I’ve learned A LOT about ALL kind of different flours, new recipes, and even new foods like Quinoa. But my DH and I were talking this weekend and we are really wondering if it’s making all that much of a difference.
You see, no one in my family has every been ‘officially’ diagnosed with celiac and or gluten intolerance. We just had a few ‘issues’ and after some research, thought we would try this out.
Now I know that I have read MANY times that it can take up to a YEAR to really see a difference or see results, but I don’t know if we’ll last that long. I miss my Cheerio’s.. LOL.
We have seen a boost in energy for all of us and at times when we have TOTALLY blow it and eaten gluten filled products, felt VERY sluggish, but all in all, we’re not seeing what we were hoping to see.
I apologize for being very vague. I’m not trying to hide anything. I just don’t feel the need to spell out what exactly we were having issues with. Every person has been created by God differently, both inside and out, so the gluten free diet may REALLY help some while others just don’t have problems with it.
But don’t count me out yet. We haven’t totally decided to jump the Gluten Free ship yet.
I still have LOTS of Millet flour and Rice flour to use, so I’ll still be trying out different recipes. And even if we do decided to bring gluten back into our diet… we will DEFINITELY be approaching it from a more natural ( unbleached, organic, and or whole grain) type version.
We are eating more and more vegetables and experimenting with new foods, which has been fun. So keep following along. I’ll be sharing a DELICIOUS Quinoa Mexican Salad recipe tomorrow that we ALL LOVED!
How about you? I know some of my readers are or have tried going gluten free – what has been your experience?