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candylee
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   Posted 9/18/2013 10:35 AM (GMT -6)   
eyes i dont know where to start on my diet does evevrything i buy at the store going to say glutten in the ingredeance or should i also look for other ingredeances

kazbern
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   Posted 9/18/2013 11:59 AM (GMT -6)   
You should start by not buying processed food at the store unless it specifically says GLUTEN FREE.

You may have to learn how to cook, I don't know what kitchen skills you have, but you are going to have to be your own cook until you get a handle on things.

Shop the outside aisles of the store. Fresh fruits and vegetables, dairy products and juices, fish and meats - these are all gluten free.
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50 yrs old, IBD diagnosis in spring '01. Proctitis, gastritis, ileitis.
Currently taking Pentasa (3g/day)generic Colazal (96 pills/day), Sulfazine (1.5 g/day), Prevacid, folic acid, vit. D (2K iu), flax seed oil (2 tsp/day), psyllium (1/2T daily), mesalamine enema as needed. Gluten free as of 5/30/11. Colonoscopy found no evidence of inflammation on 8/16/1

candylee
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   Posted 9/18/2013 2:04 PM (GMT -6)   
thank you so much i just came back from walmart and they didnt have hardly any glutten free food do you know of a good place turn

Lanie G
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   Posted 9/18/2013 2:37 PM (GMT -6)   
Candy, what kazbern is saying is that you should eat fresh food and not packaged food. Some fresh protein (meat, chicken, fish) and fresh or even frozen vegetables, salads. Check out Google for lists of food with no gluten.
Lanie

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diabetes type 2 controlled so far by diet and exercise
very low carb way of eating

kazbern
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   Posted 9/18/2013 2:48 PM (GMT -6)   
Walmart is not a good place unless they have a really good fresh food section. A more traditional grocery store is where you probably will do better.
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50 yrs old, IBD diagnosis in spring '01. Proctitis, gastritis, ileitis.
Currently taking Pentasa (3g/day)generic Colazal (96 pills/day), Sulfazine (1.5 g/day), Prevacid, folic acid, vit. D (2K iu), flax seed oil (2 tsp/day), psyllium (1/2T daily), mesalamine enema as needed. Gluten free as of 5/30/11. Colonoscopy found no evidence of inflammation on 8/16/1

candylee
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   Posted 9/18/2013 3:46 PM (GMT -6)   
what about something sweet like cookies do they make anything like that and does coffee,icecream,or chocolate have gluten eyes

kazbern
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   Posted 9/19/2013 8:00 AM (GMT -6)   
Yes, there are gluten free cookies. Probably not at Walmart.

Coffee does not have gluten. It is only coffee.

Ice cream does not have gluten unless it is something like "cookie dough" or "fudge brownie." Get the ice cream that is ONLY ice cream.

Same with chocolate.
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50 yrs old, IBD diagnosis in spring '01. Proctitis, gastritis, ileitis.
Currently taking Pentasa (3g/day)generic Colazal (96 pills/day), Sulfazine (1.5 g/day), Prevacid, folic acid, vit. D (2K iu), flax seed oil (2 tsp/day), psyllium (1/2T daily), mesalamine enema as needed. Gluten free as of 5/30/11. Colonoscopy found no evidence of inflammation on 8/16/1

candylee
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   Posted 9/19/2013 8:46 AM (GMT -6)   
thankyou
try try and try again
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