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Delaine Ross

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Ok... I did my Whole30 in July and until this past Sunday hadnt had any grains of any sort. My friend with celiac asked me to have a gluten free pizza (no cheese) with her. I was disappointed that I had no immediate adverse symptoms and thought "man, I wish I had that kind of deterrent!" AND THEN....

3 days later, break out city! Ugh! Can't do it!

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I've been gluten free for about 12+ years. Before I started W30, I often ate gluten free bread, pizza base, cakes etc. But never again, when I actually read the list of ingredients it's amazing how little I recognise as actually being food.

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I've been gluten free for about 12+ years. Before I started W30, I often ate gluten free bread, pizza base, cakes etc. But never again, when I actually read the list of ingredients it's amazing how little I recognise as actually being food.

So true. I have a 27 year old daughter who tries to be whole30/paleo but she keeps trying to have bread. I tried to point out what was in that "bread", but she still tried it. Not a happy situation.

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Haha, slw600. yes, a mod said this. :) We have the same struggles and have to do the same reintroductions as everyone else if we want to really self experiment (which, IMO is the key part of the program.) :) you can have all the science and hear everyone else's experiences (which vary bc inflammation manifests itself differently in different people) but I'm stubborn enough that i have to feel like crap, miss out on sleep or wake up with serious breakouts (in my 30's!!) before I REALLY can make an educated decision on whether an off plan option is actually worth the consequences :) And in this case, the answer is NO! :-D

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Haha, slw600. yes, a mod said this. :) We have the same struggles and have to do the same reintroductions as everyone else if we want to really self experiment (which, IMO is the key part of the program.) :) you can have all the science and hear everyone else's experiences (which vary bc inflammation manifests itself differently in different people) but I'm stubborn enough that i have to feel like crap, miss out on sleep or wake up with serious breakouts (in my 30's!!) before I REALLY can make an educated decision on whether an off plan option is actually worth the consequences :) And in this case, the answer is NO! :-D

Yeah, I really do put you dear mods on the "never do anything naughty" list which is so unfair to all of you. :) I appreciate your honesty..just took me a minute to accept it.

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Oh..and if you tell me Tom has such struggles..or Robin..that's it..jumping off the bridge. ;)

Well, I can't speak for Tom (even I have trouble picturing him eating cake), but I do have a bag of Reeses Pieces in my freezer and some nasty reintroduction stories from this week (just finished a 45). I even threw away candy corn - which I'm pretty sure has NEVER happened before.

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Well, I can't speak for Tom (even I have trouble picturing him eating cake), but I do have a bag of Reeses Pieces in my freezer and some nasty reintroduction stories from this week (just finished a 45). I even threw away candy corn - which I'm pretty sure has NEVER happened before.

OMG...that's it..Robin you care about Reeses? Sigh. :) Next thing I know is that you will tell me Cinderella isn't real.

I actually just lost my job yesterday at 6:38pm. 9 years with the company, so not a small thing. I just admitted to JHMOMI that I took a bite of a loaf of bread. Oh well. Now I am admitting it to all of you.

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Good Ole Dervil (and that doesn't refer to her age :) ) always ready to save the say with Pinterest or a magic wand.

Aww...Sharon. Not really fun to go impulsively off track is it? It's something that I have been careful about NOT doing since W30 number one 14 months ago. Oh well..I can say it doesn't make anything better.

My new attitude is that I have worked full time since I was 16 (even had a personal chef business when my daughter was a kidlet) so this break is a good one. I had a very stressful job in health care, so I will take my time, do a lot of cavewoman walking, look slowly into my options and take advantage of free time.

It's nice to see all of you supportive and sweet cave dwellers to commiserate with.

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