HI everyone! I went to the dr. yesterday and he said to go to a gluten-free diet for several problems I'm having. As if giving up smoking wasn't hard enough now I have to give up food! Yes it's healthy, and yes there a lots of good things to eat BUT it's hard to know what some foods have in them that's actually a wheat derivative. Anyone know what "food starch" contains?
I feel like I've bled my life out having to give up more of the things I like or that I'm the baby that had all her candy taken away. It's not the worst thing ever, it'll just take a while to get used to, just like not smoking did (and still does).
Anyhow my question is really: How do you eat when you're travelling? Three of us are headed to a huge metal concert this weekend and will be traveling and staying in a hotel w/ no cooking appliances. We will have to eat out but I can bring my protein bars and shakes to help out. I can't take food into the grounds of the concert so I will probably not eat all day (and night) unless someone can tell me what types of foods from vendors I might be able to eat. WE LEAVE TOMORROW so a quick response would be much appreciated!