From VeryWell Health – VeryWell Health’s “How To Identify Gluten On Food Labels” article. Very good basic info. Still be cautious of cross-contamination and ingredients that you are unsure of.
My summer began with a scheduled trip to Nashville TN for a faith-based conference on body image and eating issues, Hungry for Hope. This *would* have been my 4th year in attendance, except that the kidney stones that had been plaguing me for 5 months decided to cause problems and my trip was cancel, surgery scheduled instead.
Between kidney stones, braces, and general stress related to family, my weight dropped and I am trying to stabilize. This is a daily challenge, as is the challenge of continuing to eat GF.
It has been ONE YEAR! And it is fantastic! Clearer head, depression pretty much gone, even with the issues mentioned above, I feel great! Productivity uP, I’m getting work done!
I’m taking a vacation and will bring back pictures and stories from far away. I’m hoping that I’ll have lots to share about GF eating while I travel. No internet or phone service (too expensive) so will sign out and be back after my trip.
Yesterday was January 1st and I celebrated with my favorite gluten-free meal- soft tacos, this time fish (Swai) that my husband barbecued. We regularly go to a local taqueria for Mexican food (Super Taqueria); my husband and son get burritos and because they are with flour tortillas, I get the soft tacos with corn tortillas, so I’m not feeling left out. And Mexican food seems to be the easiest to find gluten-free. I’ve found that this is my staple- soft tacos or anything that can be made with corn tortillas, even pizza.