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Travel Around the Globe Gluten Free

Before Lisa Bryan, a certified health coach, food blogger and recipe developer from Los Angeles, was diagnosed with Celiac disease, she had traveled to all seven continents. But that stopped upon her diagnosis. “That fear of the unknown was enough to keep my feet firmly planted for several years,” she says. “I was fearful of communicating my needs in foreign…

Gluten-Free In Italy

Traveling to and eating in Italy is a foodie’s dream. But that might seem like a nightmare to someone with a gluten sensitivity or celiac disease. How could you find anything you can eat in the land of pizza, bread and pasta? A vacation in Italy doesn’t have to mean days of eating only salad dressed with oil and vinegar.…

Roasted Chickpeas

Healthy snacking isn’t easy when you’re traveling—especially when the typical snack fare is limited to greasy potato chips, candy bars, and salted nuts. Although some may give in and buy a bag of Cheetos, this isn't an option for those who are allergic to gluten. Whether you're at the airport, train station, or a rest stop, snack options can be…

Gluten-Free

Living with a food allergy isn’t easy. But even if you follow a strict gluten-free diet, there’s no reason traveling needs to be less fun. As global awareness of gluten allergies continues to rise, an increasing number of travel businesses, including cruise lines, resorts, and airlines, are finding ways to accommodate this common dietary need. And that should make you…

The Inn on Randolph - Laurel Cottage

The Inn on Randolph is a charming home in downtown Napa that was completely renovated by owners Dan and Karen Lynch back in 2012. But the thing that makes it stand out? It’s completely gluten-free. Gluten, which is a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye, is in many of the foods you probably love—from cakes to pasta to even…

The number of people diagnosed with food allergies has exploded in recent years. There are now millions of people who have to be very careful about what they eat. Almost all of them are allergic to the same families of foods; eight foods – milk egg, peanut, tree nuts, fish, shellfish wheat and soy – are responsible for 90 percent…

It’s no secret that a lot of people have switched to a gluten-free diet, whether or not they have Celiac Disease. The benefits are great for many people, but there’s a question that can be a significant obstacle for gluten-free dieters who want to venture beyond the outskirts of town. How do you keep your gluten-free diet when traveling? Most…

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