A wheat-free and milk-free diet for you child may seem challenging, but it has been done and does not have to be hard.
Brianna had to put her child on such a diet. She has a great attitude, and worked out what her son could eat. She wrote the following and I think you’ll find it a good start if you need to put your child on a wheat-free and milk-free diet.
Well I just found out that my 5 year old son has allergies to Wheat and Cow’s Milk. So the little on can not eat a lot of everyday item he is used to Snaking on or let alone eating.
For Breakfast we make Breakfast burritos- meat, eggs, and hot sauce (yes very little).
Lunch- he eats sandwich on tortillas. (Wrap’s) lunch meat, honey mustered tomatoes, lettuces, and etc.
Or chicken strips (grilled) with fries
Or hotdogs with buttered potatoes
Or rice with chicken; buttery sauce veggies
Dinners we have lots of item on are menu- chicken with veggies, and rice.
Or homemade chicken noodle soup
Or turkey meatballs and rice
Or chicken stir fry
Snack- fruit salad
Or milk shake
Don’t stop living just because you’re living with a Disorder. My 5 year would tell you he is fine and he love to eat. So coming up with new ideal for him is no problem. We have fun in the kitchen and were very much involved in are son everyday life. So again live with it or starve get your mind out the gutter because life is too short to worry about what you can have and enjoy what you can have…
Take a breath & enjoy life.
The key is to focus on what is on the ‘yes’ list rather than what is on the ‘no’ list. Also, by making it fun, her child is involved and does not feel that a special diet is a chore.
Note that the above pretty much applies to a gluten free diet as well.