Be Adventurous

It’s hard to imagine having fun on vacation when you have certain food allergies, but don’t let that stop you from seeing the world. Don’t limit your travels based on where you think you may or may not be able to eat. As more and more people develop gluten allergies, the world is going to have to make adjustments….not you. The environment needs to adapt to the people, so travel wherever your heart desires. Make the destination accommodate to your needs.

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  1. Thanks for this article. I’ve been struggling to find the courage to travel and speak up about my “peculiar” ways of eating.

  2. Italy was the BEST with food. I told the waiter I was gluten intolerant and he brought me out some delicious g-free pasta. Also, the grocery stores have a huge selection of products. Instead of buying clothes, I was buying food while in Italy. Too bad I can’t find many of these products in the States.

    • @jana:

      Also wanted to add that on top of being a celiac sufferer, I am also a soy free vegan. The best food I ever had came from the sous chef while on a cruise. Every meal was prepared exclusively for me!

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