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Ronagon
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Yesterday after a long drive home we stopped at a good healthy place to eat lunch and I indulged in an English Muffin AND hash browns!

Oh my God!  Within an hour I was fogged in my brain, extremely tired, irritable, bloated, etc., etc., etc. I thought how can eating these avoids just one time  in many weeks cause such a reaction?  

Also last night my thumb joints, where I have pain, flared up HORRIBLY....just aching and aching and aching.

Yesterday afternoon, I jumped on my elliptical to try and move the fogged energy.  Thank God because today after a sauna, I feel I have rid my body of the irritants.  My joints aren't hurting anymore and my brain is back to 'clear!'

The best way to learn is to touch the hot stove!  Wheat and potatoes are hots stoves I just cannot afford to touch anymore...

Too bad... love them both... BUT don't like what they do to me.

Thanks for all these postings on the topic!  They confirm what I went through yesterday!
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Oh yah... I found this GREAT Soy Pasta at Wild Oats!  It's chewy and kind of nutty tasting... GREAT for cold pasta salads  and of course in hot dishes.
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Oh yah... I found this GREAT Soy Pasta at Wild Oats!  It's chewy and kind of nutty tasting... GREAT for cold pasta salads  and of course in hot dishes.


What's the name? I have been enjoying Nutrition Kitchen's soybean pasta for months, but if there is another brand out there, I'd love to hear and compare.


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Funny you should ask about wheat! Even though I have been on this diet for only about 2 weeks, I would never think that I would have such a terrible reaction to wheat! Afterall, I had an allergy test done by a reputable lab that showed no wheat allergy. I even had an endoscopy which showed no cealiac disease. So...if anyone would have a bad reaction to wheat...that would NOT be me, right? Well....this past weekend I just could not resist a piece of freshly baked bread, so I indulged. Holy cow! I thought I was going to end up in the hospital! The back of my throat started itching...not "getting a cold" kind of itching..but an allergic reaction kind of itching! (I know the feeling because I had a B-12 shot once and had a similar experience).

I can't imagine why my body would react so violently to wheat...afterall, I have only been abstaining for a very short period of time and I ate wheat before without problems...however, I am convinced - no more wheat for me.


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yup it's Nutrition Kitchen.  Very good.
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Two years and one month ago I stopped eating wheat and started all the steps towards the elusive compliance regimes. I'll never go back to wheat, corn or potatoes! I think the lower gut thing was the big thing for me and avoiding wheat. Painfull elimination ALL my life. Mystery as to why. Now I know.  On this thread I guess the fibro thing factored in as an impetus at first because that connection intrigued me. And it seemed to work for quite a while until this summer and my lower back has not been doing so well and this week I'm sidelined and really messed up and can not walk or move.  I'll not be eating wheat of course because that angle clearly has validity for many an -O- including me. This week in spite of my best efforts old injuries are reaserting themselves and one of the reasons I've avoided wheat has not saved me from this. I remain a true beliver in the concept this forum is based upon. This whole thing is undeniably huge! I must have another layer of complexity to sort out. I'm tempted to venture that like the typical spinal surgury patient I have had a powerful placebo effect worked upon my condition that has now been refuted. The timing is earily similar to repolrts  I've read of back pain sufferers. Two years.
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have you looked into any of the health series books yet, for more targeted food choices?


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