I’m going to try eating Gluten-Free. Help.

Youre going to be thrilled to know this gross information but I have chronic acid reflux and esophagus issues. I know, TMI.
After researching and long discussions with one of my best friends who also suffers from a somewhat similar condition, Ive decided to try going Gluten Free

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for three months to see if it helps me. Im nervous. I love me some Gluten.

Fortunately Boardman Bake Shop has my back. She gets that I need cookies and treats. She gets that I have feelings.
She gets that Gluten Free eaters are people too.
Do you have any Gluten Free suggestions? Recommendations? Psychologists?


8 thoughts on “I’m going to try eating Gluten-Free. Help.”

  • Found out I had celiac disease over a year and a half ago, and have been gluten free since. I miss gluten like I miss breathing sometimes, but it can be done. And there are some tasty treats out there for gluten free eaters. Some tips on the best gluten free products I’ve found so far: just about anything from Udi’s is great, especially their bread; Better Batter is the best gluten free flour mix around; best blogs for finding gluten free recipes are http://glutenfreegirl.com and http://glutenfreeonashoestring.com, although this one is ranking very high with me just for the cupcake recipes alone, http://glutenfreecanteen.com. Last tip is to stick it out and not cheat. If you suspect your issues are the result of gluten, even one tiny crouton can set you back for a couple of weeks. I let my tummy issues pile up for almost two years, and then ended up in the emergency room getting two blood transfusions as gluten had completely ripped my insides apart. Hopefully it will work for you. Good luck!

  • As a dietitian and someone who suffers from reflux I do not see any benefit from following a gluten free diet.

  • Thanks for the tips everyone!
    Melanie – I would love to talk with you more. I actually spoke to my doctor this afternoon and he suggested the simple-carbohydrate diet.

    • Know what throws me over the edge as far as reflux goes? Stress or alcohol. Be glad to look over your diet and see if I have any suggestion s.

    • There are a few things people give up when they go gluten free that would be good for anyone, like overeatings carbs, eating too many simple carbs or drinking. But if you aren’t sensitive to gluten, going gluten free can also mean giving up some things which are really good for you, like whole grains. They have simple blood tests these days to find out, but first consider the symptoms. If you think you may have it, have a talk with your doctor.

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