar or turn to sugar as digesting....
  14. eggs have become a big no-no for me also. I MISS BREAKFAST FOODS!!!!! I have simply learned to eat non-breakfast type foods. Really, the goal is to put nutrition and food into my stomach and make it till lunch. I usually eat leftover whatever was for supper the past night or two. There are some...
  15. I read that Blood Type Diet book and I am also O negative. According to the book O's are the ones that need to be the most limited to be "optimal". And much of what it said seemed to ring true about the foods that I have become intolerant of. I am the carnivore also. I always thought it was because...