I have a gluten intolerance and my husband is fine. I am responsible for the cooking in the house. We decided that since I can't have gluten then he won't have it either. I only cook gluten free items for us. I will buy him bread for his sandwiches and that is all.
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Becky, I agree with Dorothy. Even though you may not see the damage, it is being done. I think there is some info on wheat and grains on www.mercola.com. He is a Dr who is bucking the medical system with lots of truths about things we need to know to be healthy. Maybe if you find something from an authority to share with your family, they will be more apt to check it out. Best of wishes on your healthy program and may the Lord bless your endeavors.
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Even though you do not see it it is causing damage in your body and if your daughter has problems with wheat it is affecting her body too. It causes the nutrients not to get into your body and helps it grow or stay healthy. It will cause your body to grow fatter because what does get through is converted into fat. If you look at the people that have problems with wheat then you will see most are heavy and that is because what food that is converted if converted into fat. So you need to find all that you can and then sit down with your family and explain what happens to you and your daughter and what it can lead too.
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How do you do it? I have three kids and a husband and they are not wheat free. My dd1 is allergic to wheat, but not to the point of being wheat free, yet. mImhave doing so good and then I did it!!! I ate a mini pumpkin apple muffins I made formthe kids A.M. school snack. I figure what the heck my stomach is already in pain from I do not know what.
Please share with me how you avoid temptations and cook food for your family. I have my dd1 trained to test pasta for me. But when I asked the kids how are the muffins dh is like why haven't I tried them. I am like duh wheat.
But, to see what the kids were saying about the muffins I ate one....😭
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