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881d

anyone have advice for a gluten free diet? im getting tested for it and am very intimidated by it...

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    • Doglover25006

      881d

      Don’t trust the tests more than your body. I tested negative for celiac and gluten intolerance but my body can’t handle it. I cut gluten out for six weeks to get it fully out of my system then added it back. I felt so much better off gluten and terrible when I added it back. It’s an adjustment but one of the best things I did for my health. You will find brands you like and a new rhythm eating.

    • froginthefogg

      881d

      also honey and fruit on ricecakes. rice will be your bestfriend

    • froginthefogg

      881d

      i really like gluten free rice puffs and making chocolate rice treats out of them

    • hotpink23

      881d

      my cousin has ibs and has been throwing up for years mysteriously and she found out she cant eat gluten and now she doesnt get sick and throw up any more now that shes gluten free

    • Doglover25006

      881d

      Don’t trust the tests more than your body. I tested negative for celiac and gluten intolerance but my body can’t handle it. I cut gluten out for six weeks to get it fully out of my system then added it back. I felt so much better off gluten and terrible when I added it back. It’s an adjustment but one of the best things I did for my health. You will find brands you like and a new rhythm eating.

    • hotpink23

      881d

      trader joes has great gluten free and natural versions of food

    • spookyspoonie

      881d

      If you have a local "health food" store, check them out. I get my favorite gluten free foods from Amazon, as they have more variety. You can find a gluten free version of almost anytuing now- gf oreos even taste better than regular. Be mindful that gf food cooks differently, depending on the ingredients used. especially with pastas and bread. When it comes to pasta, brown rice pasta will cook and taste the most like regular noodles. Gluten free bread ALWAYS tastes better warm- same with anything baked like muffins, cookies, etc. It's very intimidating at first, and you'll be exhausted from reading labels, but after a few months you'll be in a good rhythm

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