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Nestor Stark answered Sharon Carraway's question

I have celiac's myself, and yes, you generally have to steer clear of ALL beers, except for a few specially made for us. However, the previous poster was wrong when he said gluten is systemic solely to wheat- it is found in wheat, rye, barley, semolina, smelt, triticale and a couple others. Distilled alcoholic beverages … Read more

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like to do apples and other fruit and dipped honey mixed with chopped and roasted pecans.

Homemade falafel is great for the hummus dipping.

Carrots, cauliflower, and mushrooms are good dipped in salsa.

Meats, in strips, are nice to dip as a finger food into guacamole.

If you can make corn tortillas yourself out … Read more

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Nestor Stark answered Rohainno lumain's question

Galactose is synthesized by the body, where it forms part of glycolipids and glycoproteins in several tissues.

Galactose, also known as brain sugar, is a monosaccharide that is less sweet than glucose, but a nutritive sweetener, because it provides food energy. When combined with glucose, the result is the disaccharide lactose, also known as milk … Read more

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Do you get allergy type symptoms only when you drink beer, then you could be allergic to yeast. Symptoms can be sneezing, itchy throat, itchy eyes, stuffy nose to even throwing up. You could be allergic to the yeast in beer. Though if you don’t have these symptoms with bread then you could possibly be … Read more

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Orzo (Italian for "barley", from Latin hordeum), also risoni (It.: "big rice") is a form of short-cut macaroni, shaped like a large grain of rice. Orzo can be served alone, as a soup accompaniment, as part of a salad, or baked in a casserole. The best place to get this information is at … Read more

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Nestor Stark answered

Two other beer issues that you wouldn't get as severely (or at all) with whiskey or rum:
1. Celiac Disease or gluten intolerance - celiac disease requires a blood test to diagnose. Non celiac gluten intolerance requires an elimination diet. Beer contains gluten, but whiskey and rum are pretty much gluten free. I recommend you … Read more

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Nestor Stark answered

Do you get allergy type symptoms only when you drink beer, then you could be allergic to yeast. Symptoms can be sneezing, itchy throat, itchy eyes, stuffy nose to even throwing up. You could be allergic to the yeast in beer. Though if you don’t have these symptoms with bread then you could possibly be … Read more

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Nestor Stark answered

Two other beer issues that you wouldn't get as severely (or at all) with whiskey or rum:
1. Celiac Disease or gluten intolerance - celiac disease requires a blood test to diagnose. Non celiac gluten intolerance requires an elimination diet. Beer contains gluten, but whiskey and rum are pretty much gluten free. The best place … Read more

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Nestor Stark answered Anonymous' question

There are lots of gluten free breads out there. I dunno if you've heard of Ezekiel bread. While it's technically not Gluten free diet, people who are sensitive to gluten but not allergic can tolerate it because of the sprouted grains. I have a gluten sensitivity and have eliminated gluten from my … Read more

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Nestor Stark answered Summer Smith's question

I've been told lately that the spotting I have right now is from ovulation. Bloating and spotting are causes of ovulation. If it's mid cycle, 12-14th day of it, this could most likely be ovulation spotting. I'm not actually sure the percent of people who spot during ovulation, but many people now, I've noticed, spot. … Read more

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yes it's quite possible. Your period is the shedding of the uterin buildup that happens while it's preparing for the possibility of pregnancy. When that doesn't happen, then that extra stuff sheds and that is why you bleed and have your period.Ovulation Calculator is a easy and simple to use application to … Read more

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Yes, it's absolutely possible that you are having a long cycle!
I normally have a 28 day cycle but this month ovulated on CD 25, three days before my expected periods. I know that this is when I ovulated because I was using opks and charting my basal body temperature.
Now, I'm not 100% that … Read more

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Nestor Stark answered

Yes, it's absolutely possible that you are having a long cycle!
I normally have a 28 day cycle but this month ovulated on CD 25, three days before my expected periods. I know that this is when I ovulated because I was using opks and charting my basal body temperature.
Now, I'm not 100% that … Read more

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Nestor Stark answered Anonymous' question

In certain environments such as the female reproductive tract beyond the cervix, sperm can live for as much as five to seven days. The woman's cervical mucus gives this long life to the sperm. In other biological environments such as the vagina, sperm may live only a few hours. In contrast, the egg has a … Read more

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Nestor Stark answered

Yes it's quite possible. Your period is the shedding of the uterin buildup that happens while it's preparing for the possibility of pregnancy. When that doesn't happen, then that extra stuff sheds and that is why you bleed and have your period.I recommend you Ovulation Predictor through this you get instant of … Read more

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Nestor Stark answered Jasmine Brewington's question

Initially, her tale does not appear believable. She are not able to take a scan and be optimistic and abruptly take an different scan a couple of days later and be bad. It might need to be a minimum of every week or so earlier than that. It takes a even as for the frame … Read more

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Nestor Stark answered Anonymous' question

Yes those are signs of pregnancy but you should know that you ovulate 15-18 days after the first day of your period. What was your period like? Was it really light and shorter then normal. If so this could have been implantation bleeding not your period. If it was normal and you got pregnant after … Read more