Being gluten-free is challenging enough, but traveling gluten-free puts an extra layer of planning and anxiety onto your travel plans, especially if you are celiacs or suffer from an auto-immune disease.
Label-reading, knowing what ingredients contain gluten and where gluten can hide out are important pieces of the puzzle when you are educating yourself on how to eat gluten-free.
Travel Gluten Free Podcast offers advice on gluten-free options, how to travel gluten-free, how to find gluten-free restaurants and how to be gluten-free. With the right preparation and know-how, you can have a fun and enjoyable vacation adventure with your family and friends without having to worry about what to eat or what restaurants are safe to eat at when you are on a gluten-free diet.
Auto-Immune Diseases and Diet
You may have just been diagnosed with an auto-immune disorder such as Celiacs, Hashimoto's, Lupus or Fibromyalgia. Whichever auto-immune diagnosis you have received, you may have found that many of us with auto-immune disease need to eliminate gluten in order to live a healthy and full life. Gluten is damaging to our bodies as the gluten protein may cause inflammation when gluten interacts with your immune system. When you have been diagnosed with an auto-immune disease, making sure you are eating the correct diet is extremely important to your quality of life. You and your family want to enjoy life and enjoy travel, not have to worry about where you can eat when you are on vacation.