Wheat free diet

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    I’ll like to start this post with a thanks to Sargonnas (and my brother). Both people informed me of the dangers of wheat since then I have cut down my wheat intake and trying to eliminate it from my diet.

    I’ve read the wheat that is used for breads and pastas is not the same as it was thousands on years ago. It has been altered in a lab or genetically modified. The wheat is directly converted to sugar in your blood stream.

    I’ve tried to stick to a diet full of salads, berries, fruits, nuts, meats, and dairy. I’m also taking a multi-vitamin and bee pollen (apparently it is high in carbs, protein, and other vitamins and nutrients).

    I want to try to start to eat organic. I am just worried about the cost. This is something I need to look into. I’ve heard organic fruits and vegetables have more nutrients vs non-organic. Please correct me if I am wrong.

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    I’ve now decided to add Hemp hearts to my diet. These are small little seeds that are packed with nutrients. Hemp hearts have a lot of protein, carbohydrates, and a lot of vitamins.

    After a short chat with my mother I’ve come to think maybe at sometimes I have low blood sugar. I think I need to start adding more berries and fruits into my diet, especially in the mornings.

    Symptoms of moderate low blood sugar

    If your blood sugar continues to drop, your behaviour may change. Symptoms may include:

    Inability to concentrate.

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    A wheat free diet means I need to get my carbohydrates from somewhere else. I don’t mean candies and cakes. I mean berries and fruits. Your body and brain needs sugar to function.



    Hypoglycemia + being on this desperate place of the internet = adrenal fatigue.

    We are in the same boat.Your adrenals will never heal if it has to go through torture like low blood sugar.

    You must forget sugary stuff like candy,chocolate or bread.

    You need to eat complex carbs and needs LOTS OF PROTEIN from meat.

    Eat meat multiple times daily.Your breakfast has to be as much surving as a lunch.If you feel you are getting sweaty and anxious then drink organic orange juice but you shouldn’t wait to feel the symptoms and drink orange juice,just follow a good diet.If you know you will have a very stressful day or appointment don’t leave without taking in as much protein as you can.

    I didn’t even realized lots of my panicking in high school could have been avoided if I don’t starve myself to death and eat foods high in sugar.

    Remember the adrenals will never heal if you suffer low blood sugar daily because most probably the adrenal fatigue caused you to have hypoglycemia.

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    Good stuff posted by Steve.



    , would you say avoiding wheat as a complex carb is a bad idea?

    So would you suggest these complex carbs instead:



    -corn (genetically modified)

    I’ve already decided to add more fruits and berries to my diet. They’re considered complex carbs as well.

    Thanks for the advice about protein. I’ve been eating nuts throughout the day and some sort of meat (at dinner and sometimes lunch).

    Thanks for the tip about orange juice, however, I heard there are some additives in orange juice that give it that perfect flavour every time. Here is an article I researched that I think you should look at:

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    All in all, today I felt a lot better since I did have something to keep my blood sugar level. I think that is what makes me slur my speech sometimes. It also boosted my overall mood.

    I will continue to monitor to take an accurate sample before I draw conclusions. So far so good!



    Some nuts are inflammatory.Potato has lots of potassium but it’s a nightshade and cause inflammation too.

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    Brown rice could be the best choice for you.It didn’t work me as I am intolerant to all rices.After eating a serving I need to go to sleep.

    If it works for you then you are lucky!

    You can try going gluten free too.Give it a try!



    Nuts are so nutritious though. They have lots of protein. I don’t know what you mean when you say potato is a nightshade. I thought potassium was good for you? as long as you don’t overdose. Anything that you do in excess is bad though.

    What is the difference between brown and white rice?

    Gluten free – I’ll keep that in mind.

    btw, day 2 with a good intake of carbs, so far so good. Still trying to get the majority of carbs from fruits and vegetables. Although sometimes it is fine to eat other carbs on occasion. I am talking complex carbs, not simple carbs. Those are bad. I want a balanced diet full of vitamins and minerals. You should get most if not all your vitamins through food and not multivitamins, use the multivitamins as supplements.

    I try to take a multivitamin everyday in the morning as a supplement. Except if I run out.



    Now that I just started reading the book “Wheat Belly” this week. I was thinking maybe eating complex carbs might not be such a great idea. Wheat is obviously bad for you even if it is gluten free. It is genetically modified that makes it different than your grandmother or grandfather’s wheat from 50 years ago.

    What I was also thinking is….should I also try to cut out other complex carbs like potatoes and rice? Would these foods raise my blood sugar as much as wheat would?

    So far, I’ve been on a wheat free diet for 5 days. Things that I have noticed since eliminating wheat:

    -fuller for longer

    -acne is clearing up

    -not as tired

    -think more clearly

    I know before I was talking about a wheat free diet, but now I am convinced that I should get off it altogether.

