This food allergy and gut dysbiosis business is serious stuff. That doesn’t mean we can’t have some fun with it, though. When we first started our gluten-free & GAPS journey, we had to be careful about self-deprecating humor. It made people take our needs less seriously. On top of that the kids didn’t really get it – instead of lightening the mood, it made them feel worse. They needed a lot of support in order to feel empowered about their diet.
But I was pleasantly surprised yesterday when I found this parody of allergy-free cooking & Les Misérables and it delighted Kid2.
Seeing as that put him in such a good mood, I dug up this older comedy bit about getting diagnosed as gluten intolerant:
We were in hysterics. Here’s one more for good measure.
If laughter is really the best medicine, I think I’ll be pretty healthy for a while!