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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.
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!
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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