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    Default Meal ideas for food intolerances

    This morning I found it that I am intolerant to wheat, eggs, cow dairy and gluten.
    So no eggs, toast or cereal for breakfast.
    Any suggestions??

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    Default Meal ideas for food intolerances

    You can now get a lot of gluten free breads and cereals, you might just need to look into almond/soy/goat milk instead of cows milk , goat yogurt and fruit would be good too or boring but rice cakes with nut butters or avocado ?

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    Default Meal ideas for food intolerances

    We've got all those allergies in our house. We have -
    Gluten free bread toast with all sorts of different toppings.
    Toasted sandwiches
    Maple crunches, a gluten free cereal from freedom foods. It's a 'treat' cereal for our kids. Freedom foods have some great cereals.
    Rice porridge with mix dried fruit
    Rice milk smoothies with berries.
    Can you tolerate oats? Oat bread is great and then you could have normal porridge.

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    Hi Joey123,

    As I've been on your other thread I'm guessing your overnight discovery was based on a mass elimination? If that be the case, can I suggest forgoing the flat belly for a little while longer and testing each individually for a week. You may be intolerant to one item e.g. dairy and not the rest but have no idea as you've not specifically tested. Hence, you limit your options and nutritional availability unnecessarily!

    I know having gone through this process for DS that dairy and soy in bulk give me horrendous problems but all others are fine and items that contain small amounts of dairy and soy are also tolerable. :-)

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    Default Re: Meal ideas for food intolerances

    Quote Originally Posted by Nettle View Post
    Hi Joey123,

    As I've been on your other thread I'm guessing your overnight discovery was based on a mass elimination? If that be the case, can I suggest forgoing the flat belly for a little while longer and testing each individually for a week. You may be intolerant to one item e.g. dairy and not the rest but have no idea as you've not specifically tested. Hence, you limit your options and nutritional availability unnecessarily!

    I know having gone through this process for DS that dairy and soy in bulk give me horrendous problems but all others are fine and items that contain small amounts of dairy and soy are also tolerable. :-)
    Hi. No, went and got tested today and they were the ones that came up

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    Default Meal ideas for food intolerances

    So you have an allergy?? As in a positive skin prick test? Intolerances don't show up in tests which is why they are difficult to diagnose and need to be done by a process of elimination.

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    Default Re: Meal ideas for food intolerances

    No it wasn't a prick test, it was like a pen thing he put on my skin and I held a metal bar in the other hand

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    No it wasn't a prick test, it was like a pen thing he put on my skin and I held a metal bar in the other hand
    A what? What kind of dr was it?

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    Default Re: Meal ideas for food intolerances

    Rice bubbles with rice milk.
    Gluten free bread toasted with peanut butter.
    Fruit salad.
    Gluten free pancakes with agave syrup or fruit.
    There are a lot of options in the supermarket healthfood aisle now.
    They are good things to be intolerant to because it is common. You may find small amounts dont affect you (eg eggs used in cakes etc).
    Not sure what testing you had, I would do an elimination diet if I were you.

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    Default Re: Meal ideas for food intolerances

    Sounds like kinesiology?

    The Failsafe cookbook is helpful as a starting point, once you get your symptoms to a minimum tho it's important to try to expand your diet with challenges. And/or see a Dietician and have bloods done, if you haven't already

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