After a lot of research, this new route is looking positive. What a blessing that would be! It will still be a long, tough road but I think it is at least headed in the right direction. I’m on week 2 of my new supplement routine and have worked out a schedule for everything so I stay on track. I’m hoping to see some improvement soon. I have managed to get a couple of decent nights’ sleep which is much needed and feels awfully luxurious.
|Egg Bites for Breakfasts!|
Because of this new path, I have new dietary restrictions. We have added chicken back into my diet since I am desperately in need of protein. Yay! Tonight, I had chicken for the first time since September 2017. It tasted amazing! However, because of the Celiac, all gluten is forever gone. That was difficult but doable. The tough one was losing nightshades. All peppers, white potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant, etc… That has turned into a royal pain! You’d be surprised what all they are in. (hint: everything!) But you do what you must.
|Slow Roasted Teriyaki Chicken. It was amazing!|
Tonight, I spent time with my brother and father food prepping for the week. We made egg bites for breakfast, teriyaki chicken with fried rice and broccoli for lunch, and turkey meatballs for dinners. The boys are both on a diet to help with the CrossFit routine they are following. They very sweetly decided to alter their meals a little to include me so it would be an easier transition into these new restrictions for me.
|Dada frying steaks for his and Sam's egg bites.|
I'm back on chicken and turkey but still off red meat. Too inflammatory...
We always shake our heads when people say, “well, I could never give that up”. You do when it makes a difference in your quality of life. When you can no longer walk because gluten is tearing your body up, you do whatever it takes to reverse that. If living a normal life means giving up certain parts of your diet, you do it gladly. While inconvenient, it seems a small price to pay. On the upside, you stay fairly slim and fit when your food is so anti-weight gain.
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