Lets talk about danger.
Matty B + his new soda stream? A little dangerous. He’s disciplined enough that he took it downstairs for a few days, but it has recently made a surprise reappearance. I’m just happy he’s not drinking the straight soda concentrate. You think I’m being overly dramatic? If only…
J Man got some roller skates for his birthday. Kinda dangerous, if you ask me.
See Miss Rae jealously lurking in the background? Also dangerous…
And my danger factor? Dark chocolate, Ann Taylor and Friends reruns could all qualify.
Today my “danger” is bread. On a normal day, bread might be dangerous because I can’t stop eating it. But today, could it have made me sick?
I’m totally not a low carb girl. I think it’s silly. I’m currently experiencing the most horrible headache. I’m not typically a “headachey girl”. You know one of those people, I’m sure. That friend or relative who always has a headache, who’s always so tired, who’s never feeling well. I’m not that girl.
So tonight, as I was popping the Advil, I looked back on my eats for the day, wondering if there might be a connection?
Breakfast was a summer yogurt bowl-
1 container of Chobani, strawberries, grapes, banana and a handful of granola.
Coffee. Yes, caffeinated coffee.
Enter the bread.
Lunch was New Seasons WW bread with 1/4 avocado, 1 TBS roasted red pepper hummus, tomato, cucumber and romaine.
Snacks looked like this…
And this. Note: there used to be hummus in that container. My baby carrots and Miss Rae’s baby fingers took care of that…
And another sandwich for dinner. Roasted Kale chips alongside the same WW bread, panini style with pesto, marinara, portobello mushrooms and sundried tomatoes. This was good. Even better? My whole family ate the kale chips…:)
I drank my normal amount of water. I went to spinning this morning. I got my normal amount of sleep (about 7 hours).
Moral of the story? For me, my meals today had a lot of bread. Could this be the cause of the pounding headache?
And trust me, I’m not at all excited about experimenting with a gluten free diet, but could that be the answer?
Could I be jumping to conclusions? Absolutely. And in retrospect, bread probably isn’t the “danger”. My baby girl? Yeah, she’s danger.
This girl could give bread a run for it’s money in the danger category…
What do you think? Are any of you gluten free? What’s your experience been?