Coming up to the ten year mark, I've been low FODMAPS for probably way longer than I should have. I recently had an appointment with my dietitian to discuss challenging some of the FODMAP groups.You'd think I'd be excited about the possibility of being able to eat new foods ... nope.Like most people I have an aversion … Continue reading It’s scary trying new food
It's really easy to moan about how crappy labelling is at restaurants and cafes. But recently I've talked to a few restaurant staff who are being driven crazy by people's requests for gluten-free food that's not really gluten-free, or requests for the gluten-free menu and then receiveing an order for something that's not gluten-free.Not sure … Continue reading You’re not just ‘a little bit coeliac’
Today is a short blog post, but it's full of interesting coeliac stuff I've been reading over the last three months.
In a bid to work out why I'm still having tummy ouchies, I recently made an appointment with dietitian Joanna Baker from Everyday Nutrition. We talked about how some of the foods that irritate my stomach don't seem to fit with the food groups that I'm already avoiding (gluten-free, dairy-free and low fodmaps). Joanna introduced … Continue reading Elimination stations
At a recent glutey group catch up, I met the lovely Irene from Skye Blue Kitchens. Irene makes delicious gluten-free, dairy-free ready mix packs that can be used to bake a variety of yummy goodies. Here's Irene's story and the reason behind the development of Skye Blue Kitchens."I was 15 when my dad was diagnosed … Continue reading Skye Blue Kitchens, and your chance to win something yum
Recently I went for a lunchtime stroll with a buddy of mine to check out a local Hamilton cafe. I wasn't really planning on getting anything to eat, but thought I'd have a look in the cabinet because you never know when you'll discover a new place to eat.Clearly labelled 'GF' in the cabinet were … Continue reading Gluten-friendly and the oaty slice
Jackie has had coeliac symptoms since birth but was only diagnosed as an adult. Here's her story ..."I was incredibly sick from birth with doctors taking me off different foods to try and find out what was wrong. My mother used to boil bones twice and sieve them for me to drink, or find goats … Continue reading Glutey Tales: Jackie’s story