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Ribbit
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I don't have stomach problems anymore.  I can't believe I'm saying that after having daily stomach aches for so many years.  The diet has healed me.


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I don't have stomach problems anymore.  I can't believe I'm saying that after having daily stomach aches for so many years.  The diet has healed me.


That would be my prayers answered. Stomach problems gone, joint pain gone, allergies cleared, I would be in heaven.


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I take it in Good N'Plenty form..

You crack me up . I love Good 'N Plenty's; I've been known to eat a whole box in one sitting.



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That would be my prayers answered. Stomach problems gone, joint pain gone, allergies cleared, I would be in heaven.


Keep on the straight and narrow.  It's all laid out for you.  All you have to do is follow the diet.


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Hello friends,
Since we are on the subject of bad stomachs, I never had a bad stomach since I found out that I am intolerant to wheat and wheat gluten,and may have also developed celiac disorder, I was just wondering if type A's are susceptible to celiac disorder or if it is just an immune disorder for anyone who is wheat and wheat gluten intolerant? There are some things on the blood type A diet that are beneficial but can't eat them due to my intolerance, such as spelt and rye bread or rye crisp.
I found a few websites that tell you what you can and cannot eat when you have this intolernce. It is quite important to follow it when you have this problem. So, not only am I following the blood type diet but also have to adhere to a wheat and gluten free diet as well, so will be quite a challenge for me.     
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being an A makes it less difficult...
As are allowed corn, and many gluten free products contain corn.

Os definitely have a harder time finding compliant gluten free options.....

you might benefit greatly by finding out your secretor status to fine tune your diet choices further.


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Alas Lola in Europe all baked wheat free food has corn and it is an avoid for Warriors and A nonnies. You are right that luckly as a secretor I have once ot twice a week some organic corn pasta really perfect also for Italians. Have a nice week-end !
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Alas Lola in Europe all baked wheat free food has corn and it is an avoid for Warriors and A nonnies. You are right that luckly as a secretor I have once ot twice a week some organic corn pasta really perfect also for Italians. Have a nice week-end !
Maria Giovanna


Can you find Rice Pasta? They make pasta with Brown rice and pasta with white rice here. Do oats bother you? I've heard they have gluten in them. But I know how you feel. I can notice a difference if I eat a wheat product, especially on my gut and my joints. Good luck!


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To sissalem;
No oats do not bother me yet, I read if you get the rolled oats or the steel cuts oats that should be okay and should not bother one with a gluten/wheat free diet. I also read that one should stay away from Quaker Oats tho. as it could contain gluten. I have always loved oatmeal and will have to stick with the right kind. I guess also you have to be careful of cross contaimination with some wheat free products. As far as the rice pasta is concerned, I know that our Kroger's has a rice pasta, but you have to be careful and cook it at the right time and not to overcook it, litle bit different cooking style than with regular pasta. Will have to try it sometime.
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Look for Tinkyada brand rice pasta.  It cooks perfectly.  The others get mushy.


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To sissalem;
No oats do not bother me yet, I read if you get the rolled oats or the steel cuts oats that should be okay and should not bother one with a gluten/wheat free diet. I also read that one should stay away from Quaker Oats tho. as it could contain gluten. I have always loved oatmeal and will have to stick with the right kind. I guess also you have to be careful of cross contaimination with some wheat free products. As far as the rice pasta is concerned, I know that our Kroger's has a rice pasta, but you have to be careful and cook it at the right time and not to overcook it, litle bit different cooking style than with regular pasta. Will have to try it sometime.



I've cooked w/ the rice pasta before and it's not so bad if you make sure to check it. But I always did that w/ regular pasta anyways


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You crack me up . I love Good 'N Plenty's; I've been known to eat a whole box in one sitting.


Finally! Someone here with a sense of humor!  
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Alas Lola in Europe all baked wheat free food has corn and it is an avoid for Warriors and A nonnies. You are right that luckly as a secretor I have once ot twice a week some organic corn pasta really perfect also for Italians. Have a nice week-end !Maria Giovanna


Hate corn pasta. It's too mushy no matter if you cook it 4 minutes or 7 minutes. I'd rather eat spaghetti squash..I found these bean threads in a Chinese grocery store, that I swear, are almost exactly like pasta. High in carbs though.
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