View Full Version : Gluten-free striving for a clean diet
03-18-2010, 02:14 AM
3 years ago I discovered I'm allergic to gluten, soy and corn. Since then, I've been trying to make my diet as clean as possible. I'm not completely vegan, as I still eat free range eggs. My goal in this forum is to figure out how I can broaden my horizons. Between my allergies and my preferences, I've cut out the vast majority of food.
Thank you everyone in advance for teaching me how to live well while being healthy.
03-18-2010, 04:10 AM
I wish you everything you need to Become RAW.........
03-18-2010, 05:54 AM
I also have problems with gluten and eat a gluten free diet. I can appreciate the problems with eating a limited diet which is compounded for me by my preference for simple fresh food that excludes most recipes and all gourmet. The limited range of foods that I enjoy has caused me to become bored with my diet and resulted in a few "slips". These slips have reminded me exactly why I have chosen to eat raw and to stay raw. The only solution I have found so far is to not eat my winter foods during the summer. Even though the winter foods I eat are available during the summer if I don't save them for winter consumption I "hit the wall" of boredom in the winter that is most frustrating. I don't have this problem during the summer growing season because of the increased variety of foods available. So far starting with the winter of late '07 I have stayed raw ok by saving my winter foods for winter time so that when the harvest season ends and the variety becomes sparse my winter foods represent "new" foods to me and provide the variety I need. I know this sounds like just more restriction but so far I havn't been able to come up with anything better. Best of luck to you.
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