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That is awesome!!! It feels great, doesn't it! :) Here's hoping your gut keeps healing & you can keep adding foods back in!
(same thing holds true for me!)
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Suebnelson-Congrats to this monumental progress into the realm of denial for a cause. The words seem to bounce over the deep ouch of this mandatory change. I applaud your update. I know that over 3,000 people on this team have explored the scary steps and the temerity required to get just that far. Well done Clever Girl!
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That is great news. I hope you continue to heal and can enjoy more things that you had to go off of because of the damage to your system.
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That is great news! I too love chocolate but I like it too much. Reducing the food sensitivities makes it all easier. I always liked the analogy to the full rain barrel. The water can sit over the top of the barrel (that rounded effect) but it only takes one drop to send it all spilling over. Reduce the sensitivities (like gluten) and there is more room in the rain barrel. Barb
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10 Tests that could save your life www.50plus.com/health/10-tests-that-
Dr. Alejandro Junger - 'Healing the gut' (from Dr. Oz) www.doctoroz.com/videos/3-day-jumpst
Thanks for sharing!
I just wanted to drop a note out there that may give hope to some of you. I have now been off of gluten for 18 months and am feeling great. I have discovered that I can now eat chocolate and sesame seeds that caused me problems before. I believe that my small intestine has healed enough to keep it from being "leaky". Yeah! I love chocolate and am SO happy to have it back in my life. Also sesame seeds. So many of the gluten free chips, crackers, and other products use chocolate and sesame seeds. I feel as if my world of food options has opened up immensely!
I have never really felt deprived from the reduction in what I could eat, but it certainly is a lot more fun being able to eat chocolate again.