Did you cut out rice, corn, quinoa too?

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Hello, I have a question maybe someone might have experience with. Going gluten free for a month, did you cut out rice, corn, quinoa too?

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Ev 4 years 14 Answers 466 views 0

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  1. yes if only for a month try it, then add back in quinoa and rice. leave out corn.

  2. If you are trying to calm down your immune system and reverse Hashi you need to go cold turkey grain and dairy free. Those are inflammatory foods for people with autoimmunity( and not only) and should be the first thing to exclude from your diet…

  3. I cut quinoa because some of my tests showed a slight reaction to it….I have recently added it back, but in moderation.

  4. I just bought a book about Hashimoto’s diet and one of the recipes was sweet potato black bean quinoa patties with a yogurt avocado cilantro sauce. They turned out delicious but now I’m concerned about the quinoa I’m about a month into my diagnosis

  5. If you have symptoms and you are not in remission grains and dairy should be avoided at all times. Once you are in remission you can have some gluten free grains…and maybe some real plain yogurt…if you tolerate. When your gut is healed and sealed you won’t have a flare up and your immune system can handle it.

  6. thanks, I’m going to cut out all grains for a month, I will have to still have dairy as I am vegetarian and I would starve!

  7. No. There’s no gluten in them. That being said, I rarely eat rice due to carbs.

  8. Love quinoa my main whole grain for sure my body hates corn can’t go potty sore tummy bloated

  9. Cauliflower rice is an excellent option. It’s easy, cheap, and freezes well.

  10. thankyou for all your replies. I will slowly introduce them again to see what happens..

  11. Love caiflower rice 🙂

  12. always thought it must be horrible so i will give it a go.

  13. Did you seriously just say if she wants to reverse ha hoshi’s? You cannot reverse Hashimoto’s. My God at the ignorant things I read in this group. Look, if you’re trying to find out if you have a food intolerance, cut out all things that could be considered an irritant. I had them back in one by one and see if you have a reaction. Also, there are some things that your doctor can test for with blood work. These include things like celiac disease, which can have indicators and your blood but only while you were still eating gluten containing foods, to give you an idea if it’s something you even need to consider cutting out. For the vast majority of the population, including those who have Hashimoto’s and thyroid conditions, eating gluten and dairy is. These include things like celiac disease, which can have indicators in your blood but only while you were still eating gluten containing foods, to give you an idea if it’s something you even need to consider cutting out. For the vast majority of the population, including those who have Hashimoto’s and thyroid conditions, eating gluten and dairy is fine. However, of course there are people within that group or a lactose intolerant, we’re have celiac disease which would cause them to have an issue with gluten, or very rarely, non-celiac gluten sensitivity. There is absolutely positively, bar Nunn, no way to reverse Hashimoto’s disease. Even when you are not symptomatic, you still have the condition. It does not go away. It is something in your genetics. Once it is triggered, for whatever reason, be it stress, medication, or any number of things, that is it. It is like the expression you cannot unring a bell. Once the reaction has started, it’s not going to stop even when you are not symptomatic, you still have the condition. It does not go away. It is something in your genetics. Once it is triggered, for whatever reason, be it stress, medication, or any number of things, that is it. It is like the expression you cannot unring a bell. Once the reaction has started, it’s not going to even when you are not symptomatic, you still have the condition. It does not go away. It is something in your genetics. Once it is triggered, for whatever reason, be it stress, medication, or any number of things, that is it. It is like the expression you cannot unring a bell. Once the reaction has started, it’s not going to stop.

  14. Ignore all the weird typos and grammar errors in that I’m using speech to text

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