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4/24/14 10:09 P

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4/24/14 9:41 A

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Try z pizza if there is one near you! Superb GF pizza emoticon zpizza.com/locations delicious and the best GF pizza I have found so far

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DJ4HEALTH's Photo DJ4HEALTH Posts: 39,585
2/18/14 9:40 P

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Welcome to the team!! Gluten is in almost every thing including toothpaste and shampoo etc. So you need to read all ingredients to see what is in them. If you stick to frozen veggies and fresh veggies along with the fruits you will be ok there. Meats also are gluten free.

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2/18/14 8:33 P

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I have hypothyroidism and ADHD and have been told in the past that gluten free could help symptoms of both of those. I never really bothered to switch before because I knew my husband wouldn't want to do it. It's just to two of us and it would be too difficult, time consuming and expensive to do it on my own. Well, this week, my husband, who has psoriasis, arthritis, tendonitis and nerve damage was told by his doctor that he should try going gluten free. (Actually she suggested gluten or dairy and somehow he chose cheese over beer!) Since neither of us has Celiac disease we probably won't worry about the little things like cross contamination or trace amounts of gluten in products. But we are planning on getting rid of the processed foods and gluten-containing grain products. I think we are going to start by eating only naturally gluten free foods before we work in gluten-free versions of foods that normally have gluten in them, like breads and pastas. The doctor said we can ease into the diet (which is good because I just went grocery shopping and pasta is on the menu this week!) but I bought a gluten-free cookbook and an app to help me find foods that might have gluten hidden in them. I'm new to all of this so any advice would be appreciated!!

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