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    Sure, I'll be back after the kiddies are asleep.

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    Cornstarch is a low GI carb and can be added to her juice or her milk on her cereal or you could add it to home made muffins with corn flour instead of regular flour and yes obviously using gluten free corn flour and cornstarch

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    Yes, we healed DDs gut with a combination of probiotics and fish oils.

    healed it from what ?? inbalance of bacteria or from Celiacs disease ???

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    healed it from what ?? inbalance of bacteria or from Celiacs disease ???
    Leaky gut. I believe coeliac's is an autoimmune disease which cannot be healed (i may be wrong) but she does not have this, it is an intestinal inflammation that is caused by intolerances to certain foods (and yes, bacterial imbalance). We have had sooo many tests done and she seems fine now that we know what to limit (dont need total avoidance now), plus the good bacteria has kept her well through winter - bonus!

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    Oh right I was thinking it sounded far fetched to cure celiacs with probiotics lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nowhere View Post
    Oh right I was thinking it sounded far fetched to cure celiacs with probiotics lol
    That would be great wouldn't it

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    I have no real experience with gluten-free eating, but I do know a little about Low-GI and I do think that if you avoid "gluten free" labelled products where possible, you could still easily get away with a gluten-free diet.

    She's obviously got to eat less carbs for that, so focus on non-starchy veges, good fats (oils, nuts, avocado, oily fish, etc) and that might help. Also up the protein where you can. Nuts, legumes, meats, dairy, eggs, etc... all pretty good for protein.

    That should help with the hunger. A little white rice on occasion isn't going to kill her, and since she'll not be having much other refined carbs (in the form of regular breads, etc), it's probably not that bad in the long run.
    Last edited by SassyMummy; 07-09-2012 at 22:25. Reason: NO real experience... not just "real experience." Totally changes the meaning! D'oh!

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    Default Re: Does gluten free preschooler = high gi diet?

    I will come back to this tomorrow. She ate some contaminant tonight and threw up everywhere. Not sure if it was the olive oil (unlikely), the nuts I let her nibble (possible, she didn't like them) or possibly some cheese on the gluten free crust of our pizza. poor thing is finally asleep.

    **Nothing spells as goof as typo splats**

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaOJ View Post
    That would be great wouldn't it
    Get-rich-quick

    **Nothing spells as goof as typo splats**

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    Cheese on pizza sometimes makes me spew too (not just since my op, but pre-op). I think cos it goes kinda oily and gross. My gut just doesn't like that.

    I'm not allergic or intollerant... it might be a once off for her too.


 

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