Gluten-free diet

Posted by guthealth @guthealth, Dec 20, 2018

Would anyone have an interest in starting/joining a discussion about following a gluten free diet. What has worked or not worked and how it has helped or not helped. We can learn from one another.

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Yes. I have gotten so sick and its Xmas. This Gluten problem can be so hard. I cannot eat pears.

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@macjane

Yes. I have gotten so sick and its Xmas. This Gluten problem can be so hard. I cannot eat pears.

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I am sorry to hear that, @macjane. I take it that pears must have gluten?

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@shecancervive

There are many website and Pinterest posts omline to help with a GF diet. One of my favorites is y Nicole Hunn called Gluten Free on a Shoestring. She has been doing this for years and has many tried and true recipes. Otherwise, most meats are gluten free as are most fruits and vegetables.

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If one asks for a Gluten Free Menu at Applebees, you might be shocked at the few foods you CAN eat. The beef has problems.

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@macjane

Yes. I have gotten so sick and its Xmas. This Gluten problem can be so hard. I cannot eat pears.

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Holidays are hard but you can still make good choices. Eat lots of vegetables, salads, fruits other than pears, lean meats like chicken, turkey. Avoid gluten, and desserts.
I found a nutritionist who helped detox me. It's not easy denying yourself certain foods but it gets easier over time. You can have a cheat meal but then go right back to your eating plan. Drink lots of water!!! Good luck

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@hopeful33250

I am sorry to hear that, @macjane. I take it that pears must have gluten?

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It is on list of foods to avoid.

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@macjane

If one asks for a Gluten Free Menu at Applebees, you might be shocked at the few foods you CAN eat. The beef has problems.

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Jane,

Go elsewhere. Rubio's in san Diego is good, Broken Yolk is also good. Just found out Panera has a gluten free tortilla soup and a baked potato soup. I eat at Denny's and their menu lists all the tcan be eaten on a GF diet and it is a good amount…just don't eat the delicious smelling pancakes, but when making them at home add vanilla to your batter.

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@lyndarm

I am one year into the diagnosis of Celiac Disease and would very much interested in a discussion group.

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@macjane

Yes. I have gotten so sick and its Xmas. This Gluten problem can be so hard. I cannot eat pears.

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How were the pears prepared? I can’t believe that a whole fresh pear could have any gluten unless it was cut with a knife that had previously sliced a gluten containing item like bread or pastry.

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@salledell

How were the pears prepared? I can’t believe that a whole fresh pear could have any gluten unless it was cut with a knife that had previously sliced a gluten containing item like bread or pastry.

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Fruit contains no glutens. You are most likely correct about the use of the knife prior to the cutting of the pear or the pear was cut on a board that had recently held food with glutens.

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@eileena

Fruit contains no glutens. You are most likely correct about the use of the knife prior to the cutting of the pear or the pear was cut on a board that had recently held food with glutens.

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The bad reaction to a pear could also be related to fructose rather than gluten intolerance. I am on a low FODMAP diet and both apples and pears are off limits for me right now.

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@guthealth

The bad reaction to a pear could also be related to fructose rather than gluten intolerance. I am on a low FODMAP diet and both apples and pears are off limits for me right now.

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What is a low formal diet

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@pjss48

What is a low formal diet

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Low FODMAP. A diet low in sugars, complex carbs and other highly fermentable foods. There is a great deal of information about it on the internet. It is used for IBS and other digestive issues. Worth doing a little bit of research and reading. It has worked wonders for me under the guidance of a nutritionist.

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I just posted VERY LOW FRUCTOSE, LOW FODMAPS, AND GLUTEN FREE RECIPES AND DIET in the Fructose Malabsorption section. I have fm, and my limited diet fits into a lot of categories. Hope this helps.

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