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  1. rymorg2

    I Dread Eating Out, Please Help

    I'm right there with you. I've been avoiding eating out and the one time I did I got accidentally Glutened. Next week I'm out of town for work and I'm concerned about it but I'm staying somewhere where I should be able to get groceries instead. I just feel for me it's not worth it right now.
  2. I'm o- not formally diagnosed other.than being put on a low purine diet by my doc which means no wheat. I know I'm at least gluten sensitive.
  3. I don't have issues with progresso low sodium chicken and rice but I do with others.
  4. I love enjoy life gluten free, dairy free, soy free chocolate chips.
  5. I react to the honey nut version as well. I stopped eating it a few months ago.
  6. Oh yeah I forgot artificial sweeteners too, and nightshades. I'm not completely sugar free but I do limit it. I can't have eggs or turkey or beef either. Corn is ok. I think that's part of what's made it easier is changing how I think about it. But it's certainly nice to know I'm not alone.
  7. Well I'm doing a but better now. It's getting easier even if my diet is still limited I feel so much better it's not worth it to cheat. I'm gluten free, dairy free and for the most part soy free as well. I'm traveling out of town next week for work so we will see how that goes.
  8. rymorg2

    Does Anyone Feel My Pain?

    Yep I hear ya. I feel the same way. It's hard but I would rather feel good. And I have some replacements for my faves.
  9. Thank you as well. I have found it getting a little easier again, but it's nice to know I'm not alone.
  10. Thank you all that is great advice. I'm feeling a little better about the whole thing...and feeling a little better physically helps. Thinking about how bad I feel when I eat those things helps me to avoid eating them, even if I really want them. I've just had enough of being sick and worn out. My husband is the cook in our family, and does a good job at making things we can all have, as well as keeping the utensils he uses when cooking gluten free seperate. We've experimented some, but I think we need to branch out some. He made me some fish yesterday....flounder....and while I'm not normally a fish eater I've found several types that I actually like.
  11. Thank you that's a very good idea. I have been trying to find substitutes for the things I have been craving which works to a certain extent. I will try this as well.
  12. Thank you Adelaide it helps to know I'm not alone in this. No one in my immediate family has these issues and my husband and I go through the same thing in the store. It means I'm surrounded by food that makes me feel like crap and the knowledge that it's the forbidden fruit so to speak. So far I've managed not to give in. But it's hard.
  13. Hi all....today I'm feeling a bit under the weather. My diet is gluten free, dairy free, I try to eat soy free and I can't have eggs. I have to eat low purine foods which means even some meats are off limits! I know there are others out there with a severely restricted diet....how do you cope? I know that the less often I eat these foods the better off I will feel but I don't know how to handle it right now. I feel really good physically and I've only been eating this way for about a month but sometimes I get psychological cravings too. So far I've managed to tell myself that feeling better is more important. Any coping advice?
  14. rymorg2


    I am sensitive to eggs but I believe it has nothing to do with my gluten sensitivity.
  15. I have used MAC in the past and that's probably a good portion of it. I suspect their vit e is not gluten free because I have used products that they say are gluten-free and reacted. I also suspect cross contamination. I feel your pain....luckily my husband uses what I buy so I'm fairly safe.