Sunday, February 21, 2010


adapting to a diagnosis of fructose intolerance





Not easy when you are talking about the diet of a 7 year old.

In a family of six.


We are going to have to overhaul our whole way of shopping.

Of cooking.




I don't even know where to begin...

9 comments:

Shell said...

Good luck! My younger brother had this and it was hard- just trying to find bread without it was a challenge!

purejoy said...

hmmm. either you become a regular at the health food store or you learn how to make your own bread. and a bunch of other stuff. how did you figure out she had a problem? does she have any other food sensitivities?
hope you get this under control quickly. you're gonna be a real label-reader!

Kmama said...

I'm so sorry.

My oldest son has many, many food allergies, and in the beginning, it was so overwhelming. Try the Whole Foods store. They have people that will help you.

Anonymous said...

good luck to all of you

Maki said...

Oh no... Being a mother of two little girls, I'm fortunate that I don't have to worry about food allergy of any sort. But I know how hard it can get - one of my friend's daughter can't have anything that gluten in it. They tossed everything before they came up with the solution how to make their son happy with the diet...

Hope things work out well for you guys - I know it will!
xoxo

p.s. Thanks so much for stopping by - stay in touch! xoxo

Christina Lee said...

Yikes!!!! so sorry--keep us posted...

Hair Bows & Guitar Picks said...

Good luck...please keep us posted.

I totally love your new header! I need to learn how to do things like that :)

Josey's mom said...

Oh my-another obstacle to ovecome! Go Gina go! BTW LOVE THE BANNER!

mamabear said...

Wow, this sounds like it's going to be very challenging. I was just reading about it on Google, and sounds like you might benefit from talking to a nutritionist. Did the dr recommend one?

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