It's been a while that I wanted to start this and finally decided to do it.
Quite a challenge since I am already wheat and lacto intollerant so my diet is already pretty difficult, and given that I am also a 4th year student about to start her last year!
Crazy idea, ahah, I know.
I was wondering if there is any specific (i.e. wheat- and lacto-free) diet on here that I could follow which would guarantee I get the right amount of fibres and diary anyway. Sounds like other previous attempts at diets or my dialy diet may not be good/work for looing weight because of a lack in these.
This would also help me with using the next three months as my detox period before starting to re-integrate wheat and lactose into my diet.
Secondly, I was wondering if you guys think its too much to also try and avoid wheat and lactose completely, whilst dieting and increasing sport activity? I have been avoiding them most of the times in the past years anyway, being intolerant, but I know it would require a lot of will power and was wondering if those of you who have done it before think it's too much of a shock for the body/mind or an important improvement?
Should I maybe do it with just one of the two at a time?
And is there someone on here or any other NHS website that could guide me in reintegrating them?
Or should I ask my GP for support in this? And are they allowed/obligated to do so or should I ask to be referred to a specialist?
Thank you all so much!
And wish me good luck.