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  1. veronika

    No Friends

    I can totally relate. From my chronic fatigue and GI issues it has been hard to keep or make friends. As well, because...
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    What Can I Eat?

    Here you go! http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.ca/2008/02/breakfast-cookies.html I just made these this weekend. My...
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    What Can I Eat?

    For snacks can you have nuts? I find them really filling and something I don't need to cook (which I do enough of already...
  4. It might help to track your foods for awhile (i.e. food diary) so you can try see if heartburn is a result of something...
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    Endoscopy

    I don't remember much of mine, they loaded me up on a lot of drugs (thank god). The only part I remember is a bit of...
  6. Nausea is probably my worst symptom. While most everything else has gone away by going gluten-free (headaches, body aches...
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    Please Help

    You said the only thing you have been 'eating' differently is black tea. Maybe caffeine is an issue for you? I know for...
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    Bending To A Near Break

    Be careful about Vega. A lot of their formulations contain wheatgrass and / or alfalfa grass. These grasses may be problematic...
  9. Craisins (Oceanspray) are gluten free. But beware of their trail mix: (from their website) "Based on documentation from...
  10. I can totally relate. I still miss cheese, greek yogurt, butter...especially when my boyfriend is having some right in...
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    Bending To A Near Break

    It could still be an allergy, but bloodwork and/or skin prick tests can be inaccurate. Have you ever had intradermal...
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    Bending To A Near Break

    I'll have to agree with Jestgar, an elimination diet is probably the best way to figure out your intolerances. Listen...
  13. When I'm feeling a low, the best thing that works for me is to have a small portion of quick carbs to 'rescue' my blood...
  14. I second this. A food log has been a lifesaver for me. Without one, it's hard to see what you are reacting to. This will...
  15. Maybe some other food is bothering you? I'm pretty thin/fit myself, but I get bad stomach bloat if I eat dairy or corn...
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