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Healthy Living Gluten Free

Sunday, July 14, 2013

I wish this site had meal plans that cater to gluten free people! I know I could figure it out myself how to make it gluten free, but that have everything else. It'd be nice if the world could get on my level. emoticon

I have not been gluten free long, but it has improved the way I feel so much it's unbelievable. I have learned more about my body than I thought was possible; I have learned to pay attention to how I feel and what food is doing inside my body, what nutrients I need and what I am having too much of... it's really fantastic.

It does make me hungry sooner after eating than when I was having tons of bread with every meal... and it made me gain weight because I was supposedly extremely malnourished, BUT I feel healthier.

Now I just have to figure out the pain and exhaustion and I will be good as new!
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  • GINA180847
    I thank the Almighty that neither hubby or myself have gluten intolerance but a friend was just diagnosed as having celiac and he is coming to dinner in a few days. My menu is pork roast, gravy with corn starch, roasted veggies (potatos, carrots, squash, onions, garlic) and I will have green salad and rice krispy squares for dessert. Beyond that is neverland.
    1772 days ago
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