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Messa
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meat and vegetables

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Lots of soups are gluten free and very healing, especially, bone broth from meat or chicken. Add lots of veggies and glten free pasta and you have a great meal.

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Think of all the whole foods that you like and also try some new ones.

Then think of ways to use these foods in recipes such as soups, like Gael mentioned.

Go to the grocery store and spend a lot of time in the fresh produce aisle getting things like fresh sweet potatoes, broccoli, asparagus, etc.

Also, quinoa, and nuts such as almonds and walnuts that are not roasted in oils.

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Silver often talks about the "nothing" diet. Green beans and water, but now you can't hardly trust the green beans or the water!

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Is organic honey o.k. for salad dressing?
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RDAY.. not if you have yeast.

use lemon and olive oil

Messa.. I buy organic brazil nuts and walnuts from the health food store. You may find them online too. I use the NOW brand.

I love quinoa and I saute onions, carrots, and celery (all organic) then fix the quinoa in a pan and add to the vegetables. Very delicious and you can even eat it cold on top of a salad. You don't even need salad dressing then!

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Most foods at Farmers' Markets.

Get to know garden herbs and all the spices of the world, too. These are life enrichers.
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Thank you everyone! These are great suggestions! Now to try and not eat the same thing everyday 😊
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I eat this diet with some plain greek yogurt. I know you can't do the yogurt, but here are some things I eat.

Stir fried cabbage and browned hamburger mixed together.

Grilled fish on the BBQ and a salad with lemon juice

Sauteed carrots in olive oil and BBQ hamburger on the grill

Blended cooked cauliflower mixed with browned hamburger

Roasted chicken with green beans that have onions and a bit of bacon cooked with it

Scrambled eggs and whatever veggies I want with it

Homemade guacamole eaten with diagonal sliced carrots

Coconut custard made with coconut milk and eggs, stevia, cinnamon.

Almond butter and celery

Roasted turkey leg with broccoli

Roasted brussel sprouts cooked in olive oil and salt, plus some type of meat

Salmon on the grill with lemon sprinkled on it
and a salad and veggie

Wish others would post meals too. I run out of ideas to rotate so fall in the rut of eating basically the same things.

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That is quite a list. But it basically is what we have to avoid in our house.

Do you cook from scratch? That is what is needed when we have so many allergies.

When I shop the grocery store I basically stick to the outside isle, the circumference. There you will find fruits, vegetables, meats. The inside isles have all of the allergen rich foods.

So as not to get bored with our meals, I do a lot of perusing online looking at blogs and forums for specific food allergies. Paleo diet blogs tend to be gluten-free, dairy free.

I recently bought Dr. Mark Hyman's new book, The Blood Sugar Solution. His recipes have lots of flavor and easy to make (relatively) and don't have a lot of ingredients that are contaminated with allergens.

I always ask my local library to obtain a cookbook through their inter-library loan program. That way I can look at it before I buy.

When it comes to food allergies it requires a lot of label reading. Recently corn-free has become a little easier and you can actually see "No High Fructose Corn Syrup" right on the label. But you still need to make sure there is no corn starch used in the product.

One of the hardest will be soy. I can find a product that is corn-free, gluten-free but will have soy in it.

This forum has a lot of people who are allergic to corn but also have other allergies. You may find it helpful:

http://forums.delphiforums.com/n/main.asp?webtag=AvoidingCorn&nav=start&prettyurl=%2FAvoidingCorn&gid=2003906189

It recently split off so here is the new forum: http://avoidingcorn.com/forum/index.php

I find her blog has good recipes and she also has listed other blogs that she likes that are similar. http://www.elanaspantry.com/

Hope this helps,
Karen

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Thank you guys! Great information. I also need to gain some weight. I would even settle to be able to maintain my weight.

I am mainly losing weight because I'm sick but the diet makes it worse.

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Cozy.. tell us more about the cauliflower and hamburger!

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