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JustRachelle

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Is anybody on a gluten free diet? Is so what helped your transition to the gluten free diet?

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    • BJSTREEHOUSE

      791d

      I've been gluten free for about 2 years. Right now Im on an Autoimmune protocol diet. Grain free dairy free sugar free egg free caffeine free legume free. This is way harder but I've managed for a couple of months. It has not been as miraculous as I had hoped but we are trying to clear up a bad Candida overgrowth. I've also been on Nystatin to try to heal my mouth. Has anyone been able to conquer the candida?

    • BJSTREEHOUSE

      791d

      I've been gluten free for about 2 years. Right now Im on an Autoimmune protocol diet. Grain free dairy free sugar free egg free caffeine free legume free. This is way harder but I've managed for a couple of months. It has not been as miraculous as I had hoped but we are trying to clear up a bad Candida overgrowth. I've also been on Nystatin to try to heal my mouth. Has anyone been able to conquer the candida?

    • Lizherrera_22

      791d

      I am on a gluten free diet bc I have celiac disease which I got diagnosed back in February and I am still trying to get the hang of this diet

      • Lizherrera_22

        791d

        @Lizherrera_22 It's not as bad a I thought it would be except the price of things

    • Shalay

      791d

      Mine helped by finding recipes I enjoyed and having patience !! Gluten free foods take more time to prepare and are a bit tricky. But knowing how to properly cook items and knowing what tastes good is key!! I’ve been gluten free for 10 years

      • JustRachelle

        791d

        @Shalay yes I see that it’s going to take some patience so I have to work on that part lol but I’m willing to try and get it done. What are some of your favorite meals?

        • Shalay

          791d

          @JustRachelle I love anything spaghetti! A quick cook of some meat, throw in sauce and boil ur noodles so good and easy :) Mexican dishes are always a win and naturally gluten free so like casseroles, enchiladas, tacos ! Depending on where u live also, scrolling through Instagram I found great gluten free dedicated spots that taste so good. You should download the Find me gluten free app …it can help u search for gf foods near by! ❤️ 🤗

    • KittyMew

      791d

      I'm mostly gluten free because wheat triggers my IBS. It was hard at first but, keeping your diet as close to "normal" is what helped me. I went through a lot of trial and error folding gluten free breads, desserts, ECT that I liked vs what I didn't like. Fortunately now there's lots of options, many come close to their gluten containing counterparts

      • JustRachelle

        791d

        @KittyMew thanks for the advice… thats kinda where I’m starting I believe.. I love fried rice and broccoli so I had to make sure I found a gluten free soy sauce.. and im glad I didn’t but I haven’t tried it yet lol I also found gluten free bread but I didn’t know I had to keep it frozen but that’s okay.. im starting small so I can do it I guess it just takes time.. at first I was trying to rush everything but I think taking my time may help. How long did it take you to fully transition to everything being gluten free? How do you manage eating out at restaurants etc?

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