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  1. I can't really think of any other changes I've made to my diet since starting a Gluten Free diet which does suggest that the Gluten Free diet has played a role in preventing the Niacin flush. The Niacin I was taking was just ordinary Niacin, not flush-free Niacin.
  2. One of the things I have noticed over the past few years is that every time I eat cereals, starch or sugar I start thinking about some of the bad experiences I have had in the past. The only explanation I can think of is that the hormones that we make when we have bad experiences such as Stress...
  3. It might be some kind of hyper-sensitivity caused by another food intolerance. Cereals can sometimes make my skin dry and itchy which then makes me sensitive to everything else.
  4. I did some experimenting with 93% Corn Starch and 7% Dried Potato and the result was a bit like dry cake. I've also read some scientific papers that said that 75% Starch,18% Rice Flour and 8% Tapioca Starch produced the lightest, softest bread, though Tapioca Starch can make the bread feel ...
  5. I've been on a Gluten Free diet for several years though I still experienced nausea and depression after eating carbs or Fodmap (Fermentable Oligo-Di-Monosaccharides and Polyols) foods such as sweetcorn, peas, cabbage and mushrooms.
  6. Hi. I was just wondering if anyone has tried using a small amount of Whole Potato Flour or Instant Dried Mashed Potato Powder in their Gluten Free baking? I was reading how wheat flour contains around 4.5% gluten which absorbs 6 times it's weight in water. This prevents the starch in the wheat flour...
  7. About 10 years ago I tried a health supplement called Niacin (Vitamin B3) which used to give me a rash called a Niacin Flush. Then about 4 years ago I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease and started a strict Gluten Free diet. Recently I tried taking Niacin again and was surprised to find that it...
  8. Niacin is supposed to be helpful with fighting cancer:   http://www.alternative-cancer-care.com/niacin-vitamin-b3-and-cancer.html   A Gluten Free diet may also help the body fight cancer by reducing the activity of the PD1 receptors that inhibit the immune system:   http://www...