Hello all, I have some questions. First off: I see my doctor tomorrow, hopefully for answers. I've had ongoing stomach issues and I'm wondering if I might be told I must go gluten-free. So I am curious if others on here eat gluten-free? How do you even start with that, if I do have to do this? I will happily update people tomorrow on what (if any) answers I do get tomorrow. Because I'm certain by now, it will involve dropping something from what I eat daily (to solve my stomach issues).
I have been wheat and gluten-free for almost a year. I wasn't really having health problems but thought I would try it out. I've lost about 40lbs. just from dropping the wheat. Check out the Wheat Belly site by Dr. William Davis: www.wheatbellyblog.com. He is a cardiologist and wrote two books about wheat and gluten. One is a new cookbook. There are also recipes on the website that you might try. He does advocate eating meat and eggs but I just ignore that part and eat vegan. Good luck and let me know if you have any questions!
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I'm a gluten-free vegan, Bee. :) I love being vegan, but being gluten-free can be such a drag. I've been off of gluten (for the most part) for the last year. I always thought I just had a poor digestive system, but it turns out it was from gluten! Now my stomach is fine as long as I eat whole vegan foods and avoid gluten. I've slipped with gluten, though, and the pain it causes reminds me of what I used to feel like every day-- only it feels much worse now since I'm used to feeling well! If you end up going gluten-free, we should get a support group or something together, because it really restricts your eating much more and calls for some creativity. :)
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