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Jane
Monday, July 22, 2013, 7:28pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I haven't tried the gluten free bagels in a long time.  The "pesto" pizza is actually really delicious.  You make it in the oven directly on the rack to get the crust a little cripsy. I have a couple in the freezer now.  Nice to cut up and serve with a glass of wine in someone stops by.  
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I love BTD, I didnt even read the GTD book. BTD made me know what gives me gasses, what bloats me and make feel SICK! And what foods gives me energy and makes me feel good. Having the gentotype diet recommending avoids was a shock to me, like A explorers can eat beef . I never thought an A could eat beef, "low acid in an A stomach..." But after reading about the Teacher, it was like talking about me! And none of the foods recommended for teacher is an AVOID for me, so I ordered a SWAMI to combine both
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Have you thought about the affect yeast overgrowth can have on food cravings?  Pizza is a classic yeasty food that many with Candida crave.  It's full of yeasty cheese and wheat which both feed the overgrowth.  


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You guys are funny sometimes!  It is strange how the same food can be "good" in one system and "bad" in another.  It is mind boggling.  I just looked at the price of SWAMI and I think I will just follow the BTD as best I can.   It works for me.  Especially now that I have all of your input!


Pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and start all over again.  Blessings, meribelle
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Here's more food for thought:

The other week I ate out for the first time in many months. The food order was out of my control. Among the things I ate was a steak which I had carefully scraped off as much of the sauce as possible.

Later that evening I had indigestion. Was it the sauce? Or was it something else? I know reasonably well from past experience over a long period of time and trials that wheat can give me reflux and there is some data that supports that view. The view may be incorrect but it is reasonable. Still, I don't know if the (tiny amount of) sauce was what the problem was that evening and I will never know. It could have been other things and may not have had anything to do with that meal - as convenient as it was to place the blame there.


Lloyd... my first thought was the oil they cooked it in.   I'm thinking that gave you the indigestion...
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Lloyd
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Lloyd... my first thought was the oil they cooked it in.   I'm thinking that gave you the indigestion...


Perhaps that.  

The point being I don't and won't know, not that I had a reaction and that my body was telling me something. Maybe it was, maybe it wasn't.
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Perhaps that.  

The point being I don't and won't know, not that I had a reaction and that my body was telling me something. Maybe it was, maybe it wasn't.


I had a counselor once tell me "Food will always tell you what's going on."    

Bad oils always screw up my gut.  I'm not healed enough for them not to.  
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soo beautiful Lloyd how you explain your efforts to evitate any no-goes ...but I think the more we're going to defend ourselves about whatever...the more the so called *needs* and "wishes" and *wantings* occure.... this all is due to our tricky mind....and last but not least our subconsciousness which is trained since our smallest childhood...no not true...conditioneerings are beginning before birth... justamente up to gestation meme before 1th trimestre... I'm nearly sure that all informations are and were always instantly available....but the enforcements happens due to our EGO... and that our mind isn't able to store any negative information... if so we need to transform it into a positive agreement!   to all involved  


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