About

Welcome! By day I am an economist. I really enjoy analyzing data and figuring out the implications of various trends. However, every day I manage a number of food sensitivities. For the past few months I have learned much about digestion, nutrients from food, and food substitutes, and am excited to share my findings with you. I also look forward to discussing the ways that you too are incorporating new foods or avoiding old ones from your daily life. We can even talk about the economy too! So I hope you join me on this journey of living with food sensitivities. Come find your sensitive side!

Food sensitivities can come and go over time and can range in their effects. My current food sensitivities include yeast (baker’s and brewer’s), cane sugar, onions and cranberries. The recipes found on my blog have been adapted to manage these restrictions. Even if you do not have sensitivities, you may still want to reduce or eliminate yeast and/or cane sugar from your diet, and I hope you find this blog helpful and supportive in your pursuit.

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Please note, this site is for informational purposes. I am not a medical professional and am not giving medical advice; however, I am sharing my experiences. Please consult a medical professional before making any dietary changes.

2 responses to “About

  1. awesome job….. this site is inspiring and i will forward it on to others in similar predicaments….

  2. And people think I’m crazy when I tell them I’m allergic to cranberries!

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