Low carb tends to be pretty good for this, since most don't eat anything with wheat or gluten. You might look to that way of eating, just eat more of the carbs that are allowed on low carb though, if carbs are not a problem for you.
While most low carbers focus on quantity, they also are eating better quality, because they cut our most foods that would be harmful. So you could clean up the quality by sticking to the approved list of foods, and then just adding more of the carbs. That is not only more vegetables, fruit etc., but if you want, you can eat from the maintenance list, so higher glycemic fruits, beans etc. that a person eating stricter low carb might take years to be allowed as they build up. So you would basically be just cutting in at a moderate level of carbs, skipping the lower levels
That would give you better quality that fits your needs ( no gluten, wheat ), but still allows you more carbs, since low carb isn't really you goal. Combining it with vegan recipes would be a big help too, since the carb parts of low carb are basically fruits, and vegetables. There might be foods that they eat that could be combined with low carb to give you more variety, like maybe tofu.Anything that is not containing gluten, or wheat based.
I would check out low carb and vegetarian/vegan, and just build up a list of foods acceptable to you, and then build a menu from those foods. Cooking food from scratch will also be a big help. Packaged foods sometimes have things added that are not desirable, and wheat or gluten can be in these foods, in small quantities, under names that don't sound like wheat or gluten.
"We can't solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them "
- Albert Einstein
“Whether you think you can, or you think you can't--you're right.”
- Henry Ford
| current weight: 179.6