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... Hi there sugar; are you a celiac and, thanks a lot... (10 replies)
... Hi there! Here's a list of Gluten free tips: What you can eat on a Gluten-Free Diet:Fruits and vegetables, dried fruits (unsulfured) Most dairy products (if not lactose intolorent) Vegetable oils Nuts Corn and Cornmeal Rice-whole grain, flour, rice pasta Buckwheat-whole grain, flour Meat, fish, poultry (10 replies)
... Celiacs. So ive been studying. and while im reading it happened..BAM! ... (4 replies)

... To add one more piece of information, in my opinion there is a very clear connection between gluten and type 1 diabetes. ... (51 replies)
... organic whenever possible, but it was my birthday a few days ago and I was in a rush to go to the regular supermarket to buy cake mix, and this lady came up to me looking so upset and told me not to buy it because it's full of GMO's and hydrogenated oils, etc!! ... (5 replies)
... p.s. back to the original question . . . I'm not sure there is any point in stressing out over a little gluten here and there except where necessary . . . BUT, it would be good to get as varied a diet as possible from as young an age as possible. ... (78 replies)
Too much soy?
Jul 19, 2006
... ion would have steered us in this direction during the past ,say, million years. Instead, our paleolithic ancestors thrived on the consumption of animal proteins and fats. They did so well on this diet that they rose to the top of the food chain and took control of the planet. ... (21 replies)
Metabolic typing
Dec 2, 2006
... I have gluten intolerance. ... (15 replies)
... they do indeed have less gluten than modern wheat, but they are still older relatives of wheat. You'll have to experiment and see what works for you. ... (3 replies)
... Most people need to cut out all forms of gluten in order to see a real improvement in their health. ... (9 replies)
Bloating
Sep 10, 2007
... I watch Dr. Phil, and on one segment Robin, his wife, was asked how she maintains her nice figure and she said exercise and not eating products containing gluten, and she indicated by gesturing that gluten made her bloat. ... (1 replies)
Vegan and bummed.
Apr 19, 2002
... whey is OUT if you are vegan. Soy and soy isolate protein are a fine substitute. gluten is okay if you are not alergic to wheat. beans, nuts, soy, legumes, are CRUCIAL. ... (16 replies)
... Soy is fine for people with celiac as far as I know. The two veg*n people I know who have celiac disease also happen to be allergic to soy (in addition)...so they avoid soy in addition to avoiding wheat (and other gluten containing foods). (9 replies)
Soy is deadly!
Mar 30, 2007
... or soy products, etc. ... (24 replies)
... Thanks for the compliment, I have alot more learning to do obviously. Anyways, do they sell gluten free waffles, pasta and cereal for sure? ... (78 replies)
... nt to visit the Celiac Disease Foundation website. There is a popular diet called "Paleofood" or "Paleodiet" that is good for celiacs. Do a search on "Paleofood" and you should find plenty. Another good site about gluten intolerance in general is finerhealth.com. ... (10 replies)
... Sorry, but I can find nothing to verify the statement regarding Whey and Gamma Globulins. In fact, nothing to connect the 2 at all. Sounds very odd to me. ... (6 replies)
... better breads..like soy bread(since your a soy freak) rice bread corn bread(this is proly the best bread for your health) potato bread spelt bread i remember when i was a little kid i use to put up wallpaper with my dad and, use wheat flour mixed with water to stick it up..How good can that be for your health..?? if you try making glue with any other type of flour it... (51 replies)
... manic depression, OCD, and negative thinking for many years. To help combat my OCD, I started taking Luvox about 13 years ago at the age of 16. ... (3 replies)
... Those are two other big "offenders" and if you cut back on gluten, you might be eating more of those things without realizing it. ... (12 replies)


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