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Welcome to the Team!
Good for you getting a proper diagnoses. Now you know what you are working with.
I agree that it's best to stay away from the GF bakery products. I found it better for my weight and pocket book to just eat foods that are naturally gf: fresh fruit, vegetables, starches (rice, quinoa, corn, corn etc) beans and meat. I use corn tortillas as my "bread."
Do not look where you fell, but where you slipped.
I make most of my own foods. I try to use lower calorie flours Or when buying stuff I do look at the calorie count and buy the lesser.
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Welcome to the team
I gained weight when I first went GF as I replaced my wheat foods with gluten free substitutes. Finding that they were much higher in calories and lower in nutrients, I now rarely eat gluten free breads, cakes, crackers, etc. and I am starting to lose a little again.
A goal is not enough - You have to have a plan.
You have not failed until you fail to try.
If hunger is not the problem, then food is not the answser.
Hi everyone. I was diagnosed with Celiacs disease about two months ago. I have had the usual struggles to get to this point. I had just lost the baby weight and now find that having gone gf I am struggling to keep my weight stable. I am looking forward to hearing all your strategies and tips and being part of a supportive community.