Boundless …. who said anything about eating a whole CUP ? thats insane ! LOL
i was thinking about making some crispy snacks with it and an ounce would be
about 3 g of sugar and 16g of carbs. …. according to your link.
so you say … who eats an ounce of any snack ? well i do. in fact… there are times when i have one or 2 sweet potato chips…. and THATS IT ! i do this maybe once a week
sometimes…. i just want the taste of it.
for me…..the great thing about being wheat and grain free is that you dont have cravings to deal with….AND for me…. sometimes a mere bite of something is all i want.
so a few bits of something can be quite satisfying with no cravings to eat the whole mess of it. lol
thank you for providing that link…. i can see that chick pea flour could be something i can use in limited quanity.
i would also like to hear from Dr. Davis on this if he chooses to answer me.
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I was recently put on prednisone to help battle an ear infection
At first it was helping. Then I started flushing on my face and arms. The flushing was so bad it was like the worst sunburn ever. I had to keep cold compresses on it. Then I couldn't sleep and by chance I did fall into a light sleep I would have terrible night mares.
I just quit the Meds having a few days left. And now 3 days later still suffering.
Head feels foggy. Wake up feeling empending doom. Head aches bad.
Hopefully this will pass sooner than what u have read on others post.