Any one diagnosed gone gluten and dairy free?

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Hello all you lovley people.

So those who have read my recent posts.

I recently been diagnosed sarc of the lymth nodes around heart and in my lungs.

Question is have any of you gone gluten/dairy free

I have decided to give it a try but finding it really hard to find any food i actually like.

Not only that ..this alternative to milk business. Vile.

Why cant i find one that actually tastes simular to milk. I know they say it my taste will adapt. But even a sip makes me gag!

Last but not least. Have any of you who have tried it felt like it has helped. 1st week and i already feel like caving!!!! Haha!!! Go me and my very crap will power x

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    Hi

    Yes, I have found that if I go dairy free it helps to settle my stomach.

    I used soy milk and almond milk. Do not drink these expecting them to taste the same as milk as they are not milk. Drink expecting it to be a new taste and you will enjoy more.

    Also recently went of bread (gluten) mainly for weight reduction which worked well.

    When I stopped doing this the weight came back on, so I am back to no bread or carbs hoping for a better me.

    Regards

    Tangles

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      If you go dairy free???

      The soya and almond milk even if someone else drinks it would nake me feel sick its actually vile i think if i am to go dairy free will have to just loose the milk all together!

      Bread is my downfall but im eating gluten free bread and butter so thats a start a suppose! I cant cut it out as im struggling with this gluten& dairy free diet as it is lol.

      Toast for breakfast sandwhiches for lunch. And a proper meal for tea. And when i work evenings i do 4 evenings a week 4-10.30 i get a 20 min break so end up with a quick sandwhich for tea lol xxxx

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      Hi

      I only use soya and almond milk in my breakfast cereals. Not drinking a glass full. We have A2 milk with is lactose free in Australia. This might give you the real taste of milk without the stomach issues.

      Hard to avoid bread in modern life...try adding fresh fruit to your diet this might replace some of the bread

      Regards 

      Tangles

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    Hello.  I have not tried to go gluten free.  Its a good idea.  I have looked up foods that are anti-inflammatory and I'm trying to incorporate them into my diet.  Good luck to you, wishing better health!

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