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    Yes incredibly expensive! It's cheaper to buy the packets of bread mix than all the different ingredients, I am in QLD

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    Have a look on facebook you night find healthy eating/gf groups in your area, I am also part of a wholefoods co op through facebook as well

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    Ooh great suggestion I will have a look now

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    The website I use is two brothers foods, might be worth it of you are buying a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pregnor View Post
    I think there is a pizza base mix at woolies , gf can be very expensive to set up from scratch as you often need a few diff flours, xanthan gum, gf bicarb etc. What state are you in? I'm in wa, I buy a lot of my stuff online as postage is only $3 not sure about other states though. But the packets of flours at coles/woolies/healthfood stores is incredibly expensive

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    What sites do you use if you don't mind me asking??

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    Too slow!!

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    Just a quick update, we've been GF for 3 weeks tomorrow DS has had no sore tummies and no vomits he is still a little constipated but slowly becoming more regular yay! He had his 2yr check up this morning and has gained just under 800g in the last 3 weeks. His blood test came back positive for HLA DQ2 and we have now declined further testing unless we stop seeing improvements with the diet change. So far so good, his appetite has increased immensely and he is constantly asking for food and trying heaps of new things 2 months ago new foods were thrown on the floor and never went near his mouth.

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    Oh that is so good! I'm so happy for you that things are improving so much.

    Thanks for the update, it's always good to hear how things work out.

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    I just can't believe it he's a completely different child he's gone from being grumpy and lethargic to always having a smile on his face and a spring in his step I'm absolute amazed that changing something so simple has made such a tremendous difference

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    Yes, I know what you mean. The change was quite dramatic with my DD too.

    I am still so grateful that we worked out it was what she was eating. I shudder to think where we would be now if her GP at the time hadn't suggested it!!


 

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