If you have no medical reason to avoid gluten and you still choose to, then there’s a good chance you are a masochist. While else would you choose to pass up on pizza, bagels, croissants, baguettes, cookies, pasta…? Ugh just thinking about all that yummy food breaks my heart.
Has this ever happened to you? You’ve got the travel destination, documentation and the perfect outfits picked out but you’re still a total mess stressing about managing your dietary restrictions. Lose the anxiety and avoid being a total buzzkill to your travel companion(s) with these 6 useful gluten free travel tips.
I’ve been living a gluten free lifestyle for over 10 years and while it does get easier over time it will always take discipline, planning and due diligence. Throughout my journey I’ve made all sorts of mistakes and I’m so happy to have a platform to be able to share the lessons I’ve learned along the way. Let my experiences help you avoid these common mistakes made by those that are learning to live gluten free.
It’s a common gluten free dilemma…you’re at the store and you are trying to determine if the jar of honey roasted peanuts you are about to purchase is gluten free. Some may not even think twice about the gluten free status of the peanuts but gluten is one sneaky s.o.b.! Which is why it’s so crucial to check packaging labels and understand what it is you are eating. Don’t worry though, with these 4 fool proof tips you can avoid gluten like a pro:
When I was diagnosed with Celiac one of the hardest parts to master was understanding what gluten was and where it could be found. In particular I found myself confused about whether wheat free also meant gluten free. If you’ve also been confused about this, here’s what you need to keep in mind.