Day 3 Gluten Free

So today is day three of gluten free living.
Thank God I can have dairy.
I’m writing what I ate today in case someone is starting and wondering what to eat or someone sees something I shouldn’t be eating.

I never eat breakfast.

Hard boiled egg
Sliced apple and peanut butter


Gluten free pizza
Iced tea

So far so good.

For dessert I eat some peanut butter and nutella. Yum!

Anyone want to offer advice?

PS: I’ll post that picture soon.



About goplayintraffic

My Blog, which began as a mommy blog and turned into a writing website,, is the product of my years of being home with my children and trying to find ways to keep myself sane. I have always had this feeling, coming from a single mother, that I have to contribute financially and that I have to be able to take care of myself and my children. having been married, being a NYC school teacher, having four children, living in Newtown, CT and trying to find a way to get through each day with a smile has always been something I've strived for. My stories, articles and poems will do a lot of things but mostly make you feel. I think that is what is so wonderful about having the ability to write. I have been given the gift of taking my emotions and transferring them to written word. Once that is done, I can share those words with others who may feel better, maybe just for a moment, but better nonetheless having read my words. I am glad you are here and hope you will stay:)
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4 Responses to Day 3 Gluten Free

  1. tammywaggs says:

    I’ve been Gluten-Free for a year and a few weeks. If I were I would start reading and getting into the Celiac community. I read Hasselbeck’s book G-Free Diet and it was really helpful. It had lists that were really helpful especially the hidden gluten like blue cheese and soy sauce.
    Your journey is a long and bumpy one, just get used to reading every label. The first time I went grocery shopping I got really upset and depressed because it took hours to ready every label and most of what I loved had gluten in it.
    You will make mistakes but get used to it. They are painful ones but you will be sure not to make them again. When you go out to eat ask lots of questions. My friends and sister think that me asking question makes me a bitch but really I just don’t want to be sick.
    Friends are especially helpful. I had some that I could text or call when I had questions. Once you get the hang of it, it will seem like you’ve been doing it forever and you will feel so much better. Going gluten-free sucks but it is totally worth it.
    Good luck.

  2. SStitches says:

    I wouldn’t usually just stick a link to my page somewhere, but I’ve compiled some gluten-free facts from experience and research on my blog. I was diagnosed Celiac two years ago, and the first couple of weeks were really, REALLY hard for me. If you want some tips, check it out (in the sidebar): Good luck!!!

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