when you get the chance. It's been pretty easy to adhere to, but I like to cook, and this diet's easiest if you eat almost ZERO processed food (like almost anything in a box is out, but there can be exceptions). At the butcher shop here they'll trim one double chicken breast into 5-6 nice filets. I've been just cast-iron pan frying those on high heat and the tiniest bit of olive oil...they are seared just like outside within 5 minutes, and I add them to a nice salad I buy from the best local grow...they have a warehouse open near Hillsborough Ave and 275. Bottom-line it has fixed and or certainly eased the symptoms of certain things, and I just feel better. Celiac Disease, a gluten-triggered, life-threatening disease runs in all families like mine, almost full Irish parents. There are a few things (a lot, actually) that hide gluten, including some medications, so learning everything is a bit of a process, but worth it. Give it a shot, DAWG! You might feel better. But you have to say good-bye to regular bread, though; gluten is the good shit that makes bread so spongy and chewy, and awesome. But I had a GF sausage, onions, and peppers yesterday that I wrapped in a corn tortilla I heated-up on high in a tiny cast-iron pan (cast-iron is the shit, bro; just get it coated with enamel and you'll have it forever). The corn tortillas were Mission, and came 24 to a pack, so obviously tacos would be gf too. And for the "gay and faggot" crowd, remember how you never heard about sleep apnea or the machines they sleep with except within the last 10-14 years? Whel gluten-intolerance/Celiac Disease is where sleep apnea was those 10-12 years ago...you're going to be hearing a lot about the dangers of gluten soon, and it's nod a fad or bullshit. Gluten is bad shit in very many people.