Traveling Gluten Free and Celiac Safe on a Cruise Ship
Many people are surprised when they ask me which mode of travel is easiest to plan when you're Celiac - because it's cruising! It seems counter-intuitive, but cruising is really the easiest form of transportation to take if you have Celiac disease or another food allergy.
Especially if you're new to Celiac disease or gluten-free, and you don't want to worry about food safety, I recommend cruising. The staff on cruises are extraordinarily service-oriented, and the chefs are very knowledgeable about their food and menus. I've never been sick on any cruises I've taken, and I eat more food on a cruise than on any other type of vacation!
Why Cruises are the Easiest Vacation to Take if You Have Celiac Disease
Since the staff is super knowledgeable about what is and isn't in their food, they can quickly and safely tell you what you can and cannot eat. I have over a dozen foods that I can't eat, and I've been able to eat well on every cruise I've taken.
Gluten free Getaway in Mexico
The Ultimate Gluten Free Getaway!
Are you ready for the ultimate gluten-free getaway vacation? Are you ready to leave the worry and hassle of your daily life behind and enjoy amazing gluten-free food at one of the most beautiful resorts in Mexico?
Then join Ellen from Gluten Free Vacations, and myself as we offer the best that Mexico has to offer! We will be traveling to the Riviera Maya for a gluten-free getaway like you’ve never seen before.
What Is Gluten, and What Does It Mean to Be Gluten Free and Celiac Safe?
people have no problem with this, but some bodies can’t handle it—research suggests that the lining of their small intestine is too permeable. This results in the gluten seeping through the lining and winding up in the bloodstream, causing inflammation. This inability to digest gluten impacts people with gluten sensitivity and people with Celiac disease, an autoimmune response to ingesting gluten.
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