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NYXWOLFWALKER SparkPoints: (148,371)
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4/28/14 8:11 P

its not always good to go GF without working with your doc or testing positive for Celiac or even Gluten Intolerance but that being said its not hard to get tested for it and its non uncommon for those with D to develop it.

I'm an insulin dependant diabetic who also has celiac (so have to live gluten free) there are a number of books on the market which are good, and the ADA actually does have a Gluten Free book out there, saw it a while back called Gluten-Free Recipes for People with Diabetes and they do also have stuff on their site such as www.diabetes.org/mfa-recipes/recipes/glute
n-free.html
and www.diabetes.org/food-and-fitness/food/pla
nning-meals/gluten-free-diets/
that might be of help to you.

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KDARDEN7 Posts: 3
4/27/14 9:46 P

Thank you so much! I have spent the afternoon with my cook books and reference books creating calorie counts for recipes I want to try. I am feeling so much better and I want to continue to feel good and lose the extra weight!

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4/27/14 8:24 P

Here is a link to many Gluten Free recipes - the gluten free pasta is under the Vegetarian section of this page:
www.drgourmet.com/gluten/recipes.shtml#.U1
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DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 27,250
4/27/14 7:30 P

This link will take you to the 3rd page of our Sparkpeople article on this topic. This page contains a listing or books, cookbooks, and magazines that may be beneficial to your search.

www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art
icles.asp?id=1441&page=3


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KDARDEN7 Posts: 3
4/27/14 7:03 P

I am a diabetic, a heart patient, and have chronic pancreatitis. For the last 20 years I blamed the pancreas on frequent bouts of diarrhea. Recently I went on a low glycemic diet that had no wheat products after 5 weeks I had no problems and weight was down 5 pounds. Now I am searching for gluten free recipes for cooking from scratch. I love baking bread and have found 2 books. One by Carol Fenster, 1000 Gluten Free recipes and Analise Roberts- Gluten Free baking classics for the bread machine. Does anyone have other authors who address this problem? I have only found one recipe for making my own pasta and would love to have more!

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