thanks, i was thinking i would give it a month.
on a side note, I had red meat for dinner last night and today, more than usual pain and blood. similiar situation about 10 days ago after red meat....ugh
colitismastery: i have been avoiding beans and peanuts etc. only gluten free replacement product that i have bought is gluten free bagels and i didnt eat them the first 10 days. I do eat eggs, but i always have , and with no issues i believe.
its always something: i end up cooking 2 seperate things (or my husband does) something for my family and then for me. But i'm making really really simple things for myself, rice and tilapia with baby spinach, or a yam (microwaved) with some chicken and some sort of veggie, turkey burger no bun with some sauteed mushrooms, stuff thats easy to cook while i fix the other dinner!
breakfast is uncured turkey bacon, eggs, or 1/2 gluten free bagel, or bannana, lactose free yogurt, the occasional chobani greek yogurt(jury is still out if i can tolerate this)
i made a huge pot of scd chicken soup and put it in seperate containers to bring for lunch at work.
oh and snacks, i am a huge snacker: unsulfured dried mango from trader joes, rice chex and almond milk, banana, frito corn chips, kettle chips or pop chips occasionaly, sunflower seed butter and celery, or just a handful of dry rice chex.
stereo: i'll check the label when i get home, i had looked it up online and frito corn chips are supposed to be gluten free? i only had a handful 2x in 11 days though. I think i am going to doublecheck everything ive been eating for hidden gluten.
MaryA: i guess i'm hoping for the last of my uc symptoms to be relieved with gluten free.... what kind of symptoms do you still have? Also, once I'm gluten free lets say 6 weeks, should i try and reintroduce gluten to see if i feel worse?