Ahh, I read the labels....searched for a warning and nada..
so I thought this Lean Cuisine Glazed chicken was just right
for me to have as a quick meal...gluten was no where on the label...
But...like I said yesterday--I definitely had a reaction. Talked with LC on
the phone and they whole heatedly apologized, and said that while they
do not have it listed in the ingredients, their lines are not dedicated, and they
have wheat products on the same lines, so cross contamination is likely.
They are refunding me $15.00 and taking a note that consumers would like to
see some gluten free LC meals...sorry LC, until that happens you just lost a good
customer :( The lady on the phone was very nice etc, though I do think they should have
it listed on the label that cross contamination is possible, would have saved me a headache,
This continued feeling of wellbeing and general happiness, increased ability to handle stress continues. Other things I've noticed are little, yet big things...like being more likely to play with the kids:) a little thing in life...that REALLY is a BIG thing. It's not just about having the energy, and its certainly not about lost pounds (I'm still hovering around 230), it is about my body not being poisoned by gluten daily. If anyone out there even *thinks* you maybe gluten intolerant....give it up for 2 weeks, see how you feel, it could enrich your health by leaps and bounds....
MALNOURISHED AND 100 POUNDS OVERWEIGHT? IS THAT EVEN POSSIBLE????
Surely, I tell you it is. If your villi in your intestinal tract is compromised you will not
be able to absorb the nutrients, vitamin and minerals from your food....and you may
notice that food makes a fast pass exit through your body. Apparently in some Celiac
folks, they get underweight, and in some, a voracious appetite develops at times, because
the nutrients, etc are so needed by the body....your body goes past cravings and demands
you to eat to get these vital nutrients, minerals and vitamins. So you eat more (apparently in some people the body can still store fat when you have Celiac Disease;)
So here you are (or at least me:) hair dry, brittle and falling out! Vitamin deficient. Makes sense now...I could go on and on, but I have some other things to do today...I think you get the picture. I will post a link on it! By the way, my husband and I have both seen (no pun intended)
an improvement in our eyesight since going gluten free! Eyes need vitamins too! When we saw this we started using vitamin A cream too, thinking this would help as it goes straight into your skin, and low and behold, it does help!!!!
Curious about more information on how you could be Celiac and overweight/obese??? Here
is the link I promised you! Best to you on your research!!!
Hope you unlock your mysteries and feel better soon!!!
Keep on climbing that mountain, and
enjoy the beautiful view!!!!
Blessings to you,
& Stay STRONG ♥