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    Gluten free bulk


    So im pretty sure i have a gluten intolerance because every time i have it i get really bloated and have horrible gas. there are a couple people in my family with celiac disease so i have reason to believe i might develop it too.

    the past couple months i have been eating only meat fruits and veggies (basically a Paleo Diet) but have dropped like 10-15 lbs. i have noticed my lifts are going down so i think it is time to put more size on. How can one more muscle to their frame being Gluten Free?

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    What about dairy, rice and gluten-free pasta?
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    Funny you should ask. im Lactose intolerant too. im genetically screwed
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    Use rice milk and a healthy rice based cereal. Eat a few bowls of that each day along with gluten-free pasta. Eat a few tablespoons of natural peanut butter and/or olive oil for more calories.
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    wouldnt rice based cereals contain gluten?
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    I guess i can always stick to good ole fashioned ezekiel bread, fruit, and sweet potatoes. Any recommendation on post workout carbs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by asavage24 View Post
    wouldnt rice based cereals contain gluten?
    Not unless they add gluten to it. This is what I eat:

    [ame="http://www.amazon.com/Arrowhead-Mills-Flakes-Sweetened-12-Ounce/dp/B001EO5SMG/"]Arrowhead Mills Rice Flakes, Sweetened, 12-Ounce Unit (Pack of 6): Amazon.com: Grocery[/ame]


    It's an organic rice based cereal that is gluten free.
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    QUINOA isn't too bad rice and pasta... Just need to eat more I would say
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    2 slices ezekiel bread, one table spoon honey, 1/2 banana with a glass of non-fat chocolate soymilk...can't beat that post workout for gluten-free.
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