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Cleaning out the cupboard-Literally and figuratively

Friday, January 17, 2014

Oh like saying good bye and in a good way. I filled 4 bags from my fridge and cupboards and gave it away.

Gluten be gone!

My husband still wants to eat like he does and I am somewhat okay with that. There is a loaf of brown bread in my house and the odd pasta for him, but will my will power get low?.

Is it worth it to indulge? not really, not at this stage in my process. I want to go completely gluten free for as long as I can in the hopes that I will physically feel better. Mentally I am making progress already, need to see more success in my physical symptoms to know its working or to be fully convinced.

Heck the process takes time and its only been 5 days..........

I have fibromyalgia, anxiety, depression and migraines and I have suffered since I was 28-30 years old. I am now 42. My doctor is so in tune and yet it has never come up.

There is hope and there is a chance that this is a miracle, my cure to what ails me. My good food choices and exercise alone was not enough to make things work so I think that is why my other times on Spark were not successful.

Its a journey but my future seems to contain a quality of life that has been missing for "OH so long"

Others have mentioned it may take weeks but I am in for the long haul this time, just the thought of feeling good and not chronically fatigued makes me want to dance around with a bounce in my step.

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  • no profile photo CD2398024
    There is a blood test that can be done for Celiac's, since you mentioned fibro and they're both autoimmune disorders. If it is a non-celiac sensitivity only time will tell. Have you involved a nutritionist or naturopath in your diet changes?
    2442 days ago
  • SILVER1369
    Good for you!! You will do it this time!! emoticon
    2444 days ago
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