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Day 4 Of My Gluten/Food Intolerance Challenge

I woke up this morning and I’m still alive. Today is the start of day four of my major food challenge. I have been going for the gluten, some nightshades, and seafood. Basically choosing

36 Hours Until I Go For The Gluten…

36 hours from now I begin the main part of my food challenge. First thing I’m going to eat is a real croissant. And then maybe an almond one. And hopefully this next month

Day 8 Of Food Challenge

I woke up this morning feeling pretty good, not thinking I was having any reaction. It’s a new week in my progressive food challenge where I reintroduce the foods I have identified as problematic

Ramping Up the Food Challenge–Day Five

Today is day five of my ramping up my food challenge, as I am having an upper endoscopy on June 21 to see if I have eosinophilic esophagitis. This disease appears to be more

What would you eat?

For those of you out there in the land of food allergies and sensitivities, what would be high up on your wish list? I’m starting a food challenge in two weeks and here is

Food Challenge Starting Soon

I went to a new gastroenterologist last week and he wants to conduct an upper endoscopy on me to see if I have Eosinophilic Esophagitis which is a condition where your esophagus develops inflamed rings

Recipe: Gluten-Free Chicken Nuggets

One of my favorite comfort foods is chicken nuggets. No, not the greasy, fast food kinds you can get with all sorts of corn-syrupy dipping sauces. I mean good old fashioned, homemade, delicious, wholesome,

Recipe: White Chocolate, Almond, and Coconut Cookies – gluten-free, nightshade-free, IC-friendly

Since having multiple food limitations make it difficult to find a good, solid, tasty treat, I decided to make up some cookies, based on the standard chocolate chip cookie. However, I wanted to leave

Quesadillas For People Who Can’t Eat Nightshades (or Corn or Gluten)

Who doesn’t love a tasty plateful of Mexican food? Beans, cheese, spices, all wrapped up in a tortilla, and probably a little bit fried? Unfortunately, if your diet requires you limit your nightshades intake