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    Default Re: Meal ideas for food intolerances

    Thanks to everyone who has been helpful with meal idea! Some great ideas there!

    I understand that some people are sceptical. I was too at the start, but it seems to ring true with me. Only time will tell.
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    Quinoa porridge or if you google quinoa breakfast bakes some great recipes come up.

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    Quinoa is delicious but I'm sorry, that method of diagnostics sounds like a crock, so I don't have anything constructive to add other than that you should have the diagnosis confirmed by an actual doctor and specialist before cutting out so many things from your diet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joey123 View Post
    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
    Was it a naturopath?

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    Quinoa is delicious but I'm sorry, that method of diagnostics sounds like a crock, so I don't have anything constructive to add other than that you should have the diagnosis confirmed by an actual doctor and specialist before cutting out so many things from your diet.
    Well I wasn't asking for your opinion, I was asking for suggestions on meals. Thanks anyway

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    Default Meal ideas for food intolerances

    Lol
    Fruit salad
    Cornbread and baked beans
    Creamy polenta
    Rice pudding
    Blt made with the right bread obviously

    10 yrs ago these sort of intolerances would have been a hard task thank goodness we have become more accepting of not consuming gluten and dairy!!!!!

    Goodluck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joey123 View Post
    Thanks to everyone who has been helpful with meal idea! Some great ideas there!

    I understand that some people are sceptical. I was too at the start, but it seems to ring true with me. Only time will tell.
    We did something similar to diagnose dd1&dd2's intolerances, and life is infinitely better since we did it. They couldn't tell us definitely what food was the issue, but they definitely pointed us in the right direction. We are off dairy, wheat, additives, psyllium, sesame seeds and I think that's it. According to the allergist, only dairy is a problem. So yeah I get what you are doing OP and have come across my fair share of sceptics. Which I can understand as well, I wouldn't believe it unless I had seen it in action time after time. Good luck with your diet

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    Bacon is not gluten free.
    Sometimes when you cant get an answer you try anything, I understand why you did that form of test. Good luck.

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    Whilst I'm skeptical of th dx process, my kids have been intolerant to the same foods (dx by qualified dr with guidance by a dietician), I found the answer was not to look at what you can't have, but to make a list of all what you can have.

    White rice is NOT your friend by the way - its akin to eating a spoon of sugar

    We've become ingrained (no pun intended) to what is 'normal' to eat for breakfast. Once I stopped looking at conventional meals I was able to feed my kids a wider range of 'foods'

    Breakfast; sago, wf gf mueslis, ancient grains, fruit salads, soy yoghurt, wf gf breads, baked beans, stewed fruits with sweat polenta, quinoa porridge, wf gf df custards with fruit, baked bananas,


    And. check, check, check - read EVERYTHING before you buy it and be aware of 'bits' of foods - for example casein is a cows milk derivative, maltodextrin can be wheat based, glucose from wheat in lollies can cause a reaction whereas corn syrup is generally okay for my kids.


    Personally I'd get a second opinion and guidance from a dietician. I did get a second opinion for my kids.

    Good Luck.

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    Yes it is, most bacon is definitely gluten free, there are some dodgy cheapo mixed brands that aren't, but I have come across one that wasn't only once.

    Quote Originally Posted by MummaOJ View Post
    Bacon is not gluten free.
    Sometimes when you cant get an answer you try anything, I understand why you did that form of test. Good luck.


 

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