Monday, March 5, 2018

Food Allergies?

Have you ever noticed that when you have a new limitation put on you, ideas for solutions are harder to come by?  I don't know if this is true for everyone, but it definitely is the case for me.  Lately Scooter has been having tummy troubles.  Quite often soon after eating, or even in the middle of a meal he will say his tummy hurts.  When we talked with the pediatrician he said it was most likely a milk and/or gluten allergy.  We have been watching for a while and haven't been able to rule out one or the other.  I finally decided to take a week and cut out all dairy.  Then if the trouble persists try a gluten free week and see how that goes.  I know there are many meals that don't have to have dairy in them, however I now find myself having a hard time coming up with very many.  Particularly breakfast and lunch (that a 5 year old will eat) meals.
Do any of you have suggestions of meals or tips that could help this path of discovery go better?


Amy Hintze said...

That is tough. I like to do things with eggs, as long as you leave out the cheese, and don't use butter on the pan. If they like veggies, mix some onions and peppers, maybe tomatoes and mushrooms, into the eggs. No dairy in sausage, toast or OJ either. And oatmeal is great without milk--just add a little extra water, and put in some raisins or craisins or nuts. For me, going gluten-free would be a lot harder. Make sure the milk isn't the problem before moving on to that possibility. I tried it for three weeks and it just about killed me. But nowadays people have tons of recipes if you look up Keto Diet on the internet that sound good and are bread-free.

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