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My health is deteriorating and in order to make it tolerable, I was told to be gluten free.

I’m asking if anyone knows of a professional food service that makes gluten free meals (ready made, fresh).

Cooking on my own is not ideal, as I’m Constantly in a brain fog and collapsing. Thank you so much and god bless.

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  1. I would suggest that you first, eat a piece of fruit. Which will give you the energy to secondly, google it.

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    • Rae Wright Rae Wright says:

      Don’t be that girl. Be nice.

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    • Rae Wright I’ll be whatever woman I want to be, but what’s rude about encouraging someone to eat some fruit and look for something themselves? Im a mom, I do this 10 times a day. This person is going to make it. Fruit will help. (Seriously…they had the energy to type the post, they have the energy to google.)

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    • I don’t necessarily see your comment as rude but it’s hardly helpful. I’m sure this person has tried a lot of things to help themselves.
      Sometimes you get so exhausted by things not working so you reach out for help and suggestions.

      I’d just keep it to yourself next time. People need help. I don’t think it’s right to be acting like they do nothing for themselves when in reality they’re exhausted from doing just that.
      Just my 2 cents.
      But I personally find it beneficial to stand in the other person’s shoes before acting judgemental.

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    • I have, actually. Guess who got it sorted out for me? Me. Took years, and yes, it was exhausting and painful. What I really enjoy is being told not to be judgmental by someone who is judgemental. Sometimes, being real IS more beneficial than being “nice”.

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    • Maja Black Maja Black says:

      Shoutout Edmonton

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    • Rae Wright Rae Wright says:

      Christa Forsythe. Amen to that!!

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    • Brandon Hogg Brandon Hogg says:

      @Christa Forsythe – if you do not have anything nice to say – or helpful to add, please take your commenting elsewhere

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    • Christa Forsythe so if for the amount of time it took her to type this, if she could have googled instead…Maybe instead of typing the message you typed you could have directed her in the right direction from all you’ve learned.

      What I’ve learned in my journey is that, just because I struggled and HAD to do it on my own…Doesn’t mean everyone else has to. Kindness goes a long way. I guess you’re just not that person and that’s ok too.

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    • Out come the morality police… here’s what it boils down to, in regards to my post, and yours: opinions folks, that’s what was asked for. You could also skip on by. I feel perfectly fine about my opinion, and don’t really care what any of you think about that. But, post on. It doesn’t matter one way or the other to me.

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    • And we are posting as you suggest. But if it doesn’t matter to you I’m unsure of why you’d even assure or convince us about “opinions”. And continue…

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    • Andrea McLellan I’m not convincing anyone of anything. Responded to some, yes. I don’t care if anyone sees it my way. It’s my opinion.

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    • (I was expecting that exact response btw, and we could go around in circles, but what’s the point?)

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    • Renee Huff Renee Huff says:

      Christa, out of all the comments on this topic, yours is the only one I found the most helpful.

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  2. If you were not given a blood test you shouldn’t bother to waste money. Stick to fruit and veggies.

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  3. Amanda Nic Amanda Nic says:

    I have had to do the same thing.
    There are alot of gluten free options out there and it does not cost a arm and leg.
    If you want feel free to message me

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  4. Many restaurants/fast food type places have options. All fresh veggies/fruit are safe and easy to eat & you can get gfree breads, muffins, crackers, etc that are also easy:) Sounds like symptoms of celiac or allergy so I think once you give it a few weeks eating gluten free you’ll feel a lot better! Feel free to message me with questions:)

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  5. Rae Wright Rae Wright says:

    Come check out all the options we have at your local M&M’s. We have plenty of Gluten Free meal ideas such as breaded chickens, prepared meals, desserts and frozen veggies. I’m sure you’d be quite satisfied with our selection and have plenty of locations where you could go.

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  6. Mealife has some gluten free options. They prepare them and deliver them right to your door. Mealife.com

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  7. Celebrate gluten free – they’re on here, give them a call / message.

