No anaphylaxis for the past 70 days. No that’s something to celebrate, I have been able to breathe, think clearly, had more energy and enjoy being with my family without being in hospital. Like when you have a bee sting and a reaction the chances of getting another is viable. When you have an anaphylaxis your chances of having another increases. As I have had 13 anaphylaxis my body has gone from a chance to being an acute chance of reacting to anything I digest or body products I use. Fun stuff hey! Life is a challenge for the soul.
The Comprehensive Elimination Diet is a dietary program designed to clear
the body of foods and chemicals to which you may be allergic or sensitive.
I have tried to reintroduce new foods into my diet without any success. I now having a fortnightly chats with my Dietician and log my eating and symptoms daily. This has taken a bit out of me as I have to graph how my life is tracked. It will not get the better of my as I have a bounce back attitude. So what have I learnt about my new journey. Don’t ever take a little stress here and there not to build up and go pow. I have never had any allergies all my life lived in the country and been out in the bush with nature. I grew up in a family where you ate what was on your plate. To go from healthy eating anything to a low diet of not a lot, has been a journey not of my choosing.
My new challenge is to stay on this diet through Christmas.
theses are your ingredient’s: All gluten free rice flour
Potato, Chicken, Fish, Lamb, cashews, rice, lactose free cheese, leeks, parsley, butter, plain yoghurt, cabbage, celery, lettuce, oats, cauliflower, scallops, pears. Drinks Water.
That’s my list, see if you can add any recipes?
Chicken & Leek risotto
Chicken and Leek soap
Lamb & vegies
Chicken & Vegies
Fish & Vegies
Scallops & pears.
Whole pear cake
Potato bake & Cauliflower cheese
Waiting for your recipes to tantalise the taste buds.
Bye for now