Gluten – You are my enemy, I think

We spent 5 days in NYC, eating and drinking our way through the city.  I did what I knew I shouldn’t do and ate whatever I wanted to – the justification being that “I’m on vacation!!  It’s NYC!  I should take advantage!”

As a result, I went from 128 to 131.6.  I’m ok with being 131.6, but I’m not OK with feeling bad from eating all the not-good-for-me food. So, to get back on the wagon again, in August I have 2 goals:

1.  Eat breakfast and supper at home every day.

2.  Absolutely no gluten.  No beer, no mysterious dressings, no ice cream.  Nothing.  No gluten.  I’m going to try to cut it out completely and see how my allergies are affected.

Wish us luck!


About Hlo

I love to read, learn, cook, eat, write, draw, and walk. I am finishing up my schooling as a neurosomatic therapist and look forward to integrating my interests in the body, mind, spirit, movement into a therapeutic modality that helps people fall in love with their bodies and find joy in living well, simply, and with ease.
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2 Responses to Gluten – You are my enemy, I think

  1. Laura says:

    If you want a great alternative to ice cream freeze banana chunks and when the cravings hit toss the chunks in a blender with a variety of choices – frozen berries, a little vanilla extract, cocoa powder, etc. Most of the time I can’t even taste the banana and it the perfect “ice cream” alternative! This is how I get away with feeding Kayden “ice cream” for breakfast. 😉

  2. hlofromcello says:

    That’s a great idea – thanks, Laura!

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