This blog focuses on gluten free food, BUT I’m well aware that it’s common for people with one sensitivity have another. Ex. I have Diabetes and Celiac because the diseases are autoimmune.
Here’s an example of why this section is in my blog: I actually have very few symptoms. In fact, when I was diagnosed I had no symptoms at all (found out through blood testing for diabetes). As a kid, it was VERY difficult for me to realize the consequences of me constantly consuming foods with gluten when I had no reaction. This is especially true as, back then, there weren’t a whole lot of gluten free options on the shelves. As a result, there were times when I had to abide by a lactose free diet because of having too many “cheat days” (unadvised), and, consequently, being unable to process the lactose. Thank goodness there’s so much research today. It put me in my place to say the least.
And then there’s the case of just trying to eat better (or differently). 🙂
All in all, here are some alternatives. Eventually, I’ll have substitutes up and other useful tips for getting the most from what you CAN eat!