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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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I am sorry to hear that, @macjane. I take it that pears must have gluten?
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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.
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.
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
It is on list of foods to avoid.
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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.
I am one year into the diagnosis of Celiac Disease and would very much interested in a discussion group.
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.
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.
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.
What is a low formal diet
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.
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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