I requested the book from the library, look forward to reading it. I agree, all those things are unnatural to have after you've eaten. I'd be interested to see how people look before/after gluten. I'm going to Google it.
Thanks, I'll look for that book at the library next time. You're right, it probably is a matter of getting used to no grains/bread, like anything else. Do you find you react strongly now when you eat it, after being off it? 1753 days ago
How do you manage to avoid grain and breads? I agree with you on people not knowing they are having food allergies. I've read how it is really unnatural for humans to drink milk after being an infant. I think that is a very good point. I have Almond or Rice milk instead of regular for cereals, etc. but regular milk is in a lot of recipes I make. I didn't know that about whole, I think it wasn't good because it is fattier. We use 1%. Something to look into I guess.
Your dairy alternative suggestions are great, thank you.
I am going to talk to my doctor about it and see what she thinks. If it is what is causing my problems, it is worth getting rid of.
Thanks for your comment on my blog. I'll look at your blogs for your one on fitspo. I think it can be positive and encouraging, but at the same time, seeing those 'perfect' bodies all the time can really get a person down and feel like they wont be like that....and most likely they wont. I know I wont. I am okay with that now :-)