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One Month No Wheat

Monday, October 24, 2011

Or should I say NO Bread. I did have a couple of days through out the month but that isn't to bad for what this has all been about. I had my second endoscopy and the stomach looked so much better. The doctor was very pleased. So this has definitely been worth it. I told her about the no wheat diet and she was very interested in it. She is also checking me again for celiac disease. However, I just read a very interesting article that if you have been on a no wheat diet and then get tested for the disease that the results won't be accurate. I am anxious to hear what the results are and compare them to the last test I had a couple years ago.

I have also lost a few pounds. Not anywhere what I thought it would be. I do, however, have a terrible time keeping my pants up! The scale is not reflecting that to much.

So here is to my first month of No Wheat and to many more to come.
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  • HOCKEY47
    Bre - i am happy that you are on this no bread plan and as your pants are falling down, all good emoticon
    3272 days ago
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  • CHAOSTHEORY635
    Congrats! I've been reading up on these things a lot lately...there are a pretty wide spectrum of gluten intolerance symptoms that don't include celiac. It's not too difficult to avoid wheat once you learn how to cook around it. I do get a little cranky that I can't drink beer anymore.
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  • ABBY_G
    Hi. You wrote: So this has definitely been worth it.

    That's great that you found something that helps you. I've eliminated all forms of gluten and it has changed my health totally. I, too say that it has definitely been worth it. All the best to you.
    3284 days ago
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