Wheat allergies and reintroducing food

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  1. wahine

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    I have been reading the pink booklet, and looking forward to moving up the plans (in good time ofcourse).

    But i am a little concerned that most of the recipes provided include wheat products like bread and pasta, but I am allergic to it. I am not sure it would just be okay to just switch with wheat free versions, as these are usually a lot higher in calories (plus can be very expensive!)

    Has anybody else had this dilemma or can suggest solutions?

    Thanks :eek:
     
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  3. Time4ME

    Time4ME MUST get a grip

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    My son is a coeliac - he's only 9.... Why not try rice as an alternative and potatoes.
    I know the cost of GF products is bloody astronmical - so appreciate where your coming from.
    My son loves rice crispies/corn flakes etc as breakfast alternatives, along with bacon and bloody egg...

    I didnt realise there was a huge difference in calories but thats probably because its not me eating it....

    Can you not pay an annual prescription costs and have unlimited supplies of prescription available products????
     
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