    Fife n dekel also does gluten free meals

    Hit up kininick they specialize in gf , their whole store is a gf bakery.

    In your grocery store – superstore is the best, for their GF Isle. Frozen.

    If you’re in brain fog, start getting fruits and veggies into you, lots of water, cut out caffeine as it’s a hinderance.

    Going gf is not an easy task, but you can also contact our local Celiac Association for help.

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  8. Schar Gluten free bread is amazing. It is expensive but actually tastes and feels like real bread. Padminadi has amazing options as do a number of places. Check out Celiac Edmonton for options and go to oone of thier meetings. Get a nutritionist or dietitian to help you out as well.

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  9. The Backyard Basket does!

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  10. Lynn Rose Lynn Rose says:

    Meals on Wheels

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  11. Celebrate gluten free…

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  12. Ned Sanchez Ned Sanchez says:

    Do you have celiac disease? I do and the diet sucks. Unless you have CD, a gluten free diet will not benefit you at all. If there is any thing healthy about an absolutely gf diet, it’s that you can’t eat 99% of processed food or at restaurants at all.

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    • Liz Johnson Liz Johnson says:

      Or a diagnosed wheat allergy. My kid is super allergic to wheat (allergist confirmed) and it sucks trying to feed her at restaurants. Kids menus are breaded everrrrrything

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    • I have menieres not CD & I can’t eat gluten either. So that’s not entirely true. Gluten is a trigger for my vertigo attacks.

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  13. I agree with this !

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  14. Rio Vita bakery. Has gf pizza bread, calzones, perogies, bread, dairy and gluten free donuts, Wendy’s has the taco salad that is gf, soda jerks has gf options, tom hortons chili and potato bacon soup is gf. In the grocery store they have gf burritos. The best peice of advice is to clean out you home of glutenous stuff in your pantry (spices, dips, prepackaged spice mixes)and in your bathroom (soaps, toothpaste, shampoos, handsantizers, ect) and cook for yourself first. It’s overwhelming and I know that you are trying to make it easy, but you need to clean you gut first. The best way is to cook for youself, less chances of cross-contamination. If you are celiac, then you’ll need to invest in a new toaster and new conciments (pb, jam, butter) Then you can slowly add other things into your life. Then you can tell if you have gotten sick off of any one food (place) easier. Fruit, veg, meat, gf toast, ect.

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  15. Sue Dubya Sue Dubya says:

    Check with a dietitian, or Meals on Wheels. I’m guessing perhaps they have options available to you.

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  16. Did your doctor actually test you? If not then get them to do so.. you can cook rice, potatoes, veges, and meat, easily enough at home.. just no bread or wheat pasta.. it’s not that hard.

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  17. Simply supper has many gluten free options. They prepare them but you’ll have to cook the meals. Possibly an option for you if you can’t find anything else

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  18. Rae Wright Rae Wright says:

    I’m sure its a disease and not a lifestyle here.

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  19. Crystal Quan Crystal Quan says:

    Kinnikinnicks have great stuff

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  20. Eat Clean St.Albert

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  21. Sharon Swan Sharon Swan says:

    Gluten free awhile ago was hard to get .. but now gluten free every where in grocery stores restaurants …. recipes on line … if you want something when shopping you just have to read the ingredients and make sure no flour wheat in product … she bought a vitamix to make her own corn flour .. etc … my friend is gluten free and does very well ….

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  22. Lots of great options these days compared to way back in 2006 when I was first told to go gluten free. Most restaurants have great gluten free recipes. However, depending on other sources you’d have to worry about cross contamination. Earls has the best warm potato salad. It’s gluten free and is a huge portion. Are there other Health issues that need to be looked at and remedied so you’re able to cook? I hope so. I’d see a dietician and a naturopath and get some great ideas for home and health. Best of luck.

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  23. I love how meat, nuts, seeds, fruit, and veggies are all gluten free, but that doesn’t make then healthy.

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