I just got diagnosed with Graves’ disease


I just got diagnosed with Graves’ disease and I need to go on an anti-inflammatory diet, gluten free, dairy free diet. I have NO clue where to start. Does anyone have easy meals for me to make till I can get the hang of what I can and can’t eat. TIA

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Karissa 3 years 0 Answers 1450 views 0

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  1. Google AIP recipes. Pinterest and Google!

  2. There's a book you can get off of amazon that gives you a ton of delicious recipes and even meal plans! It's just called "The Anti-Inflammatory Diet." Everything recipe is super delicious and the meal plans are very convenient!

  3. I am pretty new to all this too. I was told to stay away from night shades , potatoes, tomatoes, , all dairy , except for grass fed butter, ( it's a good fat) , no sugar or articulated sweeteners but could occasionally have honey or maple syrup. Started cooking with avocado or olive oil . & I mainly eat tons of veggies & salads, some fish & lean grass fed beef. Also was told I could have goat cheese occasionally. Keep trying. At least I am down about 10 lbs in the last month.

  4. Hi this was me so lessons I learnt
    Cashew milk is lovely it's one thing that actually tastes ok in tea and coffee.
    If you keep it basic veggies and fish / meat you will be fine. Adjust any recipes to gf flour and sunflower spread you should be ok.
    Happy to answer any questions.
    I'm coeliac and thyroid crap as well. I did dairy free for 6months to help repair my immune system so totally know where you're coming from.
    Marks and Spencer's and Ocado are great for df gf products. Eating out carluccios pizza express are good stables

  5. Paleo. That was my starter. I am still on paleo. I have graves as well.

  6. Cookie sheet dinners. Theyre oven roasted like chicken, geenbean, and red potatoes. Super easy.

  7. Dairy free Keto or Paleo. Tons of recipes on Pinterest

  8. This gal is gluten and dairy free. I've been doing this for 5 weeks and feel great. I've lost almost 20 pounds. The Keto Diet: The Complete Guide to a High-Fat Diet, with More Than 125 Delectable Recipes and 5 Meal Plans to Shed Weight, Heal Your Body, and Regain Confidence https://www.amazon.com/dp/1628600160/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_ry7mAb4E00EPQ

  9. I used a great book called Practical Paleo when I started on all this. It's got plenty of good recipes, but also tons of good information on how to address a variety of health issues with diet, etc.

  10. Cook with turmeric

  11. The easiest way to start is to use whole foods which do not need labeling….base your meals on safe veggies and fruits (canned, fresh, or frozen as long as it is just the veggie or fruit), meats, seafood, nuts, safe non-gluten grains and other starches, legumes if they are allowed (not sure about AIP restrictions). So protein, veggie/fruit, and starch…it makes a meal.
    Then go through your kitchen to determine what you already eat that is safe and what is not.
    For cooking you will want to identify a spread/margarine, oil(s), and spices which are safe and which you like.
    You can slowly add other items after carefully reading labels.

  12. Not sure if you have Instagram but you can check hashtags paleo and you will see great recipes and pictures

  13. Following

  14. Look up paleo recipes, they are naturally grain free/dairy free/sugar free

  15. Prepare the pantry first which makes recipe making so much easier

  16. Arbonne products are gluten and dairy free. They have many different products in their nutrition line including protein shakes. Have a gluten free home bc of kids and tried it. We love it. Actually started selling it for the discount;)

  17. You should join Hashimoto's 411 group. They have an AIP sister group. You can find a lot of recipes online.

  18. I highly recommend Arbonne – vegan Certified -all products. The nutrition line is top notch. Also you can look into the Paleo diet. I just ordered books on the diet and looking forward to seeing the results. I would be more than happy to share that info with you -send you copies of what I have and also share the Arbonne products with you!

  19. I was diagnosed with graves disease and went gluten/dairy free in June, it's getting way easier now. I have veges, apples and nut butter, oatmeal, and have a few squash based bread and pb oat cookies recipes I love. It does get better!!

  20. I would look into the Healthy Living Revolution. Tons of information, recipes and support. http://Www.healthylivingrevolution.com

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