|Oct 16, 2008|
Dr. Whitney/Gluten Sensitivity/Thank you!I just wanted to say Thank you for the response to my post from earlier this week.
Risaroo- I seen your blog and I love it! Thanks for putting up the recipes! You are a life saver! I had no idea where to even start looking for recipe ideas.
I hit the whole foods yesterday after work and loaded up with snacks to pack in his lunch for school and after school care. I bought him some ice cream too! He was so happy to be able to have some. We got him some cereal and oat meal as well. I just bought the essentials. Milk, bread, pastas, vitamins, probiotics & snacks to make sure he has safe food to consume at school. Boy was it expensive. I think I am going to invest in a bread man and start making my own bread and rice milk as well!
3blues21pinks- we are from the Dallas area, we live in Carrollton so we see Dr. Whitney in Plano not too far from where we live. I am sure it is the same one because I know she also has an office in Dallas at Medical City? I think one of the other moms on the forum also see her. I LOVE her I think she is the greatest. How was your son's test?
We went in yesterday for an allergy blood panel test and are still waiting results, hopefully tomorrow.
Well off to bed I go it is late and I have work in the morning. Once again thanks for all the support Super Mom's!!
|Oct 16, 2008|
|Where can you buy a Bread MAN? JK but that is what I read at first and I thought I wish I could afford a man to make our bread. LOL! I then quickly realized you meant machine! I'm glad you're finding a bunch of foods that are safe for him and I hope that this makes him feel better fast.|
|Oct 16, 2008|
Picture: This is what happens when you raise a kid on health food and they get ahold of a Coke! Bad mom, that soda is NOT on the reflux diet.
UPDATE: Isaiah is now 12 and off meds! He is doing great, eating again and hopefully will be catching up in the growing department. I am still in the "hoping it sticks" phase, but we're so happy that he's better!
|Thanks...please, seriously, give me a call or an email any time. Bread makers are great, but we don't have one and don't really miss it too much...when you make gluten free bread, you don't have to let it rise, punch it down, let it rise again, knead it etc...you just mix it up, pour it in the pan (yes, pour...it's totally different!) and then let it rise once, then bake it. It never gets as nice and puffy as normal bread, but it's pretty easy and it's way cheaper and much more tasty than the gluten free stuff you buy at a store. If you want, I'll start pulling some recipes and put them together for you...it may take me awhile, but I always want to help out people who are just starting because that first year is tough if you have to start at square one!||Check with your