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  1. 1

    Kevin

    It is amazing how much of a familiar experience what you describe is. There are also the times when you just want something to eat *now* but have run out of those processed gluten free foods you like to snack on but probably shouldnt be eating anyway…

    Then, once you finish thinking(moping) about food you cant eat anymore you drag out your GF cooking gear to make yourself something to eat.

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      The Gluten Dude

      And as I read this, I’m having my second bowl of cereal of the day.

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    Peggy

    Food is totally my enemy…I have to think about and analyze every morsel that goes into my mouth…I have to think about ingredients, but more than that I have to think about how it was made and where it was made and did my children stick their hand in the cheese container with breads crumbs on it….it is such a headache and such a drag that I usually end up eating a banana….I can always rely on my friend the banana! Lol

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    1. 2.1

      The Gluten Dude

      It’s a total drag Peggy, isn’t it?
      Thank g*d for the banana!!

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  3. 3

    Peggy

    It is indeed….but on another note, you and I must be very close in age since those are the same shows I grew up watching…in fact I still know the theme songs!!! :)

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  4. 4

    The Gluten Dude

    “The millionaire….and his wife….”

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  5. 5

    Becky

    So I just discovered your blog & love it! I have many environmental, insect, and food allergies (corn, oats, tomatoes, peanuts, avocados, and peaches) and SOME kind of wheat/gluten issue. All tests have come back negative, but even trace amounts make me sick as hell. I’ve been working my way backwards through your blog over the last few days because I’m lovin’ it so much (and I’m a teacher who suddenly has some free time on her hands). ;)

    Right now I’m sitting (ok, laying) on the couch, drifting off to sleep at 3:30 in the afternoon for no apparent reason. I have a serious case of the gurgles & feel just like you described above. More than anything (even more than the pain itself), I hate that I don’t know what I ate that did this! Uggghh!

    I just wish my husband would read this. I swear I’m not just lazy, but food just shouldn’t make you lethargic & brain-foggy! I personally know it can, but other people don’t always believe it’s food related – and besides “I must have eaten something” is getting redundant!

    Sorry, I’m done now!

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    1. 5.1

      The Gluten Dude

      Thanks and welcome Becky.

      And to your point, what we have is quite redundant…

      “I don’t feel well.”

      “Did I get glutened?”

      Blah, blah, blah.

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    Tara Sonnenberg

    Having a crap day…no pun intended. Laying on the couch (work from home) after lunch and just decided to google..food is the enemy. And low and behold your article pops up from two years ago. I follow you now after being diagnosed 6 months ago (with the worst case the chicago doc has ever seen)
    Here you are two years later so let me ask you, has the tiredness gone away finally? Had a lot of frustration this week at the docs. GF and strict for six months with no change? If I’m sacrificing something to better my life, when will it actually better my life?

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      Gluten Dude

      I will let you know after my nap.

      Just kidding.

      I will tell you this…it took my a few years to begin to heal. And that’s only after I dropped most of the processed gfree crap from my diet…and give up dairy, soy and corn too (mostly).

      Be patient. Your body has been thru hell and it will take time to get back to “normal”. Stay the course and you should be fine.

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