Forget teen years, change has come for me now in my 20s. Since I was a little girl and learning about Canada’s Food Guide’s in school, my favourite food group was easily grain products – hands down.
Pasta? Heaping plate, please.
Cereal? Bowl for breakfast, bowl for after school, and bowl for an after dinner snack. Why not?
Bread? It could be as part of a sandwich or just on its own. Buttered or unbuttered. I didn’t care.
And now I can’t touch this stuff with a 10-foot breadstick.
I’ve been living gluten free for months now and while I’ve gotten the gist of it under control, I’m still learning and adapting. So, in an effort to learn more, I have decided to chronicle my G.I. journey in this blog. From recipe experimentation and gluten free product reviews to venting about eating out and lamenting the needs of my too-sensitive stomach, I’ll explore what it’s like living on the other side.
A couple things…
I’m not a nutritionist or ‘expert’ by any means. I’m sharing my experiences in hopes of learning more, and I also hope to gain insight from followers and commenters. That said, your comments are welcome, but only respectful ones will be accepted. Thanks and enjoy 🙂