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  1. Brogrammer

    The more I'm "in," the worse it gets!

    @knitty kitty Hey, I wanted to inform you that you turned out to be right about coconut water. I drank some on an empty stomach because I felt dehydrated and had taken a long walk to the pharmacy in the morning... and damn did I feel...
  2. Brogrammer

    The Devil's Cousin Soy

    Damn, I'm sorry to hear that man. Thanks for the advice on butter substitutes. I feel like such an idiot for not reading the label of that one. It's a brand that makes a bunch of different ones... coconut spread, avocado spread, etc... and...
  3. Well guys... I've done it again... I recently mentioned that after realizing I was gluten intolerant (now upgraded to Celiac) and starting to feel better after quitting for awhile... I started to go downhill again (not just withdrawal...
  4. Brogrammer

    The more I'm "in," the worse it gets!

    Hmm... for some reason dairy seems okay for me. I actually used to avoid it because of sinus issues. After my last glutening, I started just eating rice, eggs, and stirring in some bone broth. That worked for awhile but then I got too constipated...
  5. Brogrammer

    The more I'm "in," the worse it gets!

    Thank you! Indeed it does help. I read something yesterday also about carrots being a grand idea for recovery, I suppose this goes together. I get a lot of sunlight and I eat plenty of eggs, so that should be good for vitamin D until I can...
  6. Brogrammer

    The more I'm "in," the worse it gets!

    Well first I want to say, I seriously sympathize with the OP. Dh doesn't seem to be my "symptom of choice", but in fact the farther I go in and maybe occasionally screw up after longer and longer periods of time... the worse the next reaction...
  7. Brogrammer

    I’m sick of this!!

    Hey I know exactly how you feel. I recently came down with this and have had to deal with making others understand it. Also, the whole thing of foods that don't actually contain gluten causing me some kind of reaction. I think once you've...
  8. Did anyone start having the celiac symptoms hit hard enough to realize what's going on after starting or stopping smoking? I was only a social smoker with gradually increasing frequency for a long while... then started buying my own...
  9. Thanks for the info. After first realizing I was sensitive to gluten, celiac or not, I of course screwed up a few times, and some are detailed already on this site. But like I said, I felt back to what I knew as normal (which is me having...
  10. So, at this point it's decided that I have Celiac, not even just intolerance. However, that doesn't change the fact that I keep screwing up, so I'm going to post here with the rookies. My streaks of successful gluten free diet were at first...
  11. Oh I suppose if it wasn't already implied, I should add my own testimony on the matter... In my case, the gluten intolerance symptoms showed up months before the candida like stuff, and in slow motion. I just started like, not doing...
  12. So... I'm not sure I have fully certified Candida, but the first few times since quitting gluten that I accidentally got glutened, I had some of the rash situation, and part of it was uh... down there. Anyway, last time it got very...
  13. Sorry to hear you're dealing with all that... I have a similar story with some different symptoms. So many doctors either don't know much about Celiac/gluten intolerance and are trying to keep up the authoritative facade, or just have their...
  14. Oh and for the guys in here... especially maybe @Ennis_TX since we're about the same size.... What has this done to your mood and hormones? I figure those two things are related, and the former would hint at the latter since most of...
  15. Screwed myself over with some bad bad granola. Darn. But my longest successful gluten free streak, coupled with eliminating soy for three days, did show me another glimpse of the bright future. Anyway, looking into good cures for gluten...
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