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  1. As a follow up to my previous post, I'd like to add a few new items. Alas, simply going Gluten-free Casein-free hasn't caused me to lose weight, so I'm doing further research. It appears that it's not uncommon for celiac/gluten intolerant patients to react unfavorably to millet, soy, and buckwheat even while avoiding gluten grains. [from Book: Good Food for Bad Stomachs by Henry D. Janowitz, MD] That finding is actually consistent with my own pulse testing. I've used a variation of the Coca Pulse Test (recommended by my FNP) to self test for food sensitivities. I've found this little hom
  2. I think there are a lot of us (morbidly obese) people wandering around out there in search of answers. I didn't have a weight problem until about 12 years ago when I started putting on about 2 pounds a month, every month, in spite of diets and exercise. After a gain of over 100 pounds it sort of leveled out. But none of the medical people had much in the way of answers. Still don't. If diet and exercise don't work, then the MDs simply shrug their shoulders, mumble about patient compliance and blame you for not losing weight like they said you should. I swear if one more medical person tells
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