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Is it healthy to be a wheat-free, nut-free vegetarian?

Is it healthy to be a wheat-free, nut-free vegetarian?

It's your business: I'm concerned that you're limiting your food choices based on fad / "pop" internet disinformation. This will make your life difficult and especially make it almost impossible to be a good guest. The big studies show no difference between vegetarians and omnivores in longevity or any category of disease when we control for others things. Why not eat what you want and get into hardcore fitness? ...Read more

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Is rice milk gluten and nut free?

Is rice milk gluten and nut free?

Yes: Rice dream which is rice milk is gluten, nut and milk free. For more information on these products go to: http://www.Tastethedream.Com/index.Php. ...Read more

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Can too much bakery food cause ankle and leg swelling?

Can too much bakery food cause ankle and leg swelling?

Yes: A diet high in carbohydrates can result in water retention, which can show as swelling of the ankles. ...Read more

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Is a coconut classified as a nut? Is it allowed in a nut and peanut free facility?

Is a coconut classified as a nut? Is it allowed in a nut and peanut free facility?

No: Not a nut. It is a fruit containing a large amount of water and is called a drupe. All the best. ...Read more

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Can almond nuts help to lose weight on a gluten free diet?

Can almond nuts help to lose weight on a gluten free diet?

No: Although almond is good for your health if not eaten more than a small handful each day, it does not cause you to lose weight. However it is likely more satisfying than other higher-caloric foods and may lead to some weight loss if you are not an obsessive eater. There is no negative calorie foods else the diet industry would have long gone. ...Read more

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I'm on grain dairy/legume nut sugar candida free diet (nutritionist suggested it and still terribly constipated. What am i doing wrong? Help me please

I'm on grain dairy/legume nut sugar candida free diet (nutritionist suggested it and still terribly constipated. What am i doing wrong? Help me please

Fluid/veggies: Eat more vegetables and drink more fluids. You need about 7-9 servings of veggies a day to get the fiber to help with constipation. You also need about 45-60 ounces of fluid ( preferably water) a day to help the fiber work so you're not constipated. ...Read more

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Hwo can you follow a diet ?That is free of wheat, milk, egg, potato, soy, tree nuts and peanut?

Hwo can you follow a diet ?That is free of wheat, milk, egg, potato, soy, tree nuts and peanut?

Diet for allergic : Consulting a nutritionist should help you choose alternatives. Instead of wheat, you can have rice, oatmeal, barley, corn. Instead of milk, you can have goat's milk, for protein, you can have beans, edamame instead of tree nuts and peanuts. This is just a short list. Good luck. ...Read more

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I have yellow stools with seeds in them is this ok as i'm eating gluton free oat cerial it looks like i'm not digestion seeds or nuts properly. ?

I have yellow stools with seeds in them is this ok as i'm eating gluton free oat cerial  it looks like i'm not digestion  seeds or nuts properly. ?

Seeds don't digest : In general most seeds which are not chewed will pass through your digestive tract unchanged. You usually do not notice this as it is hidden in your stool. Changes in diet such as a gluten-free diet can often lead to changes in stool color and character. Certainly if you have any other associated symptoms such as diarrhea, constipation, abdominal pain or weight loss you should see your doctor. ...Read more