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    Business Development, motorcycles, dogs, reading, camping, bike riding, hiking.<br /><br />I have been involved with business development for the past 15 yrs. I had to dissolve my business of 5 years due to my diagnosis with celiac disease. You see I was making gourmet dog biscuits and we used whole wheat flour and oats. There were too many things for me to learn about my disease so I sold the business to my partner. Subsequently, my husband and I have become owners of numerous multifamily dwellings. We also have an energy drink business that is promising! Ck out our website.
  1. Uggg! YES!! I do get quite moody from being cross contaminated. Not just upset cause"darn it" I got glutened again. But, moody, I can't controll it moody. It sucks and no one understands it. my doctor has put me on some crazy drugs. None have helped. So I am learning to cope. If anyone has...
  2. Uggg! YES!! I do get quite moody from being cross contaminated. Not just upset cause"darn it" I got glutened again. But, moody, I can't controll it moody. It sucks and no one understands it. my doctor has put me on some crazy drugs. None have helped. So I am learning to cope. If anyone has...
  3. I drink A LOT of wine!!! Having a glass right now. And I can say that I have never had a problem with any wine that I have drank. Occasionally I will get an acid stomach from a bottle that was aged in stainless steel. I must have Oaked wines. They are my favorite! I will be careful, but not...
  4. That is a loaded question. Bowl reactions are usually within min. and last forever! I also suffer with DH. That usually takes a great deal longer to show up. Also, minor cross contaminations will not affect my bowls, but the DH will show up sometimes weeks later. Then the miriad of symptoms...
  5. I assume you have a rash you are taking the benadryl for, and most probably have dermititis herpaformosa? And yes, I have used benadryl. in cream form and pills. I also use tea tree oil and a steroid cream. I will use anything anyone suggests to alleviate the itching. Just be careful with large...