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  1. Cooper's Hawk is a place we frequent often when we are in Orlando.
  2. Pins and needles and neuropathy can also be a sign of low B-12. Have you had your vitamin levels checked?
  3. I have been to Aruba 3 times for a least 9 days each time. The last two times I was gluten free. Although I never did all inclusive and can not comment on that, I have never had any trouble eating on the island and have never gotten sick. I do take some things with me as everything in the grocery...
  4. I don't know that I have a lot to offer, but wanted to address the shared household. I have successfully shared with gluten eaters for 9 or 10 years now. It is very possibly but precautions have to be taken. Have you read the newbie101 section it will give you a lot of good advice. Do you have...
  5. Sorry, I didn't see this until today. I will share it so you have it for future functions 1 Tub of Frozen Strawberries 1 small container of cool whip (or whipping cream if you prefer to make your own) 1 cup chopped walnuts 1 Large Box Strawberry Jello Defrost Strawberries...
  6. I have the same issue, gained about 15-20 pounds. People love to tell me that it is all the processed gluten free food, but the only processed food I eat is 2-4 pieces of gluten free bread a week. Here is my opinion of why this happens, or at least for myself. When I was consuming gluten I...
  7. Rotisserie Chicken Ham Green Bean Casserole Deviled Eggs Potato Salad Spinach apple salad with this amazing dressing Strawberry Dessert The only thing we will have that will not be gluten free is Mac n cheese. Because we make it for the kids and we use a old recipe...
  8. It has been 4 years since I was there, but Blue Heaven was great, Satiago's Bodega is a Tapa's place, I ate successfully there, but it wasn't my thing, super busy and crowded and I learned I wasn't a Tapa fan. The best meal I had in Key West and we actually went twice was at the Southernmost Beach...
  9. I used mine for the first three years I was diagnosed. I used it for several reason, one it protects me legally from a company letting me go if I exceed my sick/personal time off. Some companies even have a max of unpaid time you can take, but the FMLA allows me to use that as well and not be affected...
  10. Vanicream works great, they have a Vanicream Light as well. I like the regular one best as it goes on nice and thick and isn't oily, it is what my dermatologist recommended years ago and at that time you needed the pharmacy to order it for you. I find it at Target and CVS. My DH did not fully...
  11. I have something that sounds very similar in description to yours, but mine is followed by a headache and was diagnosed years ago as an Opthamalic Migraine. Mine are not caused by gluten. But since I have had celiac my prescription in my glasses has changed every 4-6 months which is rough since...
  12. I actually gained weight after going gluten free, and I eat little to no processed food. But prior to diagnosis I was underweight because I could not finish a meal, I never cleaned a plate or even consumed many ounces of my meal. Every meal had gluten and most of the time I would get sick a few...
  13. I have not been to Panama City in many years, but we were trying to return recently and I did some research. I do not have personal experience but in my trip planning notes I noted these places based on reviews on trip advisor for gluten free food. Andy's Flour Power Firefly Another...
  14. In 2011 I started off with Weekly injections, for one month then every other week for 5 months. Retested my B12 was barely in the normal range. Dr stopped the injections to see if my body could maintain (then I would have started oral) but it didn't. I was taught how to do them monthly at home...
  15. Don't know if you are already doing this, but for me I had to stop wearing certain things to avoid the extensive pain in my legs, arms and even in my hip from neuropathy. I still can't wear some of them without getting a flare. Nothing with elastic in the arms or legs, socks were tough but...