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MI-ELLKAYBEE
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2/7/12 5:48 P

emoticon You have definitely come to the right place - for information, support, friendship, teams with the same issue you are facing - a place to track and follow your progress. We are all positive here. My husband is also gluten intolerant, which he discovered only because he was having symptoms that were unlike anything he had experienced. We are both following healthier eating practices: his symptoms are gone, and my extra pounds are, too. emoticon Stay in touch any time I can be helpful or supportive in any way. May God bless your success on this journey we all share.



HANDERTO8
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2/7/12 4:53 P

Thank you, Lieghley1 for your advice. I will try to put it to good use.



HANDERTO8
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2/7/12 4:50 P

Thank you, Paul. I wish you the best too!



LIEGHLEY1
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2/6/12 5:28 P

Hello! I thought you might need a little bit of encouragement with changing your diet due to your gluten intolerance. It's amazing that first of all that you have found out the info and second that you are willing to do something about it. Three of my children are gluten intol. as well. It takes a lot of effort and money to stick to it. I'm assuming that you are having some health issues and were willing to go out side the medical field for answers. I know from experience that you will notice a difference in a short time. Some things I have learned are Tip # 1: Buy your gluten free flowers in bulk and combined your own flour mixtures. Tip #2: Use your flour mixture to make sandwiches. It's easier and much tastier than some of the breads you will attempt to make at home. Tip #3: Visit celiac websites for recipes. I pray I was a blessing.



PRYUNG
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2/6/12 3:40 P

Hello to you Holly, I to have some medical issues to deal with, but Im going to do what ever I have to do hope you all the luck,paul



HANDERTO8
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2/6/12 3:25 P

Hi! My name is Holly and I am looking forward to making some positive changes in my health. I can actually say that I am going to make these changes for myself. I just found out that I am gluten intolerant, so I have had a major shift in my diet within the past month. I have not however exercised consistently for the past year, partially due to the fact that I have advanced osteoarthritis in my knees. I am looking forward to swimming sometime soon at a rec center close to where I live. In the meantime, I have made a commitment to start doing Pilates for 10 minutes daily (5 times) this week.



 
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