It feels like a game. The prize is a having your cake and eating it too, without feeling sick after.
If I can’t eat gluten, What Can I Eat?
You’re probably already eating a lot of things that are gluten free. Not to mention that gluten free options are now becoming available at more and more restaurants and supermarkets. There are also a ton of great products that have always been Gluten Free. Give yourself more time when shopping for food. Read the labels, you might be surprised at all the things you’ll find that don’t contain wheat. It feels like a game. The prize is a having your cake and eating it too, without feeling sick after.
If you need to go on a gluten free diet, stop putting it off and just do it. Take it one day at time. Focus on the present moment. Don’t stress about the future and how you’re going to feel in certain situations. When those family dinners or work functions do come up, you just get through it. It can be hard at times, but feeling better is worth it. Besides, there’s usually a gluten free version or recipe you can make at home.
Websites like this one and many others like it, are a great resource for finding new recipes and reminding yourself that there are endless delicious options still. Try making a list of foods that you like that don’t contain gluten and you’ll notice over time that the list will grow larger and larger. It can be an exciting journey to discover a new world of healthier food, if you let it be. Just remind yourself of the good things about being gluten free, like feeling better and loosing weight.
Click here for a list of foods that helped me get over the first few months of going gluten free.
Great article, thank you
Great post I love the idea of making a list, very reassuring and demonstrates how you don’t have to give up anything just make different choices.
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Lists are always good!