I sympathize with you at this time. I had a really hard time figuring out what I can eat without gluten. There are numerous places to go for information. I have a listing of places I have used over the years. They include many resource groups for people with the same problem. I am not sure what problems you are having finding proper nutrition, but there are so many better grains out there than wheat, barley, oats, etc. I find I use alot of quinoa, amaranth, buckwheat, and rice. And I shop at the local health food store for GF foods that we would not ordinarily think contain gluten.
Here are a few resources:
I've only included a few of the resources online for gluten-free foods. There are dozens out there and the local health food markets carry many gluten-free products now. I have even seen Gf products in the specialty section of the local grocery stores now. I am sure there are others here who have good resources online.
Edited by: SASSIBRIX at: 11/17/2006 (14:58)
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