Hi everyone, We're new here, less than 2 weeks since diagnosis. I went to the grocery store tonight, and I felt a little down as I walked around... I really didn't know what I 'should' buy. We always had a good diet, mostly made-from-scratch meals, muffins, cookies etc, and we already ate a lot of whole grain things. But as I walked around, I was wondering if I can ONLY buy whole grain items now?? For instance we all love sourdough bread - is that something I should only buy once or twice a year now, and stick with all 100% whole wheat? We always bought treats for the kids though, chips, candies, little chocolates. Not every day by any means, but for sure a couple/few times a week they would get treats. Are these out except for rare special occasions? I have Grady's meal plan, and it's very specific to each meal and snack: x carbs, x proteins, x fruits, x fats.. I feel like I'm doing something very wrong if I don't give him entirely healthy foods at every meal. In the 2 weeks since diagnosis, he has only had 2 tiny chocolate christmas eggs, and a digestive cookie twice I think. Is this how I'm supposed to feed him from now on? It seems very sad to skip so many of the 'fun' foods that he used to love.. chocolate covered granola bars, fruit to go (fruit leather), many varieties of cereals, bagels, waffles, virtually all cookies, candy and chocolate... even many kinds of crackers that he used to eat that were white flour. It just seems like he's lost so much of the variety that he used to have.. and he's only 3. I don't want him (or my other two children, aged 8 and 9) to start to feel deprived and different. Any tips on how you handle groceries/treats etc would be most appreciated.