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... f your food from scratch or from a GF Mix. It's cheaper and it usually tastes better. However, if budget isn't a problem, then you can buy some of the Ready Made Gluten Free or Wheat Free Meals, cereals, cookies, breads, etc. ... (48 replies)
... this is the list my husband must avoid.. he has celliac disease, which means he is allergic to gluten and will get very ill if he has any.. i also avoid these, plus everything listed by prometheus.. ... (11 replies)
... I have been looking at sites about gluten intolerence and there are A LOT of ingredients that contain gluten that are not at all obvious. ... (8 replies)

... is it gluten or not? ... (21 replies)
Cereal Issues!!!
Apr 26, 2004
... Yes...some can. But, there are many who still cannot. I know that for me sometime last year when I thought oatmeal was safe and added it back in, I came out with some nasty spots. But, if you'd like to try oatmeal... ... (21 replies)
... LOL, you didn't actually sit down and write down everything that you hear some of us avoiding and then think that you MUST avoid ALL of those foods did you??? Well I do apologize if we gave you that impression, but we are all UNIQUE and as such, we don't all have the exact same diet. True there are some similarites among them, but because of our different ethnicities,... (9 replies)
... As I said before, I believe the real key is keeping the blood sugar stable by eating small, balanced meals and low glycemic carbs, constantly keeping a steady stream of nutrients in the system. This means abandoning the traditional 3 square meals a day mindset; instead, you will want to eat 5-6 SMALLER meals spaced evenly throughout the day. It also means avoiding certain... (18 replies)
... Try doing a search on Wheat Allergy, Gluten Intolerance, and Celiac Disease. ... (40 replies)
... It could be that or it could be the corn that I'm eating, they are all up there at the top of the "bad" list. That would suck if it's the corn, because where I live it's a BIG thing. ... (4 replies)
... Hey all, Well I know that most of you think that those of us on an Anti-Inflammatory, Insulin Controlling, and/or Hormone Balancing Diets are severely deprived. LOL, well I am here to tell all of you that you could not be more wrong! =) I was absolutely clueless and naive about ALL the DIFFERENT possibilities among the foods we eat until I changed my diet. WOW, I... (11 replies)
... Wheat and Gluten are in LOTS of U.S. food products. From some Alcohols, Breads, Pastas, Soups, Gravies, TV DINNERS, Tomato sauces, etc. ... (34 replies)
Diet Plan
Aug 10, 2003
... I decided to try a method of low carbing and it's been a year since I switched to a Gluten Free Diet. Basically what that means is you can't eat WHEAT, RYE, and BARLEY grains. ... (4 replies)
... Yup, that is the keyword here, YOUR diet ;-) Well, in general this is my diet and it is a HORMONE/Androgen/Insulin controlling diet: Low Carbohydrate diet- by way of following a Gluten Free/Low Grain diet. I do NOT count the Glycemic Load/Index nor do I pay attention to the amount of carbohydrates/sugar that I eat. I still get plenty of carbs from Fruit, Vegetables,... (17 replies)
... ee labels on packages. Your best bet is an Natural Food Store, unless your grocery store sells GF brands. Otherwise to some searching online and find a Celiac or Gluten Free organization. They will direct you to lists of GF or Wheat free brands in your local supermarket. ... (28 replies)

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