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    Default Dairy free, grain free, sugar free

    So DS has some gut issues (leaky gut to be exact) and we need to strip back his diet to dairy free, grain free (not just gluten free but no grains) and sugar free (except some fruit).

    Which is fine, I can handle it, but the recipes are boring as bat poop.

    So any recipes would be awesome!


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    Hi there!

    I came across this website when looking for recipes for my nephew who has loads of allergies.

    If you haven't seen it already, she cooks grain, refined sugar, and lactose free...

    http://www.againstallgrain.com/

    Hope it helps!

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    Maybe google the Paleo diet? I think it will likely help since it avoids these things...

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    Maybe eggs and fruit for breakfast, if you want to make it more filling you can add spinach, onion and capsicum, it tastes good too. Sprout has dairy free cheeses if you want to make omelettes, and they have coconut yoghurt but I have never bought it or checked the label (other than to find out it was gluten free, dairy free and no animal content) so no idea about sugar content. Lunches could probably consist of salads and cold meat. I have lots of dinner dishes, can he have rice? Snacks probably can just be fruit, veg and yoghurt if you find one suitable.


 

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