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Sep 2, 2004
... hould be to find out whats causing you to get constipating..i gaurantee you that if you iliminate the wheat part and, wait some will get better..its the Gluten that you find in the wheat thats hard to digest, somtimes almost impossible.. ... (11 replies)
... jdimassimo, I DID try that elimination diet, actually. Food allergies were ABSOLUTELY my problem. My severe hypoglycemic episodes almost completely disappeared. It was amazing! Now, the only time they reappear is when I eat something I'm allergic or sensitive to. I did follow the elimination diet properly EXCEPT when introducing new foods back into my diet. I did not... (12 replies)
... e both still eat dairy, but I am cutting down on my dairy intake drastically and no longer drink milk, eat yogurt and only occasionally eat cheese. I try to buy soy based spreads for my gluten free bread, and will buy fortified nut or rice drinks as a replacement for milk. ... (11 replies)

... Eggs are a good source, gram for gram about as good as beef, but since we eat eggs in much smaller portions than meat--two eggs weigh about half as much as a usual hamburger, or are a third the size of a common steak potion==that we don't get as much from them as we could. It's too bad you won't consider fish, since most fish are even richer sources of b-12, ounce for... (8 replies)
... Hi Junk - Thanks soooon much for you info. First of all I would like to say CONGRAT on your weight loss. Your menu sounds wonderful. I love salads, walnuts, nuts, broccoli, jam, brown rice, potato, yam, green beans, and seeds. But I need some help on the Jam, bread, what kind sould I buy? Do veggie burgers have a lot of salt in them? What is nut butter and hummus? Is it okay... (13 replies)
... Heya, I'm vegan (don't eat any meat, dairy, eggs). Eating this way, I've lost about 90 pounds. I'm at a healthy weight now and closing in on my goal weight, 10 less than i weigh now. this will probably take me about 2-3 weeks. Anyway, for breakfast I usually have optimum power breakfast cereal with soy milk (15 g. protein right there), and occasionally a slice of toast... (13 replies)
... Do you have a gluten sensitivity problem? ... (3 replies)
... I REALLY NEED HELP to find an all in one meal replacement powder - supplement with protein vitamins and minerals ( making sure the b vitamins/ chromium/selenium - are not derived from yeast) free from all sugars, dairy, gluten, whey, soy, iodine, no fiber, no excipients etc basically as pure as possible..but nutritionally complete..for somone quite ill with many... (2 replies)
... Can anyone tell me of a very very low allergen - as pure as possible ALL IN ONE SUPPLEMENT with protein vitamins and minerals ( b vitamins/ chromium/selenium - not derived from yeast) free from all sugars, dairy, gluten, whey, soy, iodine, no fiber, no or minute amounts of glutamine, no excipients etc etc? something thats easily digested and full of every nutrient? (2 replies)
... GNC Pro Performance Soy Protein 95 in vanilla. ... (4 replies)
Metabolic typing
Dec 2, 2006
... his echoes a couple decades back when these same quacks were diagnosing EVERYONE with candida based on a questionairre. A friend spent 10 years avoiding vinegar, soy sauce, tofu, anything fermented, anything baked with yeast, mushrooms, all Chinese, Japanese and Thai food... ... (15 replies)
Sep 12, 2006
... may have a wheat or gluten intolerance, so get that checked out. things like certain breads, soy sauce, etc. ... (4 replies)
... hey mandabear, yep, i'm a vegan. in addition to the veggies and fruits, i incorporate these things into my meals often for good fats and protein: beans, lentils, nuts and nut butters, seeds and seed butters (like sunflowerseed butter or tahini),soy "meats", tofu, tempeh, seitan (wheat gluten), hummus, and nutritional yeast, and whole grains i.e. spelt, rye, kamut, etc... (14 replies)
... chickpeas/beans/legumes/soybeans and soy products, nuts/seeds/nutbutters, nutritional yeast, and wheat gluten (seitan--wheat protein) are great plant sources of protein. also, i adore the tofurkey meatless slices and sausages. they're animal friendly but have the same great flavor/texture and a comparable nutrient profile to meat sausages. :) (4 replies)
Any vegans here?
Sep 21, 2005
... i get plenty of all that stuff from beans, nuts, seeds, dried fruit, whole grains, soy protein, wheat gluten, tempeh, nut butters, etc. ... (3 replies)
Veggie Burgers?
Sep 7, 2005
... veggie burgers are delicious and full of nutrients. In addition to the soy based ones, you can get gluten/seitan based ones, and all-plant burgers like Sunshine burgers, and Amy's California burgers. yum! (8 replies)
Tired all the time
Jul 20, 2005
... Hi, I just wanted to add that keeping well hydrated can cause tiredness, also. Are you getting enough fluids? Too much, caffeine, sugar, alcohol will make you tired also. I have sensitivities to food additives, so staying with fresh fruits & veggies, lean meats, has helped me, too. It is difficult to avoid certain food products, as known allergens (i.e. glutein, soy,... (14 replies)
... Its has no added sugar but you might use Almond Breeze from the grocery. Avoid Soy at all costs!! ... (49 replies)
... ing. But I am eatingand eating and I can't seem to gain anything back. I was at 145 before the job incident. I make Egg protein shakes in the morning loaded with soy milk, fresh blueberries, banana and etc. ... (20 replies)
... yup we know this..but, gluten is even worse.. ... (94 replies)

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