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Gluten Intolerance

PostPosted: Sun Jun 04, 2017 1:23 pm
by Kira
Hello everybody,
Something has been bothering me and I am looking for another opinions.
I started the OMS diet but alongside took gluten out. Two days ago I decided to have a little bread and today I ate 2 buns for breakfast. Now I feel so tired and fatigue. Also the skin on my hands got really dry.
I have not tested myself for gluten intolerance, but it sound as that is the case.
Has anyone else experienced such symptoms?
Thank you.

Re: Gluten Intolerance

PostPosted: Sun Jun 04, 2017 1:43 pm
by Valley
Hi Kira

I gave up gluten nearly a year and a half ago.
I posted before how I had always suffered from constipation, that has now gone.
I know giving up dairy helped but I was always a carb lover more than dairy. Although I did like dairy things to occasionally.
I know that giving up gluten for me completely compliments the programme.
Hope this helps!
Valley

Re: Gluten Intolerance

PostPosted: Fri Jun 09, 2017 10:19 am
by Craig101
I'm thinking of going gluten free for a few months myself. Gluten helps to poke holes in our gut lining doesn't it? Contributes to a leaky gut? While we are on the subject of gluten, gluten cross reaction foods is there much in that does anyone know? I believe our bodies see some foods as gluten due to their structures being similar, things like oats, millett, instant coffee, corn and rice. Could explain why i react to brown rice maybe?

Re: Gluten Intolerance

PostPosted: Fri Jun 09, 2017 12:06 pm
by veg
I don't do wheat well but an fine with oats (controller growing harvesting processing) and brown rice. I do avoid corn (not maize that's fine) and barley though I'll have the odd bottle of beer.

Re: Gluten Intolerance

PostPosted: Sun Jun 11, 2017 7:27 am
by Craig101
Odd disease isn't it. Oats for me are out unfortunately, brown rice looks the same. Just testing gluten/wheat now.

Re: Gluten Intolerance

PostPosted: Thu Jun 22, 2017 12:14 am
by LadyBug41
Hi Kira... I gave up gluten before starting OMS due to the link between autoimmune conditions, leaky gut and gluten. There are other proteins in wheat that are meant to be detrimental also. I haven't risked trying gluten again, but I have heard others have had similar reactions to yours. If it makes you feel rubbish, then keep away from it. :)

Re: Gluten Intolerance

PostPosted: Mon Jul 31, 2017 10:27 am
by Craig101
veg wrote: I don't do wheat well but an fine with oats (controller growing harvesting processing) and brown rice. I do avoid corn (not maize that's fine) and barley though I'll have the odd bottle of beer.


You mentioned beer Veg ever tried O'Brien gluten free light lager?

Made using millet and sorghum. Its not bad. More than bearable (( :