I feel the same way , if I only eat non-dairy and non-grain foods for a while , I feel that I really , really start craving both ! I eat very healthy in general and do try to " listen " to my body , so I believe , the signals it sends me , are quite accurate
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I eat grains and dairy! - Page 2post #21 of 298/31/12 at 1:33pmpost #22 of 298/31/12 at 2:16pmpost #23 of 299/29/12 at 6:40pm
CelloDad was BreadBoy: he was happy to eat three bread meals a day. Then one summer, boom, he became sensitive to gluten. I had to learn to cook all over again. Not to mention, I love bread too! After a while I realised that my periods, which had become crazy heavy, became manageable. So that's totally worth it. Now I have my children on reduced gluten, just to ward off the allergy for them - because there is nothing like a good loaf of bread.
We are dairy central, though. Mostly grass fed raw stuff. And we still eat all the other grains: teff, quinoa, millet, sorghum, going gluten free made me discover a whole new world!
Choose your rice carefully. I'm sure you've heard of the Consumer Reports report on arsenic in rice.post #24 of 2910/2/12 at 6:54pm
yes i too eat grains and dairy. rolled barley is my new find and i LOVE it. wish it was more commonly available. its made me dislike oats since now i find oats slimy.
but oooh i love me some meusli. yum yum yum!!!!
dairy mostly milk.
however had to cut gluten and dairy from dd's diet. had a huge impact on her tummy aches. the other night she gorged on friend's cheezits and the next morning she was doubled over in such pain she could not go to school. she is not a celiac but definitely sensitive to them.
so gluten and dairy is only for me - not dd. it is funny. her body is defining her taste. the kind of gluten she can handle she loves to eat (an occasional treat of freshly baked no preservatives bread). however pancakes at a sleepover - she can hardly eat even half of a tiny pancake. she has never liked burgers coz of the bread (i discovered later) and she has always prefered a burrito bowl from chipotle's rather than the flour tortilla wrapped burrito.
however interestingly enough when i can afford raw milk dd can handle it. if i get fresh bread from the local bakery OR if i do sprouted bread (all wheat based) dd can handle some of it.
when i was going through perimenopause i had to give up gluten. it made me SLEEPY. it was my sleeping pill. so for a while i only ate it for dinner.
however due to dd we do more gluten free grains. her favourite breakfast are brown rice nori rolls.post #25 of 2910/6/12 at 5:53am
One thing , I have noticed about myself is , that I can eat my own homemade bread without any problems , but the store bought , even if it is low ingredient , gives me gas at best and at worst makes me downright ill !
I don´t know , if it´s the enzymes they put into it or the enzyme/grain combo , but maybe others have had the same issue and can enlighten me a bit with their experiencespost #26 of 2910/6/12 at 1:17pmpost #27 of 2910/8/12 at 7:21ampost #28 of 2910/8/12 at 7:30ampost #29 of 2910/8/12 at 12:46pmQuote:
how about some buckwheat and rice flour mix pancakes? i sometimes eat them with mulberry jam mixed in Greek yoghurt, mainly coz the jam is too sweet and i need to figure out ideas of how to eat it.
yesterday i had 'lunch' for bfast. had a long day. ate buckwheat and lentils with veggies with a salad on teh side. took snacks for lunch.
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