Your not whining and we had all done that too. Those meatballs will get you every time and so will the hot wings.
If you tell God no because He won't explain the reason He wants you to do something, you are actually hindering His blessing. But when you say yes to Him, all of heaven opens to pour out His goodness and reward your obedience. What matters more than material blessings are the things He is teaching us in our spirit. Charles Stanley
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Thanks, it's been a little over 24 hours & the fatigue has already subsided quite a bit. The other GI stuff is easing up too. Funny thing is, this is still relatively new & sometimes I doubt myself on whether or not it really is an issue. Like I'll tell myself if I know I'm eating it, my mind will convince me it'll cause problems & maybe it's not real. Then this happens & I know not to doubt myself anymore. I know the issues I have are nowhere near what people with Celiac disease go thru and they have to be super-vigilant, where my slip-ups are more discomfort, so I don't want anyone to think I was whining. More like just a big "DUH" moment!
I've been GF for a little over a year now. There are times when I know I ingested some & just deal with the consequences. (I'm non-Celiac sensitive) This week, I've been trying to figure out why the "old feelings" have returned-fatigue, bloat, bad headaches. Just a few minutes ago I was thinking, well now what the heck is wrong with me if I'm getting these issues again & I've been GF? Then it hit me-frozen turkey meatballs. I had a coupon, I was in a hurry while shopping, and for whatever reason just didn't even bother to look at the label. Never crossed my mind at home either. Monday night I cooked some up in some sauce for dinner that night, had leftovers for lunch Tuesday, & made dinner last night & lunch today out of leftovers as well. Four times in 4 days. I looked them up online & confirmed what I (should have) already knew-bread crumbs, duh.
I guess it's a good lesson-always read the label! Anyone else still do this occasionally-slip up & not realize your mistake until after the damage has been done?
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