    These are the foods that I have added to my diet:

    -green beans (more than usual)


    -eggs (I’m trying to add them back in)



    Just dont forget to get some carbs. Quinoa its very good. I dont think whole grains are unhealthy. But this needs more research, of course.



    Well I would be getting some carbs from my fruits and veggies. I just don’t want to eat foods that is going to raise my blood sugar through the roof and then in suddenly drops about 2-3 hours later. Apparently, that is what happens with wheat. The book that I am reading also says to stay from gluten free…I guess wheat that is gluten free is even bad for you.

    This may be a stupid question. How is whole grains different from wheat?



    I realized that sometimes in the afternoons at work that the reason that I cannot think clearly or speak properly is probably because I am tired and not the lack of glucose. At first I thought it was because of the lack of sugar, but then I’ve read that our body can produce glucose itself from the proteins that you eat and convert it to glucose.

    I’ve been trying to stick to fruits, vegetables, and meats & alternatives. Tomorrow morning I will continue with this diet and in the afternoon I will purchase a coffee WITHOUT sugar and milk and see if I can think and communicate clearly.

    Yesterday, I noticed that I was feeling drowsy in the afternoon right after lunch, so just before a meeting I decided to drink some orange juice and my energy levels increased and I was fine for the rest of my shift.

    Is there something I can eat or do to increase my energy levels in the afternoons besides taking something with caffeine or sugar in it?



    I found a website that lists 5 ways to increase your energy level without caffeine. Most of these suggestions I’ve heard before and even put into practice. The 5 ways to increase your energy is as follows:

    -breath of fire (yoga)



    -improve sleep

    -listen to high energy music

    You can read the original article at the following link:

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    Depending on your situation you may not be able to do some of the techniques they listed.

    Another interesting article about boosting energy levels without caffeine:

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    It says 3 reasons you may have low energy would be adrenal fatigue, nutritional deficiencies, or stress.

    The article goes onto to say that you could increase your energy levels by getting blood work done, exercise, eating more healthy fats, supplement with vitamin B5 or C, and get rest.



    Since I’ve been trying this low carb diet my acne has been clearing. I mean I didn’t have a lot of acne, but now I notice that it is slowly going away. There are still small ones here and there.

    I’ve been eating fruits, vegetables, dairy, and proteins. I’ve totally cut out wheat products, potatoes, and corn.

    I’ve noticed that I have more energy after my smoothie, however, those have a lot of sugar. All natural sugar? I sure hope so. I have also noticed the need to go poo after having one of these. Maybe it is the fiber? Their website claims that all their smoothies have 5 or more servings of fruit with no fillers. The place is called “Jugo Juice”.

    Their website is as follows:

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    After some experimenting I have noticed that my body needs carbohydrates. I have added potatoes and rice back into my diet. I feel a lot better. I notice that I can think more clearly. I have also been eating fruits that give me an energy boost and if I eat them during break at work I think I become more productive afterwards.

    I now know that all these foods have a role in my diet. Proteins, fruits and veggies, meat, and dairy. One food group may have more of something than another. For instance, dairy has more calcium than meat, but meat has more iron than dairy. You need a variety in your diet to give your body all the vitamins and minerals that it needs.

    Notice I never mentioned grains? I am still trying to stay away from wheat, however, I am eating everything else. I am allowed to eat oats, barely, and rye, as long as I stay away from wheat.



    I noticed those fruit smoothies, real fruit or with fillers, they have a lot of sugar. I think they should be consumed in moderation. I think in smoothie form it gets rid of the fiber. It is probably better to eat your fruit and veggies whole and raw, but if you can only get it in a smoothie, then all means go for it.



    its well known that fruit juices or smothiess, can make the sugar concentration high thus raising your glucose serum quickly, since they are in a state that helps it to be ingested easily.

    but you can look into low sugar fruits, aka blueberries, blackberries and strawberries and mix them with Yogurt and bee pollen…and 2 pinchs of cinnamon and cardimum and it here you go with a wonderful low sugar fruit snack.



    Thanks for the suggestion !

    I’ve just recently registered online at beyonddiet.com which I hope will teach me a thing or two about how to improve my diet.

    I’ve read that they suggest to eliminate dairy. I was wondering if dairy affects your body’s absorption of nutrients. I’ve actually heard a friend at work about whether dairy is actually good for you. I need to do some more research on that one.



    Here is an article about the harmful effects of milk:

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    I more or less kind of believe it to be true. I know milk is acidic (PH level) and it does have a lot of protein (bodybuilders use it to bulk up). Did we go too far by pasteurizing the milk? Now our bodies cannot absorb at least 50% of the milk that we drink.

    So my question is, what can I eat or drink instead of dairy products to give my body the calcium that it needs?

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