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So I have a rash from Eczema and I've been told to try cutting out gluten from my diet. I'm moving to Texas in a week and I plan to try to cut out gluten from my diet then since I'll be in a new environment. The main issue is that I love carbs and breads and pasta (I will find a gluten-free mac and cheese otherwise this is doomed to fail lol). I'm trying to stay away from packaged food which seems to be people's main suggestions. What were some things you did to cut out gluten/bread/ grains etc? What were some surprising things you found that had gluten in them? (I know beer has gluten)
Today is purging day for me. I have eczema and have had it for many years. My doctor told me it was idiopathic and to continue on dealing with it. He wrote me a script for the Cortisone, that is a bit more medicated than the over-the-counter. I want to rock climb. I want to climb in shorts on a wall with people who, as cool as they may be are not going to be grossed out by the patches on my legs and arms. It really isn't that bad, and I have a little more help with this article for the Daily Mail written on 2009 concerning a popular chef in London. This may help people who have a real suffering of eczema, as I hope it helps me. I'll let you know. So here is the article. It speaks mostly concerning the need to discontinue Nightshade vegetables and cut caffeine intake, which is going to be difficult. Tomorrow, I will cut down on the coffee, and I will give away the large amount of peppers I bout for the Paleo section my challenge. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1165509/My-cure-eczema-cutting-deadly-nightshade-says-MasterChef-judge-John-Torode.html