Daily food

As the list of food triggers is quite extensive and can feel a little overbearing below is a list of foods that can be eaten for each meal: the more fruit and vegetables the better – especially vegetables !

Remember the idea is to eat as healthy as you can, giving your body as many vitamins and minerals as possible – this also means your not putting triggers into your body

Drink plenty of water to keep your skin hydrated

Breakfast

Plain cereals such as ( a lot of cereals contain flavoring) – Corn flakes, Rice Krispies, plain Porridge Oats, Muesli, Weetabix – to be had with a non-dairy milk alternative

Non-dairy milk alternative – soya, rice, almond or coconut

Breakfast smoothie – non-dairy milk, banana, muesli, peanut butter & honey

Fruit – Banana, apple, grapes and melon

Toast with honey, peanut butter, avocado (no butter or margarine)

Bacon, beans, mushroom , fried tomato & eggs

Scrambled/poached eggs and salmon

A none dairy milk alternative to be used with your coffee – although coffee is known to dry out the skin

Lunch

Salad with meat topping (no mayo or diary dressings) – try avocado for extra moisture

Sandwiches, wraps or baguettes (no butter or margarine)

Fresh fruit and vegetables Smoothies – apple, kale, spinach, banana, lemon

Jacket potato with beans, bolognese, chilli-con-carne

Pasta with non-dairy sauce

Noodles (check for artificial flavorings)

Paninis (non-dairy)

Dinner

Spaghetti Bolognese

Roast dinner (without gravy as it has artificial flavours in, traditional gravy made from the fat of the roast is good to go)

Meat, potatoes and vegetables (the more vegetable the better)

Shepherds pie (no cheese)

Chicken casserole

Chili con carne

Mince and potatoes

Chicken curry using a none dairy sauce

Any type of fish

Snacks

Mixed Nuts & Raisins

Fruit with peanut butter

Hummus and raw vegetable (e.g. carrots, celery, cucumber)

Soya Yogurts

Non Dairy Biscuits (watch out for a high sugar content)

Plain or salted crisps

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