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Old 06-07-2013, 05:47 PM   #21
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Yup, I feel the same way. You can actually lose a lot of weight with it. Cuts carbs way down. Gluten is also an inflammatory.

Most people with headaches, joint pain, and digestive issues can benefit greatly from a gluten free diet. However, everyone on here knows how hard it is to do.


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Old 06-08-2013, 12:25 AM   #22
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Get off your high horses children. More people wanting gluten free stuff means more availability and better restaurant options for coeliacs.

I get really sick and tired of sufferers bitching and moaning about the fad. Honestly it makes you sound like you are upset because you are no longer 'special'.

OP, really glad your beer turned out well, I'll be giving your recipe a try in the near future.


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Well, thanks for the productive and not at all patronising comment, there. Much appreciated.

We were more referring to the fact that we get classed the same as the people with the fad. So much so that people don't actually realise it is a real condition, and believe you can still eat gluten as you are "just doing it to lose weight".
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My high horse only eats certified gluten free oats. She is worth it.
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Get off your high horses children. More people wanting gluten free stuff means more availability and better restaurant options for coeliacs.

I get really sick and tired of sufferers bitching and moaning about the fad. Honestly it makes you sound like you are upset because you are no longer 'special'.

OP, really glad your beer turned out well, I'll be giving your recipe a try in the near future.
On the contrary, I'm pissed off that I'm not normal. As for more gluten free "options", I have to wade through even more crap with the nutritional content of styrofoam to get something worth eating. I am served contaminated food at restaurants because waitstaff assumes I'm just "on a diet" when I say I'm allergic to wheat.

The fad dieting has marginalized the disease.
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On the contrary, I'm pissed off that I'm not normal. As for more gluten free "options", I have to wade through even more crap with the nutritional content of styrofoam to get something worth eating. I am served contaminated food at restaurants because waitstaff assumes I'm just "on a diet" when I say I'm allergic to wheat.

The fad dieting has marginalized the disease.
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