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  1. Thanks, I'll check that out. My problem isn't overeatting or giving into cravings... even when I stick to diets 100%, nothing happens.
  2. I actually do like dark chocolate! There is some available to me on Isagenix, so I have been eating that infused with green tea. I agree about the artificial sweetener. Since my main focus has been losing weight, I had been using that to cure the cravings for sweet. Is the GI diet anything like AIP? I tried that a while back to see where my sensitivities were. Part of the problem seems to be that no matter what I do... eating nothing, eating balanced meals, more protein, less protein, intermittent fasting, etc., I lose a few lbs and then stop and cannot get back down to my normal
  3. Thanks! Sugar is my weakness, for sure. I prefer sweet to salty. I replaced most real sugar with fake sugar a long time ago (terrible, I know) I drink diet soda (not excessively, like 1 can a few times per week), will have a few Hershey Kisses here and there, sugar free sucking candies, etc. The Isagenix program that I have been doing IS intermittent fasting. You do 2 shakes/ day, 1 healthy meal, and snacks of a few almonds, an apple, fresh veggies, half of one of their bars, and things like that. Then for 2 days you fast; drinking only their drink and snacks, and having green t
  4. I have been there twice since being diagnosed with Celiacs, and they were absolutely wonderful. In most restaurants that "cater to gluten-free", you get a few sad looking options. At Disney, they send the chef out to speak with you about the allergies and go out of their way to make sure that you are getting as good a meal as everyone else. I was so impressed with their attentiveness.
  5. Hi all. I have had Celiacs for almost 6 years now (shortly after having baby#2), and have been 100% Gluten free (save for the occasional accidental glutening) since being diagnosed. I have not had an endoscopy since diagnosis, but my most recent bloodwork was good. My bloodwork last year showed that the thyroid function was in the normal range as well. I am having an impossible time losing weight. I have tried just about everything, and am getting nowhere. I had baby #3 almost 3 years ago. I tend to gain a fair amount during the first trimester- probably about 10-12 lbs. I gai
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