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... 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)
... 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)
... well I started avoiding gluten and grains, white rice, flour all that... along with dairy and sugar which ive always avoided. It's working but man this is hard. ... (1 replies)

... Sigh, I sorta feel like Euro on this one although I am pleased people are ASKING. It is so disappointing when you post messages trying to help people and they compeletely ignore your posts or never bother to respond to them. ... (40 replies)
... ing on the food item, several of them can be HIGHLY allergenic. An allergic reaction is an immune response that happens almost immediately or within a few hours and even the tiniest most minute amount can be deadly for some! ... (48 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)
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)
Diet Plan
Aug 11, 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. There are a few others that contain gluten, but unless you go to a healthfood store, you shouldn't bump into them. ... (4 replies)
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... Breakfast for me has always been some kind of sandwich, usually whole wheat with a glass of orange juice or tea. Sometimes I have oatmeal. I never feel hungry for cooked food in the morning. ... (17 replies)
... ost more frequently on this board than any other....and I've noticed y'alls posts involve alot about diet...and y'all really seem to know what your talking about and alot of information regarding it. Well, I'm attempting to maintain a gluten free casein free diet. Well....little by little I learned more about it... ... (1 replies)
... I thought it would be cool to share recipes of our own to help eachother find appropriate things to eat. There's so much talk about diet lately and I for one know that it plays a very big part in most acne. ... (7 replies)
... Also, the factories where the oats are prepared usualy also have wheat products in them, so cross contamination there. ... (11 replies)
Diet Help
Apr 2, 2004
... I don't seem to have a problem with wheat, so I still eat some of it, however, there are many wheat free and gluten free products at natural food stores. You don't want to cut out all carbs. ... (6 replies)
... im desperate. I would like to try one of those diets that was recently talked about where you don't eat white rice, white bread, gluten and stuff like that... sorry i obviously don't have much info here and i don't even know what this type of diet is called, so any info would be appreciated. ... (4 replies)
... Limited my intake of whole grains. I started out by eliminating them and then slowly reintroduced them to see what types and amounts I could get away with. ... (3 replies)
... Hey, I'm human and just because I have all these facts backing this up, doesn't mean that I'm going to just instantly change my diet. ... (21 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. ... (18 replies)
... as well as excess consumption of certain raw vegetables. These goitrogens mess with your ability to convert active thyroid hormone and thus can lead to hypothyroidism. ... (28 replies)
... Free 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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