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  • jill.lincolnshire says:

    Thank you for adding me x

  • oorconnie56 says:

    Thank you for allowing me to join. I am 56 yrs old and only diagnosed with Coeliacs 6 weeks ago. I had been quite poorly and had just been diagnosed 2 months earlier with underactive thyroid…I wasn’t feeling any better so further tests resulting in an increase of levo….and a referral for Endoscopy….4 biopsies revealed quite pronounced Coeliacs. I am following to the best of my knowledge a gluten free diet…not easy as I’m also not allowed certain foods re thyroid…..so this forum will give me good tips to stay well

  • Jules says:

    thank you for let me Join I love Abrby”s and haven’t been able to eat in one for the last 11 years since I have Celiac

  • jelsaunt says:

    Many thanks for allowing me your free membership of the Gluten Free Works. I have found many of your articles and videos extremely useful over the past few years and look forward to accessing many more.

  • mcclafferty84 says:

    Thank you for adding me. I was diagnosed gluten intolerant 2 years ago and have been quite well until recently. So just looking at ways that can help me get back to feeling healthy again. Perhaps there are other foods I ahve a pronlem with. Looking forward to reading your posts.

  • kclendening10 says:

    Thanks for adding me. I have been diagnosed a little over a year and I use to believe this was not a real thing. Jokes on me!!! I have become so allergic to gluten that it is just not gluten that I ingest but come into contact in any form. To say my life has changed dramatically in an understatement. I use to bake everything from scratch and now I don’t enter the kitchen. I have lost so much weight I am consider malnourished. I have no appetite and am looking for guidance and ideas from anyone that can help. I was also diagnosed with lupus a few months before the gluten allergy so my immune system is shot. Anyone with ideas I am ready to try anything. Just want to feel good again. Thank you!

    • Hi. Your situation is pretty much in line with a lot of people. The best thing you can do is learn as much as possible and determine what is the underlying causes of your ongoing symptoms like lack of appetite and weight loss. The Gluten Free Works Health Guide will really help you in this way. It will help you quickly figure out what is wrong, what is causing it, and how to fix it. Most problems are directly or indirectly due to nutrient deficiencies. The Health Guide tells you which ones and which foods to eat and supplements to take to replenish them. Check out the Health Guide, subscribe and let me know if you need more help. You’ll get there. In a few months, you won’t believe how great you feel. -John :)

  • Dogwalker252 says:

    Thank you!

  • armymommy2 says:

    Thanks for the Add, Merry Christmas

  • Billie McMahon says:

    WheWhere can I find the gluten free conversion chart for typical re. Recipes?

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