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Re: [IPk] Gluten free foods



Hi Di

I will try these hemp bars then.  Can you buy them in health food shops or
do you have to get them by mail order?   Sasha does like milk and unlike
quite a few with celiac she doesn't have a problem with milk intolerance.  I
use milk a lot at night now if she is low.  It seems to work well then but I
had not thought of using it before sports. I don't think the Sasha will like
yoghurt drinks because she only like certain yoghurts.  Its so frustrating
to buy stuff and find that it not going to get eaten.

I will definitely try the 9 bars though.


Jackie

----- Original Message -----
From: "Diana Maynard" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: 09 November 2001 16:55
Subject: Re: [IPk] Gluten free foods


> Hi Jackie
> Here's most of us struggling with trying not to eat too much fat and carbs
> and you have the opposite problem :-)
> Actually Elizabeth had the same problem with not being able to put on
weight
> for a while, so she might be able to help with this. I think her solution
was
> to increase the fat, because she didn't want to increase the carbs and
wreck
> her control.
>
> Does Sasha like milk? That can be a good pre-sport snack as it doesn't
work
> too fast (for most people) and full fat milk has a fair few calories. Oh,
and
> how about the yogurt drinks? Some of them do have a lot of sugar so they
> might work too fast for her though. I can recommend the 9-bars that
Elizabeth
> mentioned. They are very tasty - not like some of those cereal bars - and
> they work quite slowly. I find them very good at keeping me going through
> dancing.
> Di
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