trogleplus
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Gluten-free diet for our son

Dec 06, '17, 10:59am

Hello. Our son has been diagnosed with IBS and we were told to follow a strict gluten-free diet. Please help.

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Re: Gluten-free diet for our son

Dec 06, '17, 11:53am

Well, while I find your asking for help from the KF forums very flattering, I'm not sure we are the best source of information.

I think the best thing is to start educating yourself on all the foods/products that contain gluten. Start locating stores that have a section for "health" foods, flours, oils, pre-made foods that will be gluten free.

Most importantly, read, research, and don't buy into the first thing you read. It won't be easy early on, but I wish you and your family well.
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Re: Gluten-free diet for our son

Dec 07, '17, 4:44am

a gluten-free diet may reduce symptoms, eliminate barley, rye, and wheat. you can find gluten free products in health food stores and grocery stores

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Gluten-free diet for our son

Dec 07, '17, 8:52am

Sorry if this is the wrong forum to ask for advice like this. When I am anxious, I just want to blurt out and ask for help. I am very concerned about our child's condition. I even researched some help like this article https://www.betterhelp.com/advice/thera ... d-therapy/ if it can help out oue present situation.

Thank you.

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Gluten-free diet for our son

Dec 08, '17, 6:23am

trogleplus wrote:Sorry if this is the wrong forum to ask for advice like this. When I am anxious, I just want to blurt out and ask for help. I am very concerned about our child's condition. I even researched some help like this article https://www.betterhelp.com/advice/thera ... d-therapy/ if it can help out oue present situation.

Thank you.


That's okay. If you want to be sure, why not ask for a second opinion. bring your child to another doctor just to be sure

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Gluten-free diet for our son

Dec 09, '17, 4:46pm

I would talk to a physician or a dietitian before taking advice from forum users like myself.
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Re: Gluten-free diet for our son

Dec 09, '17, 5:14pm

I'm on a discipline-free diet
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Re: Gluten-free diet for our son

Jan 10, '18, 1:54am

There are many online stores where you can find out gluten-free diet.

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