Hi everybody....thanks for the warm welcome. I have come across Pamela's Products and must say they taste the best out of all I've tried. Today I am going to use her flour mixture to make an angel food cake, and also see if the whites bother me...gee, so much trial and err and then the thought of getting sick, well sometime its just not worth it, but today, I am treating myself to a small indulgence of sweetness...if I don't I find I overindulge and then have a hard time stopping what I started. Also, the tinkyada brand of pasta is wonderful..my non gf husband has now switched and says he doesn't feel like a big lump of dough is in his belly. Well, have a blessed and wonderful day filled with love and joy and peace.
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Hi and welcome! I am self- diagnosed... went gf last August... also had issues with dairy... was able to start adding yogurt & cheese last December... and just in the last month have been able to tolerate ice cream w/ o the help of Lactaid, and also powdered milk (I grew up on it...). everyone's timeframe for healing varies, but if you keep to the gf diet, it will come :)
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I too have dairy issues but it is getting better. After about 8 months it started to improve and now I can tolerate goat products pretty well. I just can't stay away from it though! I am over a year now and hope one day I can tolerate it again! My GI thinks I have always had a milk protein allergy though. I was on soy as a baby...
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Welcome. I also had issues with dairy and eggs when I was first diagnosed with celiac and was able after 2 years to reintroduce them back in. There are lots of great Gluten free teams and sparkers to support you as you work through getting healthier and dealing with allergies. Glad you are part of the team. Barb
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Welcome to this site. You will do great. I am not dairy tolerant but do have Celiac. With you being dairy intolerant later on you can gradually introduce the dairy back into your diet. I would wait for a while and see how you are doing.
You have come to the best place as more members will be coming here to welcome you and offer you advise. Again, welcome.
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hi there... I am totally thrilled to find this team as I have been recently diagnosed with Celiac Disease,( gee its been 6 months now)..anyway trying to figure it all out. Also dairy intolerant due to the cd but hoping that will change once I start to heal. I also get ill if I eat straight eggs but if they are spread out over the recipe, then I seem to be able to tolerate them. I can't begin to tell you how excited I am to finally be able to have a support system, people that can relate.ty ty ty